Kevin Gibson debuts This Used to Be Louisville

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Wednesday, September 22, 2021 - 7:00pm
2720 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

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Have you ever walked past a building or location in your city and thought, “I wonder what that used to be?” Well, if you live in Louisville, you’re about to get some answers to that question in This Used to Be Louisville. From “the old Sears building” that continues to be used as a directional touchpoint to a downtown theater that has been frozen in time, you’ll get a tour of these places paired with stories that will inform and sometimes surprise. In the process, it may just get you wondering about the many people a hundred years ago that traversed those places in a completely different context. Local author Kevin Gibson turned his natural interest in comparing present to past into a book that looks into a wide variety of locales that contribute to the city’s legacy. And when it’s all said and done, you’ll walk away with a better understanding of Louisville’s history and culture, from major historical landmarks to neighborhood businesses to the Louisvillians who made these places important.

AUTHOR:

Kevin Gibson has been a professional writer for more than three decades, having written about restaurants, beer, bourbon, sports, night life, music and plenty more. Growing up in the Louisville area, he became fascinated with local history and culture, right down to his own neighborhood of Clifton. When he’s not busy writing books about Louisville, like the one you hold in your hand, he’s likely hanging out at a brewery with his hound dog, Atticus, or making homemade hot sauce with peppers from his garden

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$22.50
ISBN: 9781681063416
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Published: Reedy Press - September 15th, 2021

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Have you ever walked past a building or location in your city and thought, “I wonder what that used to be?” Well, if you live in Louisville, you’re about to get some answers to that question.