Feel surrounded by "bearded hipsters?" Sick of those "self-important Saint X graduates?" You might find some truth to this map of Louisville.
Third annual Zumba Fitness Party had the Kentucky Derby Festival moving and grooving.
Breakfast. Bourbon. Bets. (And surpisingly good BBQ.)
Give a Hoot and have one too at this community fest that honors the Earth and celebrates Kindness with lots of local arts, businesses and vendors, some of the region's finest musicians and tons of free uplifting activities for people of all ages.
Come watch Barbie get skewered by the crew over at Young, Dumb, and Full Comedy.
Luxury retailer GILT.com will be opening an outlet store in Louisville on April 25, running through May 21th.
If you really love bourbon, you'll want to know where it comes from.
Dance and get fit at the giant Zumba Party.
The return of the NEW Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay has the city eager and excited.
Derby party with Latin-folk fusion music, Jennifer Lawrence gifts, and chef-selected food.
New pop-up gallery in Butchertown
The issue of homeless in Louisville is grabbing the attention this week as Rx housing, a national initiative, moves into Louisville. With the project still in the ground stages, the issue of homelessness in our city is all over the streets. In 2013, there were a total of 8,608 homeless individuals in Louisville metro, according to a study done by the Coalition for the Homeless.