Intel: Tech driving craft and home brewing

This weekend is the sold-out Great American Beer Festival in Denver, a celebration of craft beer and the delicious results offered when the mighty quartet of hops, grains, yeast and water collide. Though humans have brewed beer since the time of Mesopotamia, it wasn’t...
LEO Weekly: Live Forecastle Festival Recaps 2015

LEO Weekly: Live Forecastle Festival Recaps 2015

FRIDAY JULY 17 The good: Alvvays, People Under the Stairs, JEFF the Brotherhood, Forecastle staff, rad artist dude at the Heineken tent, free water The bad: Big K.R.I.T., ZZ Ward, beer prices The ugly: weather, the “Camel Tour” Forecastle 2015 kicked off...
LEO Weekly: Dan Deacon and Prince Rama

LEO Weekly: Dan Deacon and Prince Rama

Photos by Nik Vechery Early into his late Sunday evening set, Dan Deacon remarked on his peculiar touring history with Louisville. An excellently curated but unsuccessfully executed street party in 2012 (the Monday of Labor Day weekend is a really tough sell) marked...

Intel: The Good and Bad of Feds with Big Data

Countless powerful private sector organizations wrangle the power of big data regularly to collect a vast array of consumer information. The federal government has long understood the extensive mining capability of such information and its potential impact, as...
American Songwriter: Vandaveer “Dig Down Deep”

American Songwriter: Vandaveer “Dig Down Deep”

An indie rock troubadour of sorts, Sir Mark Charles Heidinger spent many years in raucous Guided By Voices-inspired bands like The Apparitions and The Hub in his native Lexington. For the past few years, Heidinger found that the acoustic guitar is a bit more powerful....