June 23, 2013 - 10:02pm
The Switzerland County Visitors Center welcomes the artful reuse creations of Switzerland County resident Martha Bladen during Vevay Main Street’s “Red, White and Blues” First Friday.
June 21, 2013 - 5:15pm
Colonels to march upon NuLu in inaugural event Saturday afternoon
In honor of WHY Louisville's eighth anniversary, a slew of white jackets and black ties will parade through NuLu in the inaugural March of the Colonels.
Summer is here, and that means one thing: The ghost of Colonel Harland Sanders will rise from his grave with an army of clones, and shall march down NuLu to reclaim what was once theirs.
June 21, 2013 - 5:07pm
Carmichael’s delivers a double dose of teen fiction tonight with Katie McGarry a
The two lovely ladies of young adult literature will bring their latest releases to Carmichael’s Bookstore tonight, June 21st, for a special reading and signing – and probably a juicy helping of teen drama.
In some scenarios I am handing my 16-year-old self a list of bullet points.  I make a lot of lists, you know.  I like to arrange my thoughts in columns.  Dashes waving like tails.&nb
June 21, 2013 - 8:00am
First day of summer = longest day of play + 25 cent ice cream cones! You can't go wrong!
Around my house, if something is free, we do it. But even if something is only 25 cents, we’d still do it! This weekend you might want to take your family to enjoy the following.
June 20, 2013 - 2:12pm
An American Summer: Historian Joseph Ellis explores the Revolution at the Librar
With the 4th o’July right around the corner, join Pulitzer Prize winner, Joseph Ellis, as he presents his book ‘Revolutionary Summer’ tonight, June 20th, at the Louisville Library.
Empires can be built on the backs of cicadas.  Do you understand?  Listen: the corn-chip smell of a hot night in the summer, grass