Louisville Magazine

JAN 2019

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louisvilletickets.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 1.19 87 five were — I wanted my five. e last one was a 'whoops,' and I was just damn lucky that that 'whoops' happened in a family where there was enough money that we could manage. But I can't imag- ine being pregnant and not being able to afford it and not being able to provide for it. It must be terrible. And I was nev- er in that situation, thank god. 'Cause the conflict must be absolutely terrible for girls and women. I believe that every child should be a wanted child. at's easy. But back when we were born, not often the case. Before good, decent birth control, people had babies whenever. Whenever! And that's so sad. I can't imagine having to give birth to a baby that you don't really want. It just seems so sad, doesn't it? at for nine months you're carrying around this thing in your body and you don't really want it. It must be awful." What do you think is the most press- ing issue in our community right now? "I think the schools continue to be a real problem. I'm not happy, but this is very peculiar to me, what I perceive to be the compartmentalization of econom- ic classes in Louisville. You go out to Norton Commons, it just makes me sick, and I don't think that that's healthy over the long haul. If I were gonna live a little longer, I would like us to be more involved in the racial injustice in this community, 'cause it's plenty. "is thing we're in, this life thing, we're all in it together. And because we're all in it together, it seems to me it would be a good idea that we get to know each other well enough to know what it is about each other to furnish the respect and acceptance that we need to be together, because, hey, it's us against the godless world. But there is always somebody who thinks you separate the races and somebody's gonna end up on top and they're gonna be the winners." Well, thank you for having me over. "Great to meet you, honey." (Post reaches for a hug.) I don't want to break you. "You won't break me. I am tougher than you can possibly imagine." Jan. 11 — Jericho Woods with Dan Conn Friday, ODEON Jan. 12/13 — Beginner Blacksmith Class, Kaviar Forge & Gallery Jan. 12 — To Tell The Truth, I Lied: Cross-genre Writing Workshop, Louisville Literary Arts Jan. 12 — Take A Class, Give A Class: Beginning Kombucha, Let Us Learn Jan. 13 — Haiku & Hybrid Forms: Writing Workshop, 21 C Museum Hotel Jan. 13 — Center Tours, Second Chances Wildlife Center Jan. 17 — Almost, Maine @ 7:30 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 18 — USA Cares' American Proud Dinner, The Jeffersonian Jan. 18 — Almost, Maine @ 7:30 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 19 — Almost, Maine @ 2:00 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 19 — B3 Bash: A Celebration of Bacon, Bourbon, & Beer, Oxmoor Country Club Jan. 19 — Almost, Maine @ 7:30 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 19 — Laura Gibson with Stelth Ulvang, ODEON Jan. 22 — Macaron Class, Cooking @ Millies Jan. 24 — Almost, Maine @ 7:30 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 25 — Almost, Maine @ 7:30 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 25 — Jazz at the Top Hat, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage Jan. 26 — Wizard Bottle Opener Workshop, Kaviar Forge & Gallery Jan. 26 — Almost, Maine @ 2:00 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 26 — Tyrone Cotton and Java Men, ODEON Jan. 26 — Almost, Maine @ 7:30 pm, Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. Jan. 26 — Walnut Street Revue, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage Jan. 26 — Wedding Workshop, The Foundry @ Glassworks Jan. 27 — John Clay, Mercy Bell, and Eric Bolander, ODEON Ongoing — Monday Adult Painting and Drawing, Bleecker Blayney Art Studio Ongoing — 7 Nights A Week! Ghost Walks by Louisville Historic Tours, Corner of Fourth and Ormsby Ongoing — 7 Days A Week! Guided Architecture Walks by Louisville Historic Tours, Corner of Fourth and Ormsby Ongoing — Six-Week Sculpting Workshops, Forest Boone Studio Ongoing — Quickie Sampler Sculpting Workshop, Forest Boone Studio To find out more about ticketing with LouisvilleTickets, contact us at tickets@loumag.com. Visit LouisvilleTickets.com to see events that currently are selling tickets online through the LouisvilleTickets portal.

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