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
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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
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
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