June 26, 2013 - 8:38pm
Quench your thirst for history at the Louisville Water Company's Walking Wednesdays at the Crescent Hill Reservoir.
I often walk around the Crescent Hill Reservoir with my son on nice evenings and am just in love with the gothic architecture of the gatehouse.
January 15, 2013 - 1:34pm
An Old Louisville homeowner and resident of the oh-so-lovely Belgravia Court, Shawn Fields Williams takes readers on a walking tour of Old Louisville’s finest walking court with her book ‘Belgravia Court’. And, why yes, there IS a picture of my balcony inside – thanks for noticing.
In the summer it’s the crickets – the resounding, creaky folk music they make at night; you won’t notice it until you’re finally all by yourself on the porch. The buzz is enveloping because the houses are tall and close together. You need to come up for air from...
September 24, 2012 - 11:19am
Because you’re really never too old for a good picture book. Join homeowners and art collectors Leonard and Adele Leight, as well as photographer Ted Wathen and author Peter Morrin for a special signing of their new book ‘The Leight House’ at Carmichael’s Bookstore Friday, September 28th at 7pm.
A wall is an interesting concept. It provides function, yes, obviously, but outside of its protective role as a barrier to the dangers of the world, it serves the high purpose of acting canvas. We often bare our person in our homes, nailing sentiment and soul into plaster and drywall...
September 20, 2011 - 10:45am
Bones...when someone thinks of bones, they think of the human skeleton. I automatically think of the song my grandmother taught me when I was a little girl; The ankle bone connected to the shin bone, shin bone connected to the knee bone, knee bone connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone connected to the hip bone and you go all the way up until you connect the neck bone to the head bone. The rest of the song talks about tripping over shoelaces and being a fool.The Bones on exhibit at the Arts Council of Southern Indiana, Pat Harrison Arts Center had nothing to do with the human bones or that song...however I'm sure that Mary; the resident ghost (so the story is told) also sung that song to her children and grandchildren.
The stones of Kimberly Carroll Raber’s carvings are made of alabaster, soapstone, and Italian alabaster. She considers them, “the bones of the earth. ” Her carvings are, in her own words… my meditation and a metaphor for my life. She says; “Carving stone is:...
July 29, 2012 - 7:59pm
Mayor Fischer admitted that there was still plenty of hope that the project could still be built, and his tone indicated that the project is anything but dead in the water.
On a WFPL news special, Louisville's Mayor Greg Fischer took questions from listeners on all things Louisville.I called in to ask him about the Museum Plaza project.