December 13, 2012 - 3:14pm
Photographer David Toczko brings the story of Maker’s Mark Bourbon to Barnes & N
I may not avidly drink it. I may be too much the wuss to do so. But, lord almighty, am I proud of this stuff called bourbon. You should be, too. Let’s talk about it with David Toczko in a chain bookstore – The Summit location of Barnes & Noble – this Saturday, December 15th, at 1pm.
Before I explain the wonders of David Toczko’s new and colorful book on bourbon, The Ambassadors of Bourbon: Maker’s Mark and the Rebirth of America’s Native Spirit, and talk about how he’ll be at The Summit area Barnes & Noble this Saturday at 1pm – I’d like...
September 28, 2012 - 11:51am
Louisville Lens Photography Class
Ever wandered what that tricky "M" button does on your camera? Would you really like to stop getting red eye and ugly washed out pictures? Louisville Lens Photography shows you how.
 Louisville Lens Photography opened my eyes to how underused my camera has been. I have a Canon T2i, which is a fancy way of saying that I like to pretend to be a real photographer, and that the camera looks nice. I attended one of their afternoon 2 hour photography classes with my mom,...
August 6, 2012 - 3:16pm
Liquid Sound Studios is creating a one stop option for artists with record, film, and photography needs.
Studio Photo: courtesy of Liquid Sound StudiosOne of the newest and exciting ventures to hit New Albany, IN is the development of Liquid Sound Studios (LSS).  Liquid Sound Studios will be the ultimate mecca for artists in the Midwest.  This professional production company will...
July 23, 2012 - 5:02pm
KY Turns 220 Pinterest Contest: The Results [Visual Art]
And the winners are...
 Finally, the post that you have all been waiting for: the results of the #KYTurns220 Pinterest contest. Our editor, Zach, received around 60 e-mails with pictures from all over Kentucky. We would like to thank you all for participating and celebrating Kentucky's 220th birthday with us!As...
June 7, 2012 - 11:20pm
The next time you see something you wish you had a picture of…pick up your phone and use it!
Phoneography: a photo taken by a phone. Gone are the days where a phone is simply used for making phone calls. There was once a time where the phone was nothing more than a tin can and rope stretched from room to room, where voices carried by vibration, then as technology grew phones changed, and...