Time to get caught up on everything Bats with the latest, freshest edition of YOUR Bats Sunday Notebook.
The Bats kept battling Saturday night and were rewarded with a walk-off win.
Judith Jennings, the executive director for the Kentucky Foundation for Women, will discuss the inspiring life of local activist Helen Matthews Lewis as she brings her book ‘Helen Matthews Lewis: Living Social Justice in Appalachia’ to Carmichael’s Bookstore today, July 14th, at 4pm.
Delicious chicken dinners, beautiful handmade quilts, raffles, cake walk, silent auction items, games and booths galore, and much much more. Yep, it is a good old fashion church picnic at St. Mary's Navilleton Catholic Church and you are all invited.
The Louisville Bats busted out of their season long slump with a 22-1 beatdown of the Gwinnett Braves Friday night.
Adoptable doggie Gizmo is awaiting his forever home along with his other adoptable buddies at Louisville Metro Animal Services. See if any of this week's featured adoptable pets can be your new buddy.
Those ultra elegant Saddlebred Horses and Hackney Ponies will be on display at the Annual Shelbyville Horse Show -on August 1-4.
The first installments in the Louisville Palace Summer Film Series include a comedy by one of the greatest filmmakers in history - Charlie Chaplin - plus a Frank Capra film.
Not your typical sports movie (which is a cliched thing to say, but it's true).
Shop smart! Shop S-Mart!
Louisville’s own New York Times Best Selling Author, Elizabeth Bevarly, re-releases her 2002 book, The Ring on Her Finger, in eBook format.
The Bats dropped their 60th game of the season despite a great debut from top prospect Didi Gregorius.