This isn't a leisurely ride in the park. The bike racing scene is Louisville is more active than you think, and growing larger thanks to the support of newer, bigger sponsors.
The biggest thing in golf is just under a year away from taking over the town. Oh yes...there are still tickets available. BUT they're limited and randomly available. The deadline looms! Read on...and hit them well.
Only Bardstown Road could do Halloween like this. Go local and get your ghoul on with one of the most unique neighborhoods in our city.
Each year, the Friends of the Waterfront presents the Silver Anchor Awards to individuals, groups or companies who demonstrate a sincere commitment to the development of the Louisville area waterfront. RiverPark Place, the Waterfront District's largest residential development takes the 2007 honor for helping to transform the area.
Everybody has a story. Every family has a history. Now, everybody has a chance to share theirs with the world and have it preserved in a snapshot of Americana.
Translation: Get out of the house and have a beer! The quintessential outdoor celebration of Fall and the River City’s rich German heritage returns again in 2007 with great food, great music, and (of course) beer.
Crowds of people looking for inspiration. White tents as far as the eye can see. Blue skies, sunshine, and the feeling that the next great American artist might be mixed into the crowd somewhere. Yes, St. James is right around the corner and there are some new things in store. See what's happening and make your plans!
Courtesy of Today's Woman Magazine . As chairwoman of this year’s Bourbon Ball, Debbie Huddleston is busy working on plans for the early October event. She became involved in the Kentucky Museum of Arts and Craft (KMAC) because of her passion for sustaining a place that showcases Kentucky's rich art and craft heritage.
Can you imagine having three kids under 1 year old? The Louisville Zoo just added their third with the adoption of a new siamang named Sungai! (Photo by Kara Bussburger/The Louisville Zoo)
4th Street Live gets a shot of salvation as popular program featuring area praise and worship bands heads to the downtown entertainment district.
Enjoy quiz-show radio that's "more fun than a barrel full of senators" and features nationally recognized commentators and comedians.