August 20, 2014 - 7:30am
Yes, dang it, it is hot enough for me.
If you came to the conclusion that this summer has been extremely hot in Louisville, you now have empirical evidence to back you up.
March 22, 2013 - 9:00am
Turn your lights off this weekend in tandem with millions of others to bring attention to the environment and sustainability issues.
This Saturday, March 23, at 8:30 p.m., millions of like-minded people around the world will participate in Earth Hour. Started by the World Wildlife Fund, Earth Hour is one hour that on the same day everyone turns off their lights in order to focus on protecting the environment, conserving...
February 21, 2013 - 11:00am
Polar bears are fearsome, large and let's face it, pretty darn cute. Celebrate this arctic animal royalty by learning about the dangers they are face with current climate changes.
When I was little, one of the first mind-blowing pieces of trivia I learned was that polar bears didn’t really have white fur but instead had transparent fur. I thought that was the coolest thing I had ever heard.I still, in fact, find it pretty fascinating.During family trips to the...
October 16, 2012 - 6:32pm
Horses...bourbon...basketball....and polar bears? Yep.
This past year, my son and I treated ourselves to a family membership to the Louisville Zoo and let me say, we were not disappointed. Being able to visit the zoo a couple of times a week, the extended summer hours, the water play area, the animatronic dinosaurs they had there this past summer...
September 3, 2012 - 10:00am
Feeling the call of your inner soothsayer? Get a heads up on the near future with the new Louisville Library series ‘What’s Next’. Join University of Louisville professor Dr. Keith Mountain for a look at the landscape of climate change this Thursday, September 6th, at 7pm at the Library’s Main branch.
Weather happens. Like, every day and stuff. For those of us who call Louisville home base – I’m assuming 99.9% of my most-likely-very-minute readership – the local climatic horizon is a cornucopia of absurd patterns and twisted seasons. Natives seem to enjoy...