September 21, 2012 - 11:07am
Award-winning author Robert Massie brings the story of Catherine the Great to li
Because there are other royals worth watching besides the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Brush up on your Russian history and uncover the captivating story of Catherine the Great as Robert Massie presents ‘Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman’ at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch next Thursday, September 27th, at 7pm.
Even in this modern age, the allure of royalty still manages to hold some mystique.  While much of our fawning and fandom now falls to the celebrities of stage and screen (and their incredibly sordid lives), the fascination with the ancient human institution of monarchy continues to find favor...
September 20, 2012 - 2:18pm
Humana showcases new wellness program at IdeaFestival
Humana and HumanaVitality partner to offer incentive-based wellness program for members. Check out the details and sample the experience at IdeaFest.
IdeaFestival melds the minds of entrepreneurs, thought leaders, inventors, and problem solvers. Put plainly, healthcare is a problem, so no better place than this festival of fresh ideas for Humana and HumanaVitality to showcase their wellness program as the leading and presenting sponsors of the...
September 20, 2012 - 10:14am
This week's featured adoptable pets at Louisville's Metro Animal Services have a
Older dogs, younger dogs, little dogs, big dogs, adult cats, and young kittens, whatever your preference there is a pet for you waiting for adoption at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Here are this week’s featured pets.
There are so many dogs and cats needing homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services these days that they need families who are willing to adopt a pet in need of a good loving home. Are you a family willing to give a pet in need a second chance at their forever home? If so check out this week's...
September 19, 2012 - 1:33pm
Ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the "Instruments of American Excellence" exhibit at the Kentucky Museum at Western Kentucky University. The collection features over 140 ordinary items from renowned Americans from all fields of study who have achieved extraordinary...
September 18, 2012 - 9:00am
Michael Chioldi
Baritone Michael Chioldi takes on one of his favorite roles, the villainous Scarpia in Tosca, as Kentucky Opera opens its 60th Season. He talks about how he became an opera star, sharing the stage with Pavarotti, his favorite food in Louisville, and nude scenes!
Baritone Michael Chioldi takes on the role of the villainous Scarpia in Kentucky Opera's opening performance of Tosca this Friday night. Puccini's classic tale of love, jealousy, betrayal, and tragedy is a grand entry to ring in the 60th Kentucky Opera season and to welcome back the much-...