July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Kentucky Derby 138: The parties [Food & dining]
The Kentucky Derby itself, of course, is just two minutes of one the city's greatest party weekend. Louisville.com dispatched its writers and photographers to bring the party to the Internets. Here are their field reports.
The Kentucky Derby itself, of course, is just two minutes of one the city's greatest party weekend. Louisville.com dispatched its writers and photographers to bring the party to the Internets. Here are their field reports.WednesdayJocktails Kentucky Derby 2012 slideshow: Are you in it?Thursday
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Check out pictures from Monday night's concert on the Waterfront with George Clinton and company.
May 1st, Waterfront ParkPhotos by Ryan Armbrust | SniperPhotography.com
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Party Recap: Ferdinand's Ball 2012
Ferdinand’s Ball was a winning success for guests and the event’s beneficiary - Old Friends Equine. We have many photos of the event.
It didn’t matter whether you were a celebrity or a local person from the community just wanting to help the horses at Old Friends Equine, the event‘s beneficiary, Ferdinand’s Ball Founders Kim Boyle and Aimee Wulfeck made sure all guests were treated like royalty.
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Cyndi Lauper shows true colors, drops f bomb at Kentucky Derby Festival Pegasus
The 2012 Kentucky Derby Festival began with North America's largest fireworks display and ended with an f bomb heard 'round the Watterson when Cyndi Lauper cussed out a microphone tech at today's Pegasus Parade.
The 2012 Kentucky Derby Festival began with North America's largest fireworks display and ended with an f bomb heard 'round the Watterson when Cyndi Lauper cussed out a microphone tech at today's Pegasus Parade.Photo: YouTube/WAVE 3
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Jocktails Kentucky Derby 2012 slideshow: Are you in it? [Food & dining]
Last night guests at a packed Prime Lounge—including those pictured in the following slideshow—donated more than $2,800 to the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund. The premise is simple: the jockeys poured Woodford Reserve drinks to the crowd and donated all the tips to the fund.
Last night guests at a packed Prime Lounge—including those pictured in the following slideshow—donated more than $2,800 to the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund. The premise is simple: the jockeys poured Woodford Reserve drinks to the crowd and donated all the tips to the fund.The...