May 3, 2014 - 11:17am
The Kentucky Derby may be over, but the party celebrating the most exciting two minutes in sports is still going. Visit our full guide of where to go and what to do this weekend and enjoy Louisville at its best.
The Kentucky Derby may be over, but the party celebrating the most exciting two minutes in sports is still going.  Visit our full guide of where to go and what to do this weekend and enjoy Lou
August 5, 2013 - 12:28pm
Street rods thunder into Louisville this weekend
The 44th annual National Street Rod Association Street Rod Nationals Plus thunders into Louisville this weekend, bringing thousands of street rods and horsepower to the Kentucky Exposition Center.
2013 marks the 44th annual National Street Rod Association Street Rod Nationals Plus, bringing thousands of street rods and other
December 19, 2012 - 3:52pm
Skate--or fall--at outdoor and indoor ice skating rinks in Louisville
Round-up of local ice skating venues and events. Check them out over holiday break!
Looking for a fun family activity over the holiday break? If you haven't taken the kiddos ice skating, add it to your to-do list. Unless you're a transplanted Northerner (I still prefer to think that hailing from Louisville makes me a Southerner), ice skating probably isn't a part of...
December 10, 2012 - 8:39pm
The laughter has stopped...
"Improv had a great four year run and we hope they will return with us to Louisville sometime soon..."
"You've been a great audience.  Be sure to tip your waitress."  The Improv Comedy Club, which has been located at Louisville’s Fourth Street Live! for the past four years, announced today that it has ceased operations.  The Cordish Company—operators of...
November 19, 2012 - 8:02pm
Of course it's a Christmas Tree...
"Of course it's a Christmas Tree. What else would it be?"
Is Louisville Mayor Gregg Fischer the Grinch who stole Christmas?   Well, not exactly.  The Mayor’s PR elves apparently slipped up and sent out a couple of press releases recently, referring to 50-foot blue spruce being erected by Works Department employees over at Fourth Street...