November 24, 2012 - 3:53pm
The Features give Louisville another great show
Though the audience at Headliners this Thanksgiving Eve did not make The Features feel quite as welcome as they were, the band still put on an amazing show.
The Features returned to Louisville on Wednesday night, bringing their usual loud, grinding rock to a nearly full Headliners Music Hall. Supporting acts included local indie rockers Whistle Peak and The Fervor.The venue was filled with people fairly quickly, and the opening acts captured the...
November 21, 2012 - 2:15pm
Free Thanksgiving Dinner in Louisville
Free dinner for any individuals or families with no questions asked. 1 - 5 pm Thursday, November 22. 650 S Shelby St.
Pagan Community Ministries will be offering their fifth annual free Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow for anyone who is looking for somewhere to go.The dinner last year included a full spread of turkey, vegetables, hams, pies, breads, and side dishes amidst a great community vibe. There was quite an...
November 21, 2012 - 8:00am
Photo courtesy of the Three Dog Bakery
Pick up a treat for your pooch this Thanksgiving at the Three Dog Bakery!
You planned this week for months. You made list after list. You cleaned your home from top to bottom. You did your shopping. You even got a bikini wax. I don't know why, but you did.You thought of absolutely everything involving human food, but dogs are family, too, right? This week, show how...
November 20, 2012 - 7:25pm
Back again: The Features bring their roaring, beat driven rock back to Louisvill
This Thanksgiving Eve, The Features roar back into Louisville
This Wednesday, or Thanksgiving Eve, if you will, The Features will return to Louisville. The show is at Headliners Music Hall.There are countless reasons to love The Features. The band's catchy but quite dirty rock and roll (tainted, of course, with some tasteful synth), two addictive albums,...
November 20, 2012 - 11:45am
UK football coach Joker Phillips carried off the field after win vs. Samford
UK snapped it's losing streak with a win over Samford Saturday and now heads to Knoxville for the most "meh" game of the season.
Has there ever been a time when the Kentucky-Tennessee football season finale was more anti-climatic? OK, probably. But you certainly have to rank this weekend’s game as a Top 5 in the history of shrug inducing games. Kentucky is 2-9 and 0-7 in the SEC. Tennessee is 4-7 and 0-7 in conference...