In Louisville, April is set to be a very busy month as we look ahead at the month in a sports calendar of sorts.
Show it again, Tinseltown.
This Friday from 7 to 11 a.m., The Café will host the inaugural Derby Hat Fashion Breakfast, benefiting the Victoria's Hope Fund with the help of Revelry Boutique Gallery and The Hanger.
Sign up now for the spring semester of music classes with Heartland Music Together for children ages 0-7.
If you find that your V Burger has slices of Derby hat under the V-12 Sauce, that's no accident. Beginning this Wednesday evening through Derby, Varanese and The Secret Boutique will co-host the fifth annual Hats on the Avenue series of fashion shows, featuring looks from the boutique alongside half-price bottles of wine and live music.
Kevin Ware feels better but the recovery has just begun.
Peter Weir's debut feature kicks off the Louisville Film Society's April Cine-Club.
Presenting the Oscar-nominated film of war and abduction.
In 1986 the University of Louisville men's basketball team managed to do something many weren't counting on; this is that team's story.
Louisville.com's prayers go out to Kevin Ware and wish him the best in his recovery.
The Cardinals keep doing its Big Dance in Indy.
Local author L Andrew Cooper is holding a contest on his Facebook page. Winner to be announced Sunday at Nashville's Full Moon Horror Festival