While it’s fairly simple to find just about anything on the Internet, author Ben Woods says there's one thing that sticks out the most: crazy people. The Developers (King Printing, $13.95, 342 pages, thedevelopersbook.com) mixes the insane and obscene with technology, romance and pop culture.
Easyriders V-Twin Bike Show Tour Celebrating its 20th year! Easyriders Events, presented by Lucas Oil Products, announced that their 11-city Tour is returning to the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky for the sixth year. The third stop on the tour, this one-day event...
January 27-29, 2006 Friday: 2pm-10pmSaturday: 10am-10pmSunday: Noon-6pm
If Music Be the Food of Love 12th Annual fund raising Valentine Dinner Show and Silent AuctionSaturday, February 11, 20066 PM Cocktails6:45 PM Dinner catered by the Galt House8 PM Show of Cherished Love SongsGuest SaxophonistGary FalkLegen
1. Jerry Abramson Mayor of Louisville 2. David Jones Sr.
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium University of LouisvilleUnveils Spectacular Hubble Telescope Image of the Orion NebulaThe Rauch Planetarium is participating in the national unveiling of a breathtaking, mural-sized image of the Great Orion Nebula, a turbulent region of star formation seen...
By EARL COXSports Columnist So the University of Louisville's Gator Bowl isn't in the Bowl Championship Series, but it's not rinky-dink by any means.
By JACOB GLASSNERStaff Writer It’s that time of year when clothes get a little snugger and stairs seem a little steeper. And when the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, the most popular resolution will be to lose weight and get in shape. However, it’s often a resolution that doesn’t last past January.
Utterly fascinating accounts of true Kentucky murder and mayhem, according the Lynn Hightower, author. This book details numerous historical homicides that took place in the Commonwealth between 1826 and 1937.://www.kybooks.com/
Ghosts of Old Louisville
Mayor Jerry Abramson announced a program to help residents recycle their “live” trees after the holidays. The trees will be recycled into mulch at no cost to residents. Individuals in the urban-services district may deposit their trees and greenery curbside starting December 27. Residents...