December 13, 2012 - 11:00am
Enjoy the tradition of Handel's Messiah performed by the Louisville Master Chora
Nothing says Christmas like Handel's Messiah and what better place to experience it than at the Cathedral of the Assumption.
When I was little, my parents had the Time-Life Treasury of Christmas Classics and it was standard for us to play these albums (albums…yes, I just dated myself) every year at Christmas. The “Wonderful Counselor” song, as I called it, from Handel’s Messiah, always filled me...
December 14, 2012 - 7:28pm
Metro Animal Services continues to work at getting adoptable pets homes for the
Louisville Metro Animal Services has gotten many of their adoptable pets homes but many more await to be adopted by the holidays. We have nine featured pets this week.
What a special Christmas gift for a family to bring home a pet that is in need of its forever home. A gift of love, what could represent the season more?The numbers of adoptable pets at Louisville’s Metro Animal Services has came down but more homeless pets still await their forever homes....
December 12, 2012 - 11:00am
Another successful Christmas tea in celebration of Jane Austen's birthday
The December meeting of the Greater Louisville chaper of the Jane Austen Society once again wowed all those in attendance.
This Saturday, December 16, marks the 237th anniversary of the birth of Jane Austen. The author of masterpieces such as Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility, Austen has a devoted set of fans worldwide who celebrate her life and her writings. These Jane-ites, as they are sometimes called,...
December 11, 2012 - 1:56pm
Dine with Santa
If your family is looking to meet Santa Claus, perhaps they’d like to find out what he eats for breakfast as well.
Dear Louisville families: we’re two weeks away from Christmas! By now you’ve probably gotten your picture with Santa (maybe even two or three depending on how many posts you’ve read about every opportunity around town!) Now you may be thinking what else can the kids and I do that...
December 11, 2012 - 3:09pm
Financial planner, Matt Dicken, talks retirement with his new book at Barnes & N
That’s a helluva hoppin’ title, isn’t it? Regardless of how well you’ve got life by the reins, maybe a little extra planning is still up your alley. Financial planner, Matt Dicken, has got some thoughts here. Join him at the Summit location of Barnes & Noble this Saturday, December 15th, at 2pm as he presents his new book.
It’s ok.No – really, listen up here because this is a moment that we’re about to have over the internet.  We’re going to have a moment in the way these moments are meant to be had: faceless, nameless and devoid of feedback or acknowledgement.  We’re going to...