All the other sports media got it wrong. Coach Strong remains with the Card Nation.
Louisville Magazine turned it up to 11 with their final launch party of 2012, in celebration of the December 2012 "Music Issue." Whether you were there or would have liked to have been, here is a recap of the monthly gathering, this time held under the majestic architectural and artistic wonder that is The Louisville Palace.
Nashville, Tenn. fashion house Leona will be hosting a trunk show this weekend at Clodhoppers. Whether you're looking for something sweet or sexy this holiday season, Leona has the right piece for your closet, celebrating its 10th season by taking a trip to the 1960s in the most glamorous way possible.
Homeless pets would love to be in a new home by the Holidays. What a great way to celebrate the Holidays by giving one of these featured pets a great new home.
Touting her book, ‘Kentucky Folktales: Revealing Stories, Truths, and Outright Lies’, author and storyteller Mary Hamilton will be on hand this Saturday, December 8th, at The Summit Barnes & Noble. Join her at noon for a signing and a spooky reading – just to further the Holiday spirit, of course.
You'll want to shoot your eye out if you miss Bob Clark's holiday classic on the big screen!
In their first real road game, the Cards came up as big as advertised.
Looking for affordable holiday shopping, great bargains, and a free photo with Santa? Head to the Expo Center this weekend.
You want to take your children to The Nutcracker this year. But you don't want to go broke in the process. Inexpensive tickets but impressive ballet await you at Sacred Heart School for the Arts' The Nutcracker this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (December 7-9).
After losing two straight, including at home for the first time under head coach John Calipari, the Wildcats get some help from the schedule with home games against Samford and Portland.
Karl Schmitt has been working behind the scenes with Louisville sports tirelessly for years now, and his work certainly makes him a stand-out in the city's sports community.
The Kentucky Center's Education and Community Outreach programs are the "Charity of the Week" at Big Al's Thrift Store this week.