November 29, 2012 - 5:19pm
Free music shows set for Fourth Street Live
“We hope these free shows, featuring a diverse blend of local talent, will draw people from all over the community to downtown during the holidays where they can enjoy the lights and festivities of the holiday season.”
Live music ranging from jazz and hip hop to gospel and Christmas choirs plus music from international cultures will be featured at free community concerts the first three Saturday evenings in December. The shows, featuring local performers, will take place on the main stage at Fourth Street Live on...
November 27, 2012 - 7:45pm
Carly Johnson and Craig Wagner
Carly Johnson and one of the city’s best guitarists, Craig Wagner teaming up for a super show.
Mayor Greg Fischer has asked us to invite you to a free monthly series showcasing local musicians, artists and performers.  The Mayor’s Music and Art Series is the first Thursday of the month in the Mayor’s Gallery, 4th floor of Metro Hall, 527 W. Jefferson St.The next performance...
November 25, 2012 - 3:53pm
The Kentucky Arts Council is launching its annual Give a Gift Made in Kentucky campaign.
Haven’t started your Christmas shopping yet?  (Dad always said, “They don’t put the good stuff out until Christmas Eve.”)  Well, if you are planning to hit the internet on Cyber Monday, just remember that opportunities abound this holiday season for community-...
November 20, 2012 - 5:49pm
Light Up Louisville
Light Up Louisville begins the day after Thanksgiving
Light Up Louisville begins the day after Thanksgiving (Friday, Nov. 23), with the arrival of Santa Claus who will help illuminate downtown Louisville, followed by fireworks – all centered at new locations – starting from 4th and Main Streets all the way to Fourth Street Live!The big...
November 19, 2012 - 7:02pm
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...