March 14, 2013 - 8:02pm
Beware!
Plutarch tells us that Caesar was stabbed in the forum; although he does not explain how a wound in that area could have been fatal. There is reason to believe that Caesar was also wounded in the fracas.
It's that time, again.  The day folks in Louisville fear the most (next to post-Derby Hangover Day).  Yes, hot on the heels of International Pi Day, we take time this Friday to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Roman emperor and beloved tyrant Julius Caesar, who was killed...
March 15, 2012 - 8:06pm
Beware...
Plutarch tells us that Caesar was stabbed in the forum; although he does not explain how a wound in that area could have been fatal. There is reason to believe that Caesar was also wounded in the fracas.
Hot on the heels of International Pi Day, we take time today to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Roman emperor and beloved tyrant Julius Caesar, who was killed by some of his friends while on his way to work in 44 B.C.  “Ides,” for readers who may have forgotten high...
July 29, 2012 - 7:54pm
What was John Wilkes Booth thinking on that history-altering night?
What was John Wilkes Booth thinking on that history-changing night?  Perhaps some answers can be found in the production To Bury Caesar this Friday at The Bard's Town.To Bury Caesar will go on this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at The Bard's Town Theatre, located at 1801 Bardstown Road...