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There is an earnest melancholy to Loose, the newest by Jack Harlow that dropped earlier today. [Read More]
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Jo Anne Triplett, LEO's contributing arts editor, spoke with artists Sabra Crockett and Britany Baker about their recent trip to the Salon conference. [Read More]
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As with most artists, Amy Chase is a jack of all trades. But the creativity needed for her many roles spring from one thing: ceramics.... [Read More]
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Ohio Valley Wrestling has its first openly-gay heavyweight champion. [Read More]
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When Roger Porter heard about the recent decision by Mayor Greg Fischer to remove the controversial John B. Castleman statue from the roundabout just outside... [Read More]
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"Fade," a slick two-minute track from the second of Jordan Jetson's Black Aria EP releases, highlights the local hip-hop savant's strongest assets: the versatility of... [Read More]
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Dom B and Q-Mystik blend that ever-cool presence part and parcel to hip-hop with some deft commentary of our culture on Oasis Bluegrass. The thing... [Read More]
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God and the Devil work in mysterious ways. That, at least, is one possible takeaway from two vastly-different satirical looks at American Christianity that are... [Read More]
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Tara McPherson emerged to the front of the pop-surrealism movement in the mid-2000s and has established a royal standing. Her elegant line work, vibrant-yet-haunting painting... [Read More]
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Much like Las Vegas legends of yesteryear, Las Vegas-based comedian Spencer James is not only hilarious, but he also has a background in music and... [Read More]
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On the first page of "Assassanistas," Magdalene Visaggio, writer of "Eternity Girl," describes it as "'Kill Bill' if it was directed by Wes Anderson." [Read More]
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When Portage House Chef Paul Skulas jumped across the river to open Couvillion in Germantown, Chef Dallas McGarity of Fat Lamb added Portage House to... [Read More]
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We're still in the sweltering heat of mid-August in Kentucky, but before we know it, we'll be flitting around town holding Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, admiring... [Read More]
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I was sitting in a local brewery recently, when a mother and her daughter, about 10 years old, stopped in. Daughter played with my dog,... [Read More]
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I love me a bit of brutalist Soviet architecture — but, and like you, the new convention center's an essay in banality and compromise. [Read More]
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I'm on vacation and had just exited the ferry from Kure Beach to Southport, North Carolina, in the car with my family. I picked up... [Read More]
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The Purrfect Day Cafe is open! [Read More]
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The John B. Castleman statue in Cherokee Triangle and the George D. Prentice statue behind the downtown library will be moved. [Read More]
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Louisville's Bloody Monday in 1855 involved religious bias and fear. It also involved biased media stoking the fires of already mounting tension. [Read More]
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A new documentary titled "Our Library" includes a brief study of George Prentice. [Read More]
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