August 31, 2012 - 11:53am
Wooded Words: 21st Century Parks brings a new landscape to Carmichael’s
Local writer, Dianne Aprile, presents the new look book, ‘A Landscape and Its Legacy: The Parklands of Floyd’s Fork’ celebrating Louisville’s greenest and greatest natural city spaces. Catch her at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Saturday, September 1st, at 4pm.
I am a city girl.  Sort of.  I am a city girl in the same way that the squirrels living my 100+ year-old Bradford Pear are city squirrels.  I am a physical denizen of concrete and metal and brick and glass and asphalt.  The whole shebang of sirens, disembodied human chatter and...
January 5, 2012 - 10:43pm
Good Old Millard Fillmore
President Obama would be well advised to emulate President Fillmore’s many virtues; not the least of which was his humility.
Next Saturday, as every schoolboy knows, is when we celebrate the birthday of President Millard Fillmore, who, but for his untimely death, would be 212 years old on that day.
October 19, 2011 - 4:34pm
Hillerich & Bradsby factory and museum
More than half of major league baseball players use Louisville Slugger, and our Hillerich & Bradsby bats have been used in every World Series since 1903.
The first game of baseball’s World Series will be played tonight in St. Louis, but the players on the Texas Rangers and Saint Louis Cardinals teams will all be using Louisville Slugger baseball bats, made right here on Main Street.  More than half of major league baseball players use...
May 31, 2011 - 12:00pm
by Lou
Being of reasonably sound mind, and as susceptible to a John Wayne moment as the next guy, I find there are days when I actually feel the urge to run for high political office.
This article appears in the May 2011 issue of LouisvilleMagazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.Being of reasonably sound mind, and as susceptible to a John Wayne moment as the next guy, I find there are days when I actually feel the urge to run for high political office. 
August 13, 2012 - 4:09pm
by Lou
The whole anti-creationist argument might be best summed up by A.A. Gill, a London Sunday Times critic who said of the Creation Museum, “This place doesn’t just take on evolution; it squares off with geology, anthropology, paleontology, history, chemistry, astronomy, zoology, biology and good taste.
Recent word that cash-strapped and sin-plagued Kentucky could hit the trifecta in biblical theme parks is good news indeed, although at first blush, any consideration given to constructing a 100-foot Tower of Babel outside of Frankfort does seems a little irreligious.Yet the details as we know them...