Just in time for Valentine’s Day, University of Louisville students will be asked to show compassion and support for the people of Haiti at the upcoming Hearts for Haiti benefit lunch on Thursday, Feb. 11 at the Red Barn.
Vampire Weekend released their self-titled debut album in 2008, to widespread critical acclaim. The four preppy guys from New York City provided an interesting take on the afro-beat musical style. “Vampire Weekend” was a breezy, lighthearted album that was…
Gray and white seem to have been the only colors surrounding the city of Louisville lately. The skies are dark, the wind is bitter and the ground is soaked with leftover slush.
The weather could easily keep the citizens of the city inside at night, waiting for summer
Although Eastern Parkway near the University of Louisville was originally scheduled to reopen by January, it is still closed for construction. And it is not expected to reopen for months. The roadwork in front of the Speed School of Engineering was finished by the…
The swift movement of the dancers’ feet emphasized each beat within the salsa rhythm, and seemed to echo the passion in the singer’s voice. The sour-sweet smell of whisky and vodka hung heavily in the air, as the dancers exhaled with each series of steps.
A doctor’s role in society has remained unchanged for centuries. The job of a doctor is to help others and to earn the trust of their patients. In Nazi Germany, however, physicians often used medical science for sinister purposes.
Imagine strolling through the Promenade du Peyrou in Montpellier, France; experiencing the Romanesque grandeur of St Martin’s Cathedral in Mainz, Germany; or visiting the exotic Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan in Osaka, Japan. For most, the three scenarios
The Louisville Slugger Field became home to the Festival of Trees and Lights on Nov. 20, which ushered in the start of the holiday season for the community, and continued until Nov. 22.
The 930 Listening Room has become a great local venue to see musical acts from around the city, as well as the rest of the country. On Monday, Nov. 16, the Bowerbirds took the stage at the 930, which is owned and operated by Sojourn Community Church.
At noon on Friday, Nov. 20, about 100 people, including University of Louisville students, as well as citizens of Louisville, gathered at the Red Barn. They were attending the third and final WFPK Live Lunch concert, featuring the band Bo Deco.