January 23, 2013 - 1:38pm
BODY WORLDS Vital at Kentucky Science Center opened last week and runs until May. Preserved human specimens in various states of health and disease show how positive eating habits and exercise routines lead to improved health. Members get access to the exhibit plus permanent exhibits for $10/adult and $5/child; non-members will pay $20/adult and $15/child.
On January 20, The Kentucky Science Center (formerly Louisville Science Center) launched a new special exhibit that will run until May 19, 2013: BODY WORLDS Vital, an in-depth exploration of the human body and how our dietary and health choices affect our intricate physiological system.The...
July 29, 2012 - 7:04pm
Reflective lecture kicks off photographic exhibit
Chances are, most of our readers are too young to remember the 1937 Ohio River flood, but the catastrophic rains that began on a late-January Sunday 75 years ago remain an indelible part of the area’s cultural memory. On a relatively dry Thursday, January 26, however, historian Robert Reid...
July 29, 2012 - 7:00pm
Opening reception for art show Bridges over Bearno's is this Friday at Bearno's by the Bridge at 9 p.m.
Not all art is displayed at high dollar galleries in the Nulu District. Some of it is found on the walls of local restaurants.Kelly and Andy Cook have been curators for art at local restaurants like Bearnos by the Bridge, Monkey Wrench, and Bodega at Felice.
July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
'Dump Sites' photos of murderers' disposal spots, lecture highlighted
“Vanishing Point,” the second Bellarmine Photography Invitational exhibit featuring work by Stephen Chalmers, Letitia Quesenberry, Geoffrey Carr and Eric Sung, begins this coming Friday, October 14. Louisville native Chalmers will discuss his series “Dump Sites,” images of...
July 29, 2012 - 7:00pm
A fully recreated corner store at the Idea Festival gives a humorous but depressing and scatalogical view on the American urban corner store. View a slideshow of the exhibit.
Upon first entering Idea Festival, one can't help but notice a yellow structure. I walked in and thought "That's new and strange; Idea Festival has added fair food." I thought it was a food vendor due to the "Tamales" sign at the top of the structure. Upon...