JESSE MCLEAN & THAD KELLSTADT
Revisiting the Creativity Rising Public Art Project. One of the most memorable works of art I’ve ever seen was inside a sweaty boxing gym in Brooklyn.
A big part of my family’s move to Louisville is the fact that there is a toy culture here.
The NuLu district on East Market Street is alive and bustling.
Leaping into the unknown has become a way of life for Jen Woods. Woods, the driving force behind Typecast Publishing and The Writer’s Block Festival, holds a resumé punctuated with calculated risks, each leading the young publisher-entrepreneur into more exciting … Continue reading
Is it . . . Several top-notch reading series? Excellent bookstores? Writing workshops?
Louisville is most assuredly a city of parks. There are the grand parks like Cherokee and Iroquois – the Olmsted Parks that invite activity on a large scale, that pull Louisvillians in from all over the city along their stately … Continue reading
“I can’t believe I’m going to say this,” says Mike Brooks, co-founder of Theatre , “but ‘you must be the change you want to see in the world.’”