Apassionata cancels three of four added performances scheduled for May 11-13 at Freedom Hall. Sunday, May 13 at 3pm performance is still on.
The Louisville Bats continued to find ways to lose Tuesday night, scoring four runs in the seventh only to allow six in the eighth.
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The Bats can't get ahead. That theme continued Monday night.
The forecast called for a chance of severe thunderstorms, and the press release humbly read ‘Maxim and BlackRock Stables invite an influential guest list of celebrities, athletes and tastemakers to an exclusive private bash to experience [The] Kentucky Derby…” making the storm almost sound more dangerous. The torrential downpour did eventually arrive; it closed the red carpet, sent props and riggings crashing to the ground – Mother Nature huffed-and-puffed with all her might but couldn’t stop the annual Fillies & Stallions Party raging inside the Mellwood Arts Center on Friday, May 4th 2012. Mother Nature tried to crash, but couldn't get a ticket.
Big hat? Check. Drink? Check. Spirit of the season? Nope.
It was the question I was asked the most during Derby week.
Health care professionals proved they can party with the best of us by getting down at a Derby Party fit for a Disney musical number.
Recently I sought out on a quest to secure a collection of autographs for future delivery- this is that story
The Bats' 12-game roadtrip finally ended Sunday in disappointing fashion.
Oaks behind me, I needed Oats. On Derby morning, I was tasked with breakfast, both personally and professionally. The Historic Homes Foundation was nice enough to invite my wife and I, along with media sponsor Garden & Gun magazine, to the 34th Annual Historic Homes Foundation Derby Breakfast at Farmington Historical Plantation. The Plantation is nestled next to Sullivan University, and when I say ‘nestled’, I am speaking of the one-lane tree-lined road along the student dorms. This secluded road leads to what used to house a 50-acre hemp plantation built for John and Lucy Speed during 1815 and is now a national historic treasure.