The dog days of August-hot and humid, still full of fun.
There's a lot of sights to see around Louisville, and what better way to do it than on a bicycle built for two?
300 Kentuckiana children learn about the art and science of healthy living at the First Annual Boys and Girls Club Science Week sponsored by Yum! Brands Foundation and the Kentucky Science Center at five area boys and girls clubs.
Get ready to "Glow So Hard" at Glow Go 5k illuminated by Sun Tan City and Planet Fitness, benefiting RaiseRED.
Toddler Tuesdays: bringing you Louisville, local ideas to keep your toddler entertained.
Kentucky State Representative Tom Riner and social reformer Claudia Riner joined with Dr. T. Colin Campbell, author of the China Study, to bring the benefits of a plant based-diet to the Kentucky General Assembly. Their efforts are the subject of a documentary film now in process, the final chapter of which was filmed in Louisville on July 12, 2014 at a grassroots rally at Iroquois Ampitheater.
Summer is officially here and smooth skin is in. Finding a locally made product can be almost impossible but we’ve searched high and low and found an Odd Red Head to assist us in our search.
Another week, another trail to hike. This was a good one, and challenging for some unique reasons.
But can Bourbon Street handle him?
Kids of all ages have opportunities for getting active, performing, becoming more literary, volunteering, and more around the city.
Locally made mimosa bath bombs? Yes please.
For a nominal membership fee you can have access to a fully stocked bike repair shop - it's DIY, so bring your elbow grease and get ready for a great new addition to Louisville's bike culture.