July 29, 2012 - 7:56pm
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears bring old-school blues and funk to Headliners this Thursday night, July 19.
Joe Lewis and his band the Honeybears have played in front of Barack Obama and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, but even if you don't care for either of these high-profile fans, not to worry, they've brought their old-school blues and funk to plenty of other appreciative folks, whose party...
June 12, 2012 - 9:41am
Fourth Annual Flyover Film Festival wrap up [Movies]
Through an impressive array of movies, the Louisville Film Society gave Louisville film lovers a great weekend. I find it all the more satisfying in that I have not yet been lynched for my reviews.
And so, I bring my coverage of the fourth annual Flyover Film Festival to a close. After 22-plus hours in theaters, 12 articles, and 16 film reviews, I cannot stop trying to find subtlety and depth in everything around me. The four-day Festival came and went in a blur of squeaky seats, torn...
June 10, 2012 - 7:26pm
While not truly a standard comedy, The Comedy can be seen as an exploration on the trappings of modern attitudes, if you're into that sort of thing. WHICH I TOTALLY AM.
 The Flyover Film Festival advertised The Comedy with stories of outraged people fleeing the theater at Sundance. While I knew that the film starred Tim Heidecker, of Tim and Eric fame, and could certainly see the level of infamous offense he could cause, I did not exactly know what to expect...
June 10, 2012 - 9:46am
The 1927 silent film by Louisville native Tod Browning, The Unknown, was given an incredible new soundtrack by local band Seluah.
 Last night at the Headliners Music Hall, the Flyover Film Festival presented the 1927 silent film The Unknown, by Louisville native Tod Browning. While that would have been an interesting event in itself for the Festival, they went one better and added live musical accompaniment by local band...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Edwin McCain's Louisville concert cancelled
This time, Louisvillians could ask for more.
For the second time in nine months, a previously scheduled Edwin McCain concert in Louisville has been cancelled. The show was to take place next Thursday, June 14th at Headliner's Music Hall. The statement from McCain's publicist reads:“We're sorry to announce that due to...