A new Louisville flea market is expanding. Last month’s inaugural Flea Off Market in the alley by Market and Shelby streets drew an estimated 1,000 visitors and 40 vendors. That was enough to warrant an expansion. “It’s monthly now but we hope for it to be something weekly,” says organizer Courtenay Kunnecke. “We had huge success […]
The annual Light Up Louisville holiday celebration has begun. The event begins at 3:00 with a 5K walk/run. Live entertainment and activities for children will follow. A parade will begin at 6:00. The tree lighting is at 8:50. You can see a full schedule here. Next week, Metro Councilman David James, D-6, will hold the […]
The Sherman Minton Bridge closure has spawned a number of novelty Twitter accounts, including two for the bridge itself. Jason Oberhausen is behind one of them, @smintonbridge64 (the others are @shermintbridge and @ucantcrossme). He says this is his first novelty account, and he hopes it adds levity to a serious event. “It’s only traffic, right? So […]
Tonight thousands of the undead will walk down Bardstown Road, participating in the seventh annual Louisville Zombie Attack. The Attack, which begins at 8:29 PM at the intersection of Eastern Parkway and Bardstown Road, started as a birthday gathering for John King and Lyndi Curtis, who now organize the event. Participants in the Attack will walk […]
Sound effects artist Fred Newman is an integral part of A Prairie Home Companion. In this interview, Fred talks about his roots, including the sounds that made him want to make sounds for a living. Fred also describes his first show with Garrison Keillor and how he used his own unique mouth sounds to get […]
New York-based writer Lauren Frey Daisley has given up snark for a month. She explained her decision on Q and said that it will stop her from making fun of the KFC Yum Center. She then criticized the name itself and the fact that Yum Brands uses an exclamation point in its name. (It’s technically […]
Writer Michael Washburn has kind words for the various parks, museums and restaurants across the city. The harshest criticism is reserved for 4th Street Live, which Washburn calls overwrought, underthought and “frat-tastic.” You can read the full story here.
Center spokesperson David Holland says festival officials told the center less than a week ago that they had acquired a sponsor for a new event on that portion of the belvedere.
Paul was promoting his new book “The Tea Party Goes to Washington.” Letterman asked the Senator about the Tea Party platform, and the conversation centered largely around tax cuts for wealthy Americans. It started with Letterman making a joke about Paul’s decision to wear jeans with a tie and blazer and ended with a brief discussion of education funding and the protests in Wisconsin. You can watch the whole clip online.