If you participate in the equestrian sport of eventing then you don't want to miss the upcoming clinic by top eventer Stephen Bradley at Spring Run Farm on November 30 through December 2.
This week's featured adoptable pets from Louisville's Metro Animal Services would love to be in their forever homes by the Holidays. They need responsible pet owners to come to their rescue.
Bernheim's amazing tree sculpture by Patrick Dougherty rivals any playground and check out upcoming night hikes and night sky watches this fall.
This week we feature both adult dogs and young puppies, and one very pretty young kitten. Louisville Metro Animal Services has over two hundred adoptable pets that need their forever homes.
Are you an adult who has always dreamed about learning more about horses? If so then the Louisville Equestrian Center's new adult program called EQuest might be just for you.
Have you ever seen a butterfly flutterby? Well, if not, you can on Sunday at the Louisville Science Center.
We are getting into the Halloween spirit here at Louisville.com by featuring all black adoptable pets at Louisville's Metro Animal Services. Why we even have a black bunny rabbit in this week's article.
Nothing like a supervolcano to brighten up a rainy day! Trek it out to Carmichael’s tonight, kids, and join author Mike Mullin as he presents his new book in the ‘Ashfall’ series, ‘Ashen Winter’ at 7pm.
Say the word "hootenanny" and try not to smile. I dare you.
Steve Magre, Volunteer Administrator of the German Paristown Neighborhood Association, is singing in the rain these days as the neighborhood’s public rain garden uses rainwater to produce lush grounds.
The final 2012 mini horse trial of the local 42 Fleur De Lis Mini Trial Series to be held at Flying Cross Farm on November 11. This is a great local series to learn more about the sport of eventing.
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.