No Louisvillian should ever grow tired of a good story from Waverly Hills Sanitarium. Join author James Market at The Summit area Barnes & Noble for a special signing of his new book, ‘A White Wind Blew’, tonight, March 7th, at 6:30pm.
Fun-for-all (Irish or not) at annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Highlands. Parade begins at Broadway and Baxter at 3PM.
A boy's best friend is his mother...
Three-time Kentucky Derby winner Calvin Borel hits a milestone.
Tinkering, toying and maybe some puffs of smoke – author Jon Gertner brings his new book, ‘The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation’, to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tonight, March 6th, at 7pm.
Here is a chance to have a great time getting into the Derby mood and help retired thoroughbred racehorses find new homes at the same time. Second Stride will be having their 2nd Annual Kentucky Derby Party fundraiser at Molly Malone's on Baxter Avenue on April 29.
First Pervis, then Angel and now another overall first round pick set to make his debut.
The choice between dreams and escape is not easy in Cry Old Kingdom, which Actors Theatre will present as part of the Humana Fesival beginning Friday.
Louisville doesn't have a children's museum. A lot of folks think the families in the Derby City should have one. Want to find out more? Come to one of two community meetings: 3/8 and 3/24.
This movie is ALSO like a box o' chocolates.
The Spring Run Stables Spring Dressage Show on April 14 is a great way to kick off the show season.
March means one thing: basketball, and Freedom Hall welcomes the NCAA Division II tournament in several rounds that should prove to be exciting.