July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
by sservo
Come join us for our regularly scheduled socials every 2nd Wednesday of the month. This month we will be at Sway (aka southern way) – a brand new southern-style farm to fork restaurant located in newly renovated Hyatt, on 4th street between Jefferson and Liberty. Sway is a sleek, modern space that...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
5k race that will make you feel like an action hero!
 If films imitate life then what are recent blockbusters like The Avengers, Prometheus and The Hunger Games trying to convey about the world we live in? Answer: Be ready to defend yourself. That’s where training comes in and what better way to see if you’ve got the goods than a fun...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Former Ear-X-Tacy buying manager Matt Anthony opens shop in Tim Faullkner Buildi
WFPK radio personality and former ear X-tacy buying manager Matt Anthony began his lifelong love affair with music while living in Italy at a young age. He produces and hosts two radio shows, DJs at live events, and has opened his own record store in the newly opened Tim Faulkner Building.
He's got six tattoos, a room full of records, and a heck of a background story. Matt Anthony is one hip guy with class to spare. He's a WFPK radio personality, painter, writer, former ear-X-tacy buying manager and is now the owner of one of the newest small record shops in town. Matt...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Monsters, mayhem, and Mischief: Fright Night in review [Movies]
The Galt House hosted this year's Fright Night Film & Fandom Fest, the country's largest genre-specific film festival.
The sun beat down on Louisville last Friday with a vengeance. The city burned like a moist oven, even in the evening. Although the wisest thing to do was to dress as lightly as possible, it was a different story at the Galt House Hotel downtown. There I witnessed people in capes or cloaks, dressed...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Windchaser Pictures presents a pitch contest at this weekend's Fright Night Film
Made a film? Check out the Windchaser Pictures booth at the Fright Night Film Fest for a chance to win a private consultation with distribution guru Jerome Courshon.
So, you've made a movie. It was a lot of work, I'm sure. You had to write the script and hone it to perfection. You had to get together actors and a film crew, then you had to coordinate schedules, followed by long days of shooting. When that's all done, you had to take all those hours...