July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
If you aren't concerned about this disease maybe you should take a minute and read this. The reason I say this is because most people with this disease do not know they have it.
On February 25 Louisville is holding an awareness tour from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. about the Celiac disease at the Clifton Center (2117 Payne Street, 40206). If you aren't concerned about this disease maybe you should take a minute and read this. The reason I say this is because most people with this...
August 25, 2011 - 9:52am
Andy Grammer opened at Brown Theatre for Colbie Caillat Wednesday night and showed Louisville that he does more than sing that "Keep Your Head Up" song. Grammer's multi-dimensional talent and enthusiastic performance left the crowd smiling and humming to themselves.
Decorative pillows and earthy tones covered the stage. Wicker baskets, paper lanterns and strings of large round-bulb lights adorned the set in front of an excited crowd. At 7:30 sharp, Andy Grammer casually walked out on stage and greeted Louisville’s Brown Theatre.“What’s up...
March 11, 2011 - 9:44am
The King is coming back to Louisville! That's right yet another Elvis sighting.
The name Elvis conjures up visions of hip shaking, gold records, and screaming women—the likes of which are rarely seen to the scale that the young man from Mississippi was able to create. And, it’s just those visions that the Elvis Presley Graceland Museum is trying to cultivate with its recent...
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
The mother-daughter duo The Judds will be at the KFC YUM! Center on December 2, 2010 as part of their first tour in over ten years. In addition to their tour, they are about to launch their own tv series with the Oprah Winfrey Network and receive a career achievement award.
I was in middle school and a sheltered teen in Texas that wasn’t allowed to listen to much. For some reason, country music was more acceptable than others,  so it wasn’t long before I was introduced to Wynona Judd.  I think I felt a bit connected to her because she was also a redhead from...
December 2, 2010 - 12:28am
Head underground to warm your bodies and spirits with this merry display.
With snow flurries and high temperatures in the 30s, it seems that winter is in full swing in Louisville. It is the perfect time to visit the Louisville Mega Caverns to warm up with their annual holiday fest, Lights Under Louisville.