see Catching Fire, get deals in NuLu, see MGMT, and hit NoWhere Bar
The Louisville vegetarian scene is pretty delicious. Here are 5 reasons why.
Attend a story slam and book signing, eat at hot new restaurants and shop til you drop
Wanna join the gyrating masses but don't know how? Here are a few easy rules to remember when getting your groove on. (yeah, I used an outdated idiom, what?)
The Bard’s Town lounge slowly filled as people trickled to dark tables with their drinks, while the small wooden stage was illuminated by twinkling red Christmas lights loosely wrapped around the industrial heating pipes. One by one, people approached the microphone – some nervous, some eager, some holding paper, some note-free. They recited haikus, sonnets, open letters, verses on love, and a particular poem which consistently referenced the Woody Allen movie, “Sleeper.”
If you want to shake it every single weeknight in Louisville, you can!
The Vixens have gone all out to put together a show full of wonders, wit, and warbles. From the adorable little clown Pierro and stiltwalking belle to the stronglady vocalist and bearded lady aerialist, you'll see everything you'd expect at a carnivale.
It's your chance to run away with the carnival! I don't mean some smelly roadside attraction with shifty folks. I mean a busload of beautiful women! It's like a steam dream come true! The next Va Va Vixens show, "Va va Carnivale" will be opening Thursday at Headliners Music Hall; the show features a bearded lady, a unicorn carousel, large kitty contortionists, a band of sultry gypsies, and much more!
Shake it for $5 at these affordable Zumba classes, no strings attached.
The comedic group presented a "roast" of dad musicians with jokes that probably had the represented musicians rolling in their graves.
Saturday, July 27, anyone and everyone can dance on stage at Whitney Hall. Two National Dance Day routines will have you moving like a star.