October 27, 2012 - 6:17pm
The Vintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center announces its fourth-annual Chili Cook-Off on Thursday, Nov. 15, 5:30=8:00 PM at The Grand, 138 E. Market, New Albany. 5:30-6:00 will be Social Time and 6:00-8:00 will be the meal and program. Tickets are $20 for adults ($18 for members) and $10...
October 26, 2012 - 1:05pm
The 9th Annual Bardstown-Bound BooFest haunts the streets of the Highlands
Halloween is one more excuse for the Highlands to get "weird," and this year's BooFest promises more unearthly entertainment than ever!
The Highlands neighborhood has never had a problem observing holidays in its own "weird" way, so it's no surprise that the weirdest holiday of all -- Halloween -- is being celebrated in style once again this year during another Bardstown-Bound BooFest!Businesses along Douglas...
October 26, 2012 - 10:00am
Million Mutt March to benefit adoptable pets and those who love them
Someday, when I win the lottery, I will buy a big farm and every adoptable pet will come and live with me there. Until then, there are events like the Million Mutt March to help animals in need of a loving home.
One thing I have noticed about Louisville is that we love our pets.Maybe it’s because we have so many lovely area parks in which to walk our dogs.Or maybe it’s because we have pet-friendly businesses that allow us to bring our animal friends along when we hang out with our human friends...
October 24, 2012 - 9:00am
Looking for Lilith Gala this Sunday
Good food and good music for a good cause
Looking for Lilith is one of Louisville’s most progressive theatre companies. They guide area children through workshops and outreach programs. They create new works that showcase underrepresented facets of society. They produce theatre that puts the spotlight on history, as seen through the...
October 23, 2012 - 11:25am
The Friends of the Louisville Free Public Library will be hosting their Annual Fall Book Sale October 26 – 28 at the South Louisville Community Center located near Churchill Downs at 2911 Taylor Boulevard. There will be thousands of books for adults and children priced from $0.50 to $3. Preview...