June 8, 2012 - 11:47pm
Last night the Speed Museum hosted the reception and screening for the opening of the fourth annual Flyover Film Festival. Read the reviews that will cast me out of Louisville!
 The Fourth annual Flyover Film Festival began last night with a truly appropriate selection of shorts that showcased promising young talent and celebrated the town in which it is raised. A reception was held, catered by The Bristol and after the screening the Speed Art Museum's open...
May 1, 2012 - 11:18am
Jim James joins WFPK family as a show host
Sir Microcosm hopes to take listeners on a trip through the musical galaxy...for at least an hour a week!
Jim James, of the world famous rock band, My Morning Jacket, has never been shy about his love for his hometown, Louisville, KY. He has also always shown his support of public radio by being a good friend of 91.9 WFPK Louisville. Now he has taken it one step further and will be joining the team at...
March 6, 2012 - 12:37pm
Forecastle List 2012
After weeks of waiting, the lineup for Forecastle 2012 has been announced! Ten years of music, arts, and activism.
It has finally arrived! The confirmed lineup for Forecastle Festival X, the 10th Anniversary, is finally here. In weeks to come extra artists, as well as art installations, environmental and sustainability activities, outdoor extreme sports park, festival partners,...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
My Morning Jacket at Forecastle
Huge News for Forecastle festival - MMJ is coming this year!
The Forecastle Festival may have pulled off the biggest music news of the year.  Award-Winning My Morning Jacket will headline the festival in July.  The Forecastle setting is exactly the type of music venue where MMJ excels.  You do remember the legendary late night, rainy set at...
April 28, 2012 - 7:31pm
A collected Ivy Brashear introdcued Kentuckians for the Commonwealth an
Performers were more than happy to donate their time to support Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, now in their 30th year. Sponsors and supporters sold out the venue within 15 minutes of the doors opening, leaving standing room only for the show and little discussion as to the popularity of the event, the performers.
The ambiance of the Brown Theater provided an inviting environment for the stellar performance by influential and talented artists.  Supporters of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth along with a host of sponsors from around Kentucky introduced the evening and the organization with a short...