Inventive planning and follow-through turned a decidedly feminine living space into a smartly designed "autobiographical" bachelor pad for car-eschewing condo owner Pat Southall.
All categories - history, fiction, mystery, crafts, cookbooks, children's, antiquarian, reference, humor, books of Kentucky interest, and much more. DVDs, CDs, and audio books available. Book prices begin at fifty cents!
With more than 500 vendors, entertaining demonstrations and informative seminars, there?s plenty to tempt homeowners to give HGTV a break and head out to the Show the week/files/storyimages/of March 9-11.
Find out which downtown streets will be closed and where to expect delays.
Pull up a chair and enjoy a bit of Kentucky music on Saturday evening, March 10th, 7:30, at Crescent Hill Presbyterian Church.
New cabinet designs — as well as places to add cabinet space — are allowing homeowners to keep every cooking gadget, work tool and play thing within easy view and easy reach.
Fun filled week/files/storyimages/of free drawings, gift baskets, special discounts, demonstrations, music, food and the start of shakin’ those winter blah’s! Don’t miss the fun!
“Downtown Louisville: We’ve Got Space 4U” - New campaign spotlights downtown parking.
Louisville Zoo Keeper Joanne Luyster got a big surprise when she recently checked on Kaya, a bongo that arrived in December from Toledo Zoo in Ohio.
Talking about the incident more than a year after her uncle was mauled and killed by two free-roaming pit bull dogs as he walked in Louisville’s West End, Lisa Pittman’s voice still cracks and tears still flow.
City-wide celebration kicks off two-day event with downtown parade on Friday, February 16.
AmericanStyle magazine readers’ poll has revealed America’s favorite art fairs and festivals and Kentucky Crafted: The Market won the top spot this year. See for yourself March 3-4.