Local news for April 18, 2011
This Louisville music landmark is still ranked high on Rolling Stone's list. But, how high?
Once the show starts, barge workers head into a container — like a transport container you’d see on a train — and close the doors. They never actually see the show. All you hear is thumping. It sounds like a war zone.
Fruit and nut tree workshop at Bernheim Forest Saturday morning.
Owning your own business can be easier than you think, Louisville's newest radio show proclaims.
Radio station will turn controls over to Louisville law enforcement for opening of broadcast this Saturday.
Local news for April 15, 2011
One year, though, it rained badly on Oaks night, and we were using squeegees and vacuums on the red carpet the following morning because we didn’t want these celebrities to hear their shoes make squishing noises
She may be known for her successful weight-loss empire, but Jenny Craig has another livelihood: horse racing.
I never invite people to Derby but have accepted the fact that if you live in Louisville, they will come. Actually, I’m not convinced my out-of-town friends realize Louisville exists when it’s not Derby Weekend.
About 10,000 passengers are expected to choose TARC and avoid parking hassles for the annual fireworks event on the river this year.
You think I know when I’m going to fall off a horse? No, sir, you’re absolutely wrong. If I knew it was coming, then I’d prevent it from happening. When I’m falling, the first thing that happens is a feeling of shock.