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Louisville Zoo to take flight thanks to help from Idlewild Butterfly Farm

April 21, 2017 0

When the Louisville Zoo decided to add a butterfly exhibit to this summer’s plans, it knew exactly where to turn. Blair Leano-Helvey owns Idlewild Butterfly Farm, which she opened in 2015. With her help, the zoo will be introducing a “Butterflies n’ Blooms” exhibition on May 20. The centerpiece will be the new 1,000-square-foot outdoor flight house, […]

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Louisville Zoo to take flight thanks to help from Idlewild Butterfly Farm

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April 21, 2017 0

When the Louisville Zoo decided to add a butterfly exhibit to this summer’s plans, it knew exactly where to turn. Blair Leano-Helvey owns Idlewild Butterfly Farm, which she opened in 2015. With her help, the zoo will be introducing a “Butterflies n’ Blooms” exhibition on May 20. The centerpiece will be the new 1,000-square-foot outdoor flight house, […]

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First Light Gallery, a space dedicated to photography, opens on East Main Street

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April 21, 2017 0

The 1000 block of East Main Street in Butchertown will get another exciting new neighbor when First Light Gallery opens its doors on Friday. It’s one of a few photography-focused galleries in Louisville, and the first exhibition features Rupert Vandervell, a renowned international artist. Gallery owner Andrew J. McCawley spoke with Insider about the new gallery, his live/work space in […]

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Trading coal for renewable energy would create jobs in Kentucky, group says

April 21, 2017 0

By Bill Estep | Lexington Herald-Leader Greater emphasis on energy efficiency and on producing electricity from renewable sources would create thousands of jobs in Kentucky, reduce electricity bills and help improve the health of residents by cutting pollution, according to a report by a social-justice organization. Other recommendations in the report from the liberal-leaning Kentuckians […]

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7 Questions With … burlesque performer Holly Harvest

April 21, 2017 0

The burlesque bug first bit Louisville native Holly Harvest about nine years ago when, as a flow arts performer and fire dancer, she was hired to participate in a show with a burlesque leaning. The risqué dance form catered to her rebellious side — it was a way she could express herself without abiding by […]

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Does Duluth signal a turning point in downtown retail? Experts weigh in

April 21, 2017 0

Duluth Trading Co. will be the first department store to open in the Central Business District in more than a dozen years. The company and the location have generated excitement, but will this create a domino effect of other similar retail companies locating in Louisville’s downtown? Experts say that while retailers may follow, it will […]

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KMAC showcases exhibit by landscape painter Claire Sherman; artist will discuss her work on Saturday

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Earlier this month, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC) opened “Fern Canyon,” an exhibit by landscape artist Claire Sherman. The New York City resident brings a fresh, innovative approach to the traditional genre of painting, using techniques of those who came before her and also putting her own contemporary spin on each piece. Sherman’s […]

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