After missing the NCAA tournament for the first time under John Calipari, the Kentucky Wildcats quickly demonstrated they had little interest in the NIT, falling to Robert Morris 59-57 in Moon Township PA Tuesday night.
Witness the journey of nine girls from around the world as they seek for proper and equal education.
Dig a little little deeper for your family roots at Genealogy Day at the Louisville Free Public Library-Main Branch this Saturday, March 23rd.
Second Stride will be celebrating all their successful 2012 Thoroughbred adoptions and kicking off the horse show and race season at Bistro 42. Enjoy great food, drink, a silent auction and raffles will be going on. Come on out and celebrate with them and enjoy this horsey themed fundraiser.
It's not the yoga pants. It's not the downward dog. There's just a bigger reason why she doesn't want to go.
The lights are going to be up, the sound’s going to be lower and the folks seeing it will be mainly families with disabilities, such as autism or Down syndrome, who want to go see a movie but don’t want to have the problem of a child being loud or disruptive.”
If you’re planning on being in the Louisville Area during your child’s spring break, you may be interested in a variety of spring break camps or touring the city yourself during April 1-5.
Presenting Satyajit Ray's 1960 meditiation on religion and superstition.
The true story of British soldier T.E. Lawrence and his wartime exploits in the Middle East.
Thoroughreds For All event to promote retired thoroughbred racehorse adoptions. This educational event to feature Kentucky Derby winning Jockey Chris McCarron and Olympic Gold Medalist Eventer Phillip Dutton.
Believe it or not Hemingway and Bat do have an important thing in common.
A bizzare man. A funny name.