A single, glowing iPad screen meandered across a pitch-black stage at the W. L. Lyons Brown Theatre as the capacity audience roared with applause. “One of the first things you have to understand is that it’s radio and that not seeing … Continue reading
“Marco…Polo!” shouted the bike-borne combatants across the court and on either side of me. And thus the match began, as I awkwardly accelerated toward a red street hockey ball placed at the center of the Central Avenue overpass tunnel in … Continue reading
Were it 2009 or 2010, you may very well have found Theatre  artistic directors Gil Reyes, Amy Attaway, and Mike Brooks huddled alone in a dark corner of a bar on a Friday night drinking pale ales and feverishly … Continue reading
It’s 9 p.m. on a Monday night at DeadBird Studios and there’s a filthy jam session in the works. I’m sitting on a stool in a wide-open space. Around me is a drum set on a riser, a wall of … Continue reading
“I’m so grateful that I get to walk around in neighborhoods as part of my job,” said Jane Walsh, the strategy and development coordinator at Louisville’s Network Center for Community Change, also known as NC3. “The Network is about building … Continue reading
Forget running: residents of the Lucky Horseshoe neighborhood park for the roses.