November 12, 2012 - 4:47pm
The Louisville Equestrian Center now offering a new adult 6 week riding/horseman
Are you an adult who has always dreamed about learning more about horses? If so then the Louisville Equestrian Center's new adult program called EQuest might be just for you.
Are you an adult within the Louisville area who has always dreamed of learning more about horses? If so then the Louisville Equestrian Center (LEC) may have just the program tailored to you. EQuest is the new 6 week program that LEC is beginning on November 17 and runs for 6 weeks.Participants will...
October 31, 2012 - 11:35am
In the fun spirit of Halloween this week’s featured adoptable pets at Louisville
We are getting into the Halloween spirit here at Louisville.com by featuring all black adoptable pets at Louisville's Metro Animal Services. Why we even have a black bunny rabbit in this week's article.
 Metro Animal Services has many adoptable pets that have beautiful black gleaming coats and we are featuring them this week in the fun spirit of Halloween. Meet this friendly young 7 month old fellow. He is a lab mix and weighs about 30 pounds, has a gorgeous shiny black coat. This guy...
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 27, 2012 - 8:29pm
RAZZLE DAZZLE! is a throwback to the great Thoroughbred Chorus shows of old, with great family entertainment and unbelievable harmonies. Our guest quartet from Nashville is the uproarious LUNCH BREAK, one of the funniest and most talented groups in the Barbershop Harmony Society. Under the...
October 26, 2012 - 9:45am
Showers bring flowers for German Paristown’s public rain garden [Local Profiles]
Steve Magre, Volunteer Administrator of the German Paristown Neighborhood Association, is singing in the rain these days as the neighborhood’s public rain garden uses rainwater to produce lush grounds.
 No rain no gain is the motto for German Paristown’s new public rain garden, located at Swan and Ellison near Oak Street. According to Steve Magre, Volunteer Administrator of GPNA, the area was in constant danger of flooding during heavy rain, backing up street traffic and oftentimes...