Filmmaker, musician, writer, photographer, and clothing archivist Cesar Padilla lived in Louisville in the mid-90’s. As he was leaving town, he left stacks of his old films and outtakes sitting in the old Louisville Visual Art Association offices at the … Continue reading
“Being able to express your enthusiasm for a project or subject is amazingly disarming to most geeks.”
It is fitting that my interview with Ted Smith is at his office in Louisville Metro Hall. To the casual observer, the Greek Revival building is a grand, architectural statement with wide steps leading up to the large front doors. … Continue reading
If anyone deserves to have his face immortalized on the side of a building in the 9th District of Louisville, it is probably local resident Steven Bobbi.
Next time you drive through Clifton, cut down Payne Street and notice the wildflower garden lining the street.
A row of colorful wildflowers, sunflowers, and zinnias line the roadside of a densely planted plot of land that makes up the Groce Family Farm. It’s nestled in the middle of a neighborhood in New Albany, Indiana and as Katherine … Continue reading
Kathy Weisbach greets me at the door of her home in Crescent Hill followed by her dog, Dottie; a small white dog with black spots, floppy ears and a gentle disposition.
Timothy Tucker and the United Crescent Hill Ministries Kitchen