October 11, 2012 - 7:32pm
Fourth Street Live!
“The study clearly shows that our investment in Fourth Street Live has been wise for our city and for the state in general,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.
Louisville’s premier entertainment district—Fourth Street Live—has been an important catalyst for downtown’s growth during the last decade, and the taxpayers, who helped build the entertainment district through various incentives, will be happy to learn that they have...
September 21, 2012 - 9:15am
The Idea Festival's tastiest event outdoes itself this year [Dining]
Where else could you find creative dishes, good Kentucky bourbon and a guy who got the honor of holding a giant orange fork?
The 2012 Idea Festival's Taste of Innovation event left the taste of Braised Beef Cheeks on the palate and left the air buzzing with new and inventive food combinations at Churchill Downs last night. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer even took home the newly christened Orange Fork Award as the...
September 17, 2012 - 4:19pm
Cheyenne Mize
“We wanted to create the opportunity to enjoy a performance in the unique setting of Metro Hall, which is the people’s building. We’ll be featuring an eclectic mix of great performers and artists.”
A new monthly series showcasing local and regional musicians and artists will be held in the historic setting of Louisville Metro Hall downtown, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.  “Louisville has an international reputation for local music, as well as performing and visual arts,...
August 24, 2012 - 9:15pm
The Louisville Clock
Whimsical, beautiful, and a wonderful piece of art, this folk art style clock is truly a sight to behold.
Friday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. Mayor Greg Fischer formally rededicated the spectacular Louisville Clock—formerly known as the Derby Clock—at it’s new resting place on Fourth Street, near Broadway, at Theatre Square.  After rusting away for almost 20 years, the refurbished...
August 23, 2012 - 5:35pm
Best of Web 2012
The Best of the Web awards recognize outstanding government portals and websites based on innovation, functionality and efficiency. Louisville’s website took the top prize for its focus on making city services and government widely available online.
Louisville Metro Government has been awarded first place in the Center for Digital Government’s annual Best of the Web competition, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today. After finishing in the top four every year since 2006 including two consecutive second place finishes in 2010 and 2011, www....