July 29, 2012 - 7:03pm
Congratulations to Barry Bernson for winning the 40th annual Dainty Contest by hitting the three inch peg 126 feet. What is the Dainty Contest?
Barry Bernson, a local man who once worked for the University of Louisville and WHAS11 News, had a hit of 126 feet, which won him title at the 40th annual Dainty Contest held in front of Hauck's store on Monday, July 26.  Below is a video of the winning hit courtesy of Kevin Hulsman. Photo...
July 29, 2012 - 7:03pm
It's time for the annual Dainty Contest held in Germantown, and this year's special anniversary is attracting special guests. 
The Germantown-Schnitzelburg neighborhoods will be celebrating their German heritage next week for the 40th year with the Dainty Contest.  The 40th Annual World’s Championship Dainty Contest, traditionally held in the street in front of Hauck’s Handy Store, almost looks like a school field day,...
February 19, 2014 - 2:51pm
Germantown pubs and bars are having their patios shut down due to zoning regulations nearly 40-years-old, and the community is not happy.
If you live in Germantown or are one of its many bar patrons, you have heard of the Alcohol and Beverage Control’s recent crackdown on NachBar's and other neighborhood bars' outdoor m
July 29, 2012 - 7:03pm
Come out to celebrate "endangered" buildings.
The people of the Germantown, Paristown, and Schnitzelburg neighborhoods are known for their devotion to their towns, and they openly celebrate that fact.  The residents of this area have instituted weekly porch-sittings, organize neighborhood potlucks, and this weekend is the fourth annual...
July 29, 2012 - 7:03pm
Lisa Pisterman's first book will tell a visual tale of Germantown history through family photographs. 
Germantown-Schnitzelburg history can be read in several books, but Lisa Pisterman's new book "Images of America: Louisville's Germantown" explores the neighborhood through photographs collected from the neighborhoods' residents.