November 19, 2013 - 10:24pm
I propose a new bumper sticker. One that says “I’m part of the .03%.”
Sitting amongst rows of neon and Spandex are clusters of people also dressed in neon and Spandex—stretching, drinking (hydrating) from handy little squeeze bottles, and discussing upcoming ra
March 5, 2013 - 12:43pm
Louisville doesn't have a children's museum. A lot of folks think the families in the Derby City should have one. Want to find out more? Come to one of two community meetings: 3/8 and 3/24.
There has been a lot of chatter about building a children's museum in Louisville. WHAS and WDRB have profiled the Louisville Children's Museum, local businesses like Uptown Art, Comfy Cow, and The Artist in You have hosted fundraisers, and...
February 8, 2013 - 5:01pm
Thursday morning was the first day of operation for the repurposed Big Four Bridge as a pedestrian walkway. In this slideshow from Louisville.com fashion writer Cameron Miquelon, the reader will get to see the experience in a (literally) different light.
Photos: Cameron Miquelon/Louisville.com.
June 10, 2012 - 7:42pm
David Inman’s book, "Louisville Television," is an essential guide for newbies wishing to plumb the depths of the psyches of Louisvillians; as well as a nostalgic trip down memory lane for long-time residents of Derby City.
Newcomers to Louisville generally have a puzzled look on their faces whenever one of us old-timers begins to talk about the local television programs we watched, back in the day. Our beloved T-Bar-V Ranch went off the air in 1970, but ask any Louisville baby boomer to sing the theme song and...
January 31, 2012 - 11:00am
Paul Rogers has been the voice of the University of Louisville Cardinals for years now, but more than that he's been the voice of local athletics for even longer- as such, this Sports legends segment takes a look at Roger's sports impact on the Derby City.
At the age of 25 a young man came out of the University of Kentucky, accepting a position as a sportscaster with WHAS television for their major television broadcasts.That man was a young Paul Rogers, and he had been thrown into the mix by local broadcasting giant Cawood Ledford, armed with a...