Saturday morning, the Kentucky-Southeast Indiana chapter of the National MS Society held their third annual Walk MS Louisville kick off party at Drinkswell, where various donut sculpture teams built their own donutopias in celebration of the charity.
In the end, UK’s bad losses outweighed its good wins, especially in the wake of losing star player Nerlens Noel to injury, as they became the first defending champion to be left out of the NCAA tournament since 2010.
Close to home and Atlanta bound all at the same time.
If you left at halftime, you don't know how that headline makes sense.
After a thrilling victory over then #11 Florida last week, many thought UK was safely in the NCAA tournament. After falling to Vanderbilt they’re right back on the bubble.
Can the Cards win the final meaningful Big East Tournament? One more night and we'll find out.
There are several dogs who are out of time and are on the urgent list at Metro Animal Services. They need immediate adoption or foster homes or they face euthanasia.
Two centuries later, and people are still obsessed. Join the fine folks of the Jane Austen Society tonight at Locust Grove for a special celebration of the classic novel starting at 7pm.
See Jacques Cousteau's legendary documentary and meet Bob Braunbeck, Cousteau's helicopter pilot.
This makes me so full of the Crazy that I can’t even speak. Wonderful. Join author Andrew Shaffer tomorrow, Saturday, March 16th, at Carmichael’s Bookstore for a special reading and signings of his new book, ‘Literary Rogues: A Scandalous History of Wayward Authors’.
The best and brightest of our city's teenage filmmakers will be showcased at the library tomorrow.
The story of Leonie, mother of master sculptor Isamu Noguchi.