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    Distributing Atheist Books in Boone County Schools Discussion

    Jim Helton (Kentucky State Director for American Atheists and Organizer of the Tri-State Freethinkers) will discuss how the Tri-State Freethinkers distributed Freethought Literature in Boone County, Kentucky. The Gideons were approved by the school district to distribute bibles in Boone County Schools. The Tri-State Freethinkers also requested permission to distribute Freethought books, with help from the ACLU. 6:30 - 8:00 : Arrive when you can, eat, and socialize. 8:00 - 9:00 : Guest Speaker.

    Wick's Pizza

    225 State Street 

    New Albany, Indiana 47150

    Monday June 30, 6:30-9:00 pm


    Cut Copy, featuring Classixx and Nile Delta at Headliner's

    From Cut Copy: “Due to an unforeseen wrinkle, we’re going to make it to our first show in Louisville a little later than we originally planned. We’ll see you at Headliners on June 30. Hope you can still join us.” Previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new date. For refunds (good through June 5), please return to the point of purchase. After the release of their dark, ’80s-inspired synth pop classic In Ghost Colours in 2008, Cut Copy have been warming up and expanding their sound to the point where they're almost a completely different band. 2011′s album Zonoscope was almost excessively bright and extroverted, with songs like “Where I’m Going” sounding like Jock Jams in comparison to the introspectively moody sound the band had previously established. Their 2013 album, Free Your Mind, is even bigger sounding and warmer than a hug from the sun.


    1386 Lexington Road 

    June 30, 9:00 pm

    $22 in advanced, $25 at the door 

    Volunteer Event at Seneca Park

    Help save our urban tree canopy! Come out to Seneca Park to help remove invasive vines that are strangling our native woodland trees. There's also a variety of other projects that need to be worked on. Gloves, tools, and of course refreshments will be provided. To register as a volunteer, please go to the following website:

    Seneca Park

    3151 Pee Wee Reese Road

    July 1, 9:00 am


    UofL ACC Celebration

    The University of Louisville will celebrate its new membership in the Atlantic Coast Conference on the day it enters the league at a public event on Tuesday, July 1, here at Fourth Street Live! The free event will begin with live entertainment and video presentations at 5 p.m. with Louisville's in-stadium DJ, K-Dogg, followed by a program at 6 p.m. The program will include special messages from Louisville coaches and student-athletes, fan giveaways, and plenty of surprises. A concert featuring the Louisville Crashers will cap the celebration on the main stage following the program. There will be food and beverage specials at participating establishments in Fourth Street Live! surrounding the celebration.

    4th Street Live!

    400 S. 4th Street

    July 1, 5:00 pm


    The Felice Brothers and Robert Ellis at Zanzabar

    The Felice Brothers' new and fourth LP "Celebration, Florida" revels in an inventive, outlaw spirit; it's the sound of a band that knows its roots and knows where it's growing. They're a group who just might expand the definition of Americana music along the way. Robert Ellis is the kind of songwriter who only comes along once in a great while, and his growth as a man and musician is clear on his new album "The Lights From The Chemical Plant." And while some may call it a musical departure from his past, The Houston Chronicle best explains: "Ellis doesn't place limitations on his music. Any perceived departure is just part of an ongoing creative journey." The event is 21 and over.


    2100 S. Preston

    July 1, doors open at 8:00, show begins at 9:00


    Louisville Bats Game

    Come out to Louisville Slugger field to watch the Louisville Bats take on Indianapolis! Bring your friends and family out to enjoy America's pastime. If you can't make this game, be sure to check out their schedule for the rest of the month at this website:

    Louisville Slugger Field

    401 E. Main Street 

    July 2, 7:05 pm

    Ticket prices vary from $7-$23

    Westport Village Summer Concert Series: Kudmani

    Westport Village's Summer Concert Series continues with Kudmani on July 3. Stroll, shop and enjoy the sounds of Westport Village! Great shops, restaurants and free concerts to ease into those relaxing summer evenings. The concert starts at 6:30 p.m., with fireworks following. 

    Westport Village

    1315 Herr Lane 

    July 3, 6:30 pm


    Fanfare for the 4th at Beargrass Christian Church

    Fanfare for the 4th at Beargrass Christian Church at 7:30pm: Musical Visions of America 10th annual multimedia choral cinema presentation of the founding, expansion, and refinement of America. Enjoy this American historical retrospective and revel in the power of stirring patriotic songs & visuals. $20 General Admission; $15 Sr Adult; $5 Student. 502-968-6300

    Beargrass Christian Church

    4100 Shelbyville Road

    July 3, 7:30 pm

    $5 for students, $15 for Sr Adults, $20 for Gen Adm

    Belle of Louisville Fireworks Sightseeing Cruise

    Celebrate America's Independence Day by joining us on the oldest operating river steamboat in the country! We'll cruise upriver, then if river conditions allow, we'll be out in the Ohio River watching the fireworks display the city will be sending off to celebrate the 4th of July. It's all open seating, so bring the whole family and make a day of it. The concession stand and bar will both be open. Call for information or to make a reservation, or purchase tickets online. This cruise will sell out, so make your plans early!

    Belle of Louisville

    401 W River Road

    July 3, 7:30 pm


    The Neighbourhood with White Arrows Play at Headliner's

    Genre-crossing outfit the Neighbourhood mix atmospheric indie rock, electronica, and hip-hop beats with melodic R&B-inflected vocals. Formed in Los Angeles in 2011, the band centers around lead singer Jesse Rutherford, guitarists Jeremy Freedman and Zach Abels, bassist Mikey Margott, and drummer Bryan Sammis. In 2012, the Neighbourhood released the EP I’m Sorry…, featuring such singles as “Sweater Weather” and “Female Robbery.” In 2013, they delivered the two-song EP Thank You as a prelude to their debut album I Love You, which was released that same year. Doors 7pm / 14 and over Refunds for the March 17th show available through April 18, 2014. Must return to the point of purchase. We'll honor tickets purchased on the March 17, 2014 show.


    1386 Lexington Road

    July 3, 8:00 pm 


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    I am an incoming senior (finally!) at the University of Louisville. I will be graduating with three degrees: English, Spanish, and Humanities. I intend to continue my education and get my masters in English next year. I have had the pleasure of working at both Louisville Magazine and over the last year.

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