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ear-x-tacy Founder John Timmons Is Going On The Record At VinylFest

People that love music, I mean really, truly love music and can’t live without it, can always spot each other. If you love music and you’ve ever even been to Louisville, you loved ear-x-tacy at some time in your life. 184 more words


"...cups of who cares..."

My kids are at wonderful ages (10, 8, 7, 5). They are out of the baby phase, but not yet to that scarey teenager territory. They also GET things. 590 more words

My Morning Jacket: A Louisville Love Story

Christopher Guetig was ready to “drink in” his hometown Thursday – figuratively and literally.

The former My Morning Jacket drummer was at the Old Seelbach Bar celebrating that “One Big Holiday,” a documentary he co-produced with friend and graduate film student Michael Feld, would be opening the Flyover Film Festival at the Speed Art Museum later that evening. 876 more words


E-books: this is between me, my son and Maurice Sendak

I bought myself an e-reader for Christmas this year. I thought it would revolutionize the way I read and buy books, but I basically use it to surf the Internet, check Facebook and play stupid games.  609 more words

Literary Arts

Brick and Mortar and Love Premier

There are days that I drive by the empty ear X-tacy store on Bardstown Road and the sadness just overwhelms me. I know I am not alone…I heard from many of you when I first posted about the closing of the legendary record store ( 182 more words


what's up with local music?

Louisville has always had a strong local music scene.  We are (generally) supportive of musicians and have some great music events (like Forecastle – “where the world gathers to experience the best in Music, Art, and Activism” 337 more words