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....
August 29, 2012 - 5:47pm
WorldFest 2012
Exciting world music will come from more than 35 bands and performers while more than 30 food vendors and nearly 150 booths provide a global sampling of cuisine and culture.
WorldFest—one of the region’s largest international festivals—celebrates its 10th anniversary with three days of expanded world food, music, dance and culture this Labor Day weekend, downtown on Louisville’s Belvedere.  Exciting world music will come from more than 35...
July 20, 2012 - 1:34pm
Kindergarten Countdown
“I want our kids to get excited about the first day of school, and I want parents to know how to prepare their children for this important first step on the path of lifelong learning.”
Hundreds of 5-year-olds are expected to swarm Slugger Field the night of July 23 for the city’s annual Kindergarten Countdown Fair. The event is designed to help prepare students entering school for the first time.“Kindergarten is an important milestone,” Mayor Greg Fischer said...