October 19, 2012 - 4:49pm
The Wild and Woolly Film Series presents 'Don't Look Now' [Movies]
See the classic and controversial psychological thriller at the Clifton Center.
Several months ago, a friend told me a myth about Eastern Cemetery: supposedly if you go at night and listen, you can hear the sound of babies crying. There is a supposed witch buried in the graveyard who takes care of the souls of infants and children. It was late and the cemetery was locked up,...
September 23, 2012 - 8:00am
Park(ing) Day 502 - 2012 Edition [Neighborhoods]
For one day in late September, metered parking spaces in Downtown Louisville would be transformed into miniaturized parks, each one illustrating aspects of the city's personality. If you missed any of Park(ing) Day 502 2012, then this recap is for you.
The 2012 edition of Park(ing) Day 502 featured several parking spaces in Downtown Louisville and NuLu, as well as three spaces in Clifton Center, the Highlands and the University of Louisville, each transformed into an ephemeral public park where visitors could take part in activities such as 15-...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Taste of Frankfort Avenue brings the best of the best to the Clifton Center
Veni, vidi, edi. “I came, I saw, I ate.”
It was a record-breaking crowd at Sunday evening’s Taste of Frankfort Avenue. For this, the 20th anniversary of the event, which is a fundraiser for the Clifton Center, twenty-one Frankfort Avenue area restaurants brought some of their best dishes to the table for the public to sample....
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Taste of Frankfort Avenue this weekend
Food, drinks, music and silence are all coming your way.
Before the Taste of Derby and the Taste of Derby Festival, and long before the acclaimed Taste of Bullitt County, there was the Taste of Frankfort Avenue.Celebrating its 20th year of bringing delightful delectables to Louisvillians, The Taste of Frankfort Avenue again descends on the Clifton Center...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Wild and Woolly film Series presents 'King Creole' [Movies]
The Wild and Woolly film series at the Clifton Center concludes with Elvis' favorite of his 31 films.
Last week we discussed The Beatles and the fanaticism surrounding them and their music. Today, we turn our attention to another musical icon: Elvis Presley. He is apparently a big deal. His impact on music is incredible and so on and so forth; whatever – I don't get it. I've never...