July 29, 2012 - 8:06pm
Clyde Crews' "Crossings: Historical Journeys near Louisville's Merton Square" provides nice snapshots of our city's history. Not a reader? No sweat. The book will also look great on your coffee table.
Downtown Louisville's Merton Square is at the intersection of Fourth and Walnut streets, and it's where, in 1958, the well-known Trappist monk Thomas Merton — who spent some time in Louisville — says he was struck with a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of all people. Whoa. That's deep...