The fourth annual Flyover Film Festival will open at The Speed Art Museum on June 7 and run through June 10. Films are screened at various Louisville locations to illustrate the variety of venues our city has to offer the … Continue reading
TIMOTHY TIDWHISTLE IS AN ASSUMED NAME, BUT REST ASSURED HE IS A VERY REAL PERSON. IF YOU NEED ADVICE SEND US A MESSAGE AT HOLLER@THELOUISVILLEPAPER.COM —MGMT. Do you have any guidelines for when it is appropriate to flip people the … Continue reading
I’ve spent the better part of three decades in Louisville, yet I’m still not used to Ohio Valley summers. A layer of sweat coats my face for a solid three months. I forgo hot showers in favor of lukewarm drizzles. … Continue reading
A shift in thinking Michelle Jones was frustrated. Not angry, give-up frustrated, but motivated, energized frustrated. She had searched the Web for basic information about local restaurants for her popular blog, Consuming Louisville, and consistently run into walls. Some sites … Continue reading
So, you want to start a Kickstarter campaign, but you just don’t know how to get started. Michelle Jones, the genius behind Consuming Louisville and Menu and Hours, offers her advice.
When I asked Michelle Jones about her techie background, I assumed she graduated with a degree in computer programming. “Actually, my degree is in history,” said Jones. “Tech is something I have always enjoyed.”
Can I be completely honest with you (because you seem like a no-BS kind of parent)? I have never gone camping. I’ve stayed the night in a rustic cabin once or twice, but no roughing it in a sleeping bag … Continue reading
“Roadtrip!” Just that one serendipitous word uttered by Kelsey King and her three girlfriends in 2009 has led to the University of Louisville’s entry into the 2013 United States Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition. On her way into the … Continue reading