October 30, 2012 - 4:55pm
Fashionable ideas for your Halloween [Fashion]
Halloween is creeping upon your doorstep. Have you found your costume yet? If not, here are a few ideas for your consideration, whether you opt to shop your closet or plan to visit your local costume shop.
 Halloween is creeping upon your doorstep. Have you found your costume yet? If not, here are a few ideas for your consideration, whether you opt to shop your closet or plan to visit your local costume shop.Did you happen to attend the 39th annual Taste of Louisville a couple of weeks ago...
October 29, 2012 - 1:05pm
by Raqia
Holiday Toy Drive, Taste of New Albany & Belly Dance & Music Show Extravaganza!! Entrance Cost: 1 New Toy Or $10 Donation 6:00-7:30 Taste of NA Tastings by La Bocca, Habana Blues, Louis/Le Francais, River City Winery, The Keg,Rookies, New Albanian Brewing Co. Wick's Pizza & More...
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 25, 2012 - 5:01pm
Local author Daniel Meyer brings ‘Gargoyles and Grotesques’ to the Jeffersonvill
You may only have a hot minute to skee-daddle over the bridge to get your gargoyle on, but how else are you gonna spend an October evening with a sidewalk full of leaves? Join local author Daniel Meyer for a presentation of his book, ‘Gargoyles and Grotesques of the Ohio River Valley’, at the Jeffersonville Township Public Library tonight, October 25th, at 6pm.
I, my dearies, really like haunted houses. The fake ones – ahem, the “thematic” ones – my friends.  The stages set for spooktacular thrills for the cost of a hot date.  It’s something I ponder all the live-long year until October slinks up and scuttles...
October 24, 2012 - 2:31pm
Spend the day after Thanksgiving exploring our region’s heritage. We’re open during our regular hours (10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.). Costumed demonstrators will be in the kitchen and woodshop from noon until 4:00 p.m. And you can even do holiday shopping in the museum store, with all items 20% off regular...