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Force of Nature

Posted  July 28, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Carol Dines & Lenae McKee Price in Collected Stories. Photo-The Bard’s Town   Collected Stories By Donald Margulies Directed by Andy Epstein Reviewed by Craig Nolan Highley Entire contents are copyright © 2014, Craig Nolan Highley.  All rights reserved. The thing about the small, curtain less theaters in the Louisville area, theaters like The MeX, […]

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Literature

Ethereal Sacrament of Time and Space

Posted  July 26, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Land of Pure Vision: The Sacred Geography of Tibet and The Himalaya By David Zurick. Lexington:  University Press of Kentucky, 136 pp., $55.00 87 black & white photographs. Review by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Elizabeth Cody Kimmel. All rights reserved. In the land of the Himalaya, sometimes called the rooftop […]

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Performing Arts

Young Love is A Giddy Thing

Posted  July 26, 2014  by  Keith Waits

The cast of  The Fantasticks Photo-The Drama Studio   The Fantasticks Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones Music by Harvey Schmidt Directed by Debra Rice Endris Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Kate Barry. All rights reserved. Young love and all of the giddiness it contains shines in The Drama Studio’s […]

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Visual Arts

Memory Jarred

Posted  July 22, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Paul Mumbles Advice, mixed media, 2014   Glitches from the memory bank – New Work by Scott Scarboro Review by Kaylyn Taylor Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Kaylyn Taylor. All rights reserved. Scott Scarboro’s Glitches from the memory bank has been on display in The Green Building Gallery since May 31 and has been […]

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Performing Arts

17 Questions for Rich Williams

Posted  July 17, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Brian Walker. All rights reserved. Rich Williams is a local actor who has recently been in the Hollywood spotlight as he’s featured in the film Tammy starring Megan McCarthy.  He figures prominently in the film’s trailer and has given local audiences (who don’t fast forward commercials) the chance to […]

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