December 17, 2012 - 4:19am
Sluggers Warehouse
“This facility will be of great benefit to many young people in the Fairdale Youth, Prairie Village and Okolona Youth Baseball/Softball leagues.”
South Louisville’s newest business enterprise is dedicated to America’s favorite pastime and is ready to help anyone young or old improve their skill while reinforcing their love for the game of baseball.  Sluggers Warehouse held its Grand Opening last weekend.“I am thrilled...
October 12, 2012 - 12:35pm
This weekend...
“Every year this Festival brings to the community a sense of pride and fun. The organizers of this event have once again planned something for everyone and it I something to look forward to”
It is an event that brings more than 20,000 people out to the Sun Valley Community Park for a weekend in October. The 27th Annual Southwest Festival is set for the weekend of October 13th. It is not only a fun event for young and old alike but it also helps Southwest Community Ministries.“...
September 4, 2012 - 5:50pm
Photos from last year's "Taste of South Louisville"
“The people of South Louisville already know what delicacies we have in our area. Now, everyone will see that you can go many places in South Louisville to find great food.”
Where can you taste great food and give a helping hand to those in need? The answer can be found at the Third Annual “Taste of South Louisville” on Saturday, September 8th at Bellarmine University.“This is such a fun event for our community” says Councilman Dan Johnson (D-21...
June 27, 2012 - 4:25pm
Riverview Festival
There will be food from Mike Linnig's, Ron's Hot Dogs, and Ehrlers Ice Cream. Music will be provided by Louisville’s favorite band, The Monarchs, along with appearances by 31W and Ode 2 the Gnu.
The good folks in Southwest Louisville are getting a jump on 4th of July festivities this year, with their Riverview Park Independence Festival this Saturday, June 30, from 3:00 p.m., until 10:00 p.m., at the Park on Greenwood Road (see map, below).There will be food from Mike Linnig's, Ron...
March 1, 2012 - 8:46pm
Tempest in a teapot?
We reviewed the proposed changes to the Landmarks Ordinance, and had difficulty understanding what all the hubbub was about. Much of the panicked opposition to the proposed changes is coming from people who obviously not taken the time to read the pending ordinance.
A couple of weeks ago, the Courier-Journal ran an editorial (probably written by Keith Runyon, but understandably unsigned) suggesting that our local government had declared war on historic preservation:  “Mayor Greg Fischer and … members of the Metro Council have shown disdain...