To people in Louisville, Ramsi’s Café on the World is synonymous with a lot of things: the Highlands, Bardstown Road, amazing food, vegan options, and diversity. You’ll typically see a diverse range of people eating there, working there, and the … Continue reading
Daniel Pfalzgraf is a multi-media and installation artist who has been exhibiting his work professionally for over twelve years. He is currently the Director of The Green Building Gallery and the Director of Media Services at B. Deemer Gallery in … Continue reading
The engine races down the track spouting steam after it exits a tunnel. The whistle blows and my four-year-old son is spellbound.
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What is the appropriate remedy for a nasty bout of melancholy? It might be that the cold weather has appropriately returned this winter, or the fact that I just turned 30th and my life plan (ha!) is a bit astray … Continue reading
Ohio Valley Creative Energy plans on turning Garbage into art “It’s been done before.” Are there any words more discouraging to an aspiring young artist? So much value is placed on originality—of subjects, ideas, concepts, and techniques—that “the anxiety of … Continue reading
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A visit to Highland Cleaners Discovery Center on Bardstown Road.