Sadly many animals were found dead from neglect at a Woodford County, Kentucky farm on Monday. The grisly discovery by authorities found 16 dead horses, a donkey, dogs, cats, and chickens.
Buck Creek Valley Animal Rescue's day one of their fundraisers included a yard sale, pony rides, and concession stand. Today's Sunday auction fundraiser boasts big ticket items that you will want to check out.
Polar bears are fearsome, large and let's face it, pretty darn cute. Celebrate this arctic animal royalty by learning about the dangers they are face with current climate changes.
A Louisvillian and witness to the devastating 2010 earthquake, award-winning journalist Jonathan Katz relays the aftermath in his new book, The Big Truck That Went By. Join him tomorrow, Thursday, February 21st for a special reading and signing at Carmichael’s.
Howl at the Moon celebrates Veteran status on 4th St.
This past fall, I was able to tour the animal rescue non-profit, Raptor Rehabilitation of KY. It completely fed my fascination and love of birds, especially the owl.
A Louisville native, writer Sarah Garland brings her new book, ‘Divided We Fail’, to Carmichael’s Bookstore for a special reading and signing that faces the end of desegregation. Join her Friday, February 15th, at 7pm.
The horses at Buck Creek Valley Animal Rescue need help. The privately owned land that the Rescue operates on faces foreclosure on March 1 if the Rescue cannot raise funds to purchase it. You can help by attending their fundraising event.
Are recyled items blowing across your yard? Overflowing your tiny orange bin? Do yourself a favor and invest in a 95-gallon cart.
Thursday morning was the first day of operation for the repurposed Big Four Bridge as a pedestrian walkway. In this slideshow from Louisville.com fashion writer Cameron Miquelon, the reader will get to see the experience in a (literally) different light.
You won’t need hiking boots in the suburbs, but an adventurous spirit doesn’t hurt. Join Sean Patrick Hill at The Summit area Barnes & Noble for a signing of his book, ‘Hiking Kentucky’s Red River Gorge’ tomorrow, February 9th, at noon.
Sustain Louisville is a plan filled with initiatives meant to make our city a greener and healthier place to live. Better yet, Mayor Greg Fischer is giving us all a chance to weigh in on this plan. What could be healthier than expressing our opinions?