Who knew October tasted so good?
Blood, guts, and covert ops at the Floyd!
It was supposed to be a clash of unbeaten Big East teams. Cincinnati didn't follow the script, but the game is big anyway.
15 Ounce Premium Denim on Lexington Road, makes you want to put up the skirts, and jump into jeans. What is your favorite type of jean? 15 Ounce Premium Denim has a large selection, including skinny, straight, boot, boyfriend and stylish colors.
Wick's Wednesdays always a good time.
Local engineers and science fans spent 24 hours engineering devices that fling food and had a face-off Sunday at their "maker space" on E. Broadway.
After four nights of fabulous fashion and fierce competition under the Big Four Bridge at Waterfront Park, what are the final thoughts on Waterfront Fashion Week? Designers, bloggers and organizers share their viewpoint of Louisville’s first-ever fashion week, from what they liked to what they desire for 2013.
If the thought of spending your Halloween glutting your gut with an unnecessary surplus of additive-filled, sugar-saturated, trick-or-treat candy scares you a bit for your health, have no fear! There are plenty of healthy Halloween alternatives offered in Louisville
The family that explores stuff off the beaten path together, stays together. Or something like that.
The final night of Waterfront Fashion Week 2012 brought glamor and fire to the shows under the tent, presenting Louisville's first-ever fashion week with a proper sendoff into 2013. Whether you missed out on the evening, or just want to relive the magic, this post is all you'll need for the journey.
The third night of Waterfront Fashion Week brought punk rock and romance down the runway, along with a fair bit of minimalism, and dreams of paradise. Want to see what you've missed? Then this piece is for you.
In case you haven't noticed, WDRB's Bill Lamb likes making major statements, most of which he unloads on his "Point of View" news segments. But the biggest recent statement was snatching two top sports columnists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford from the pages of the Courier-Journal.