Who is Louisville's 2006 Person of the Year? Read about Louisville Magazine's choice.
Dream game? No. Entertaining? Yes!
Metro Parks designates seven parks for winter sledding.
Let Louisville.com help you make your New Year's Eve plans with our list of "Where to go and What to do" for the /files/storyimages/of 2006!
Come celebrate the holiday season downtown with your family. Visit any one of the participating Second Sunday Family Funday attractions and participate in a fun and educational activity that the whole family can enjoy.
The University of Louisville Football Cardinals ended the season on top of the Big East standings and with a bid to the Orange Bowl. And the way Cards fans travel, you may want to book your trip now!
This year’s free celebration – in the beautifully restored Iroquois Amphitheater on December 9-10, from 6 to 9 p.m. each night – includes a dazzling display of more than 200,000 lights, along with live entertainment, craft activities, games, reindeer rides and a visit from Santa Claus.
Louisville Memorial Auditorium - December 9th
Floral gifts liscensed by Thomas Kinkade have been a favorite with Teleflora customers for five years. A must- have collectible for fans-an unforgettable gift for anyone! Red spray roses, red miniature carnations, million star gypsophila, douglas fir, variegated holly, oregonia.
Make somebody’s holiday shine brightly with this decorative three taper candle centerpiece. It’s perfectly radiant. Roses and fir, along with pinecones, balls and ribbon, adorn three red taper candles in this delux holiday centerpiece.
The perfect plant to say “Merry Christmas.” S/files/storyimages/this decorative red poinsettia, and that special someone will indeed have a merry one. One 6” red poinsettia arrives in a tasteful wicker basket.