July 7, 2014 - 9:32am
Portland’s something of a buzzword in Louisville these days. It seems like everyone who's anyone is headed to the old port city. WHAS11 reported in May 2013 that Portland could be Louisville’s next BIG housing district - and I’ve heard rumors that you can propose a development plan and get a lot there for $500. As Ashlie Stevens said in a recent article for WFPL that was cited in Planetizen, “Change is coming to Louisville’s Portland Neighborhood, like it or not.” So what's up with Portland, anyway?...
Portland’s something of a buzzword in Louisville these days.
October 16, 2012 - 10:40am
Locally produced film '2nd Serve' premieres tonight at the Brown Theater [Movies
Everybody gets one.
Americans love underdog stories. Hell, the very formation of our country is touted as just such a thing – the ragtag group of under-prepared misfits squaring off against the organized and sinister Redcoats and emerging triumphant despite all the odds. This is 'Murica, dammit! We're...
September 13, 2012 - 9:44am
The Louisville Film Society presents the water documentary 'Flow: For Love of Wa
The horrors of the corporate takeover of water exposed tonight at the Dreamland Film Center.
It is said that our children are our most precious resource. While it's a nice analogy, I would posit that our most precious resource is actually: water. It covers most of the world and makes up most of our bodies. A person can go a long time without food, but take away water, and you are dead...