July 6, 2011 - 11:53am
After taking two of the first three games from the division-leading Columbus Clippers, the Louisville Bats look serious about making a run for 1st place in the season's second half.
After an impressive Independence Day duel with the Clippers that ended in a walk-off 13th inning victory for the Bats and a dominating performance Tuesday night, the Bats will try and sweep the 1st place Clippers tonight at Slugger Field.
July 6, 2011 - 9:54am
Could a return be on the horizon? The Kentucky Colonels once reigned supreme in the American Basketball Association and many attempts to lure a pro team back to The 'Ville have been unsuccessful.
It’s true; Louisville is not new to the professional sporting stage. The city of Louisville has played host to the National Football League, American Basketball Association and Major League Baseball over the course of the last century or more. Most recently though, the Kentucky Colonels...
July 5, 2011 - 4:16pm
Mondo Wrestling A Go Go is the brainchild of wrestling super star Al Snow and brings together wrestlers and burlesque/circus acts.
Wrestling super star Al Snow has expanded his interests by mixing local OVW wrestlers with local Burlesque crew Cirque Airotic. The result is Mondo Wrestling-A-Go-Go, a show being done at OVW's Davis Arena.
July 4, 2011 - 9:00am
Just what makes a perfect July 4th in the city of Louisville?
I ask you what can get somebody in the mood for fourth of July in the best possible traditional sense in the state of Kentucky?Eating twelve consecutive apple pies in one sitting? After all nothing is more American than Apple Pie! No, and I would wager that that could cause some health issues...
July 29, 2012 - 6:50pm
Animal Kingdom will not race the remainder of the year.
It was just announced that Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom will miss the remainder of the racing year due to an injury suffered in the Belmont Stakes. The injury is believed to have occurred when Animal Kingdom clipped heels near the start of the Belmont, nearly stumbled to the ground, ...