Louisville is never lacking in the poetry department. Kick off the first official day of Autumn with some poetic license at A Reader’s Corner Bookstore this Saturday, September 22nd, at 5:30pm.
The Kentuckiana Pug Rescue 2013 Calendar Contest is coming to an end. Help the writer's pug, Macie, become a Calendar Pug!
Featuring the true story of the Mejia family, who lived in America for seventeen years before being forcibly deported.
The Louisville Sports Commission has announced the winner of it's Howard Schnellenberger Award and has announced the new watch list of athletes for the Paul Hornung Award.
All the details about the 2nd Annual Roots and Shoots Day of Peace Celebration, and all the reasons you should attend the 3rd annual celebration next year.
University of Louisville Polo Team to host a polo match fundraiser for the care of their string of polo ponies and to raise funds for their club on September 22. Family fun activities to include tailgating fun, live music by the Tunesmiths, raffles, silent auction, and kids activities. Come picnic with the ponies.
Kids can play and parents can win free stuff...a win/win at Preschool Play Area Parties at the Summit
Because what teenager isn’t obsessed with Edgar Allan Poe? Catch the next installment in Kelly Creagh’s popular young-adult trilogy tomorrow, Tuesday, September 18th, at Carmichael’s Bookstore at 7pm.
Louisville Hockey opened their season on Friday, hosting a very strong Holy Cross team.
An action packed second act makes up for an uneven first act in Fifth Third Bank's Dracula.
The Cards stand up to the North Carolina test, but it went right down to the wire.
Sweater weather is around the corner, and the summer hiatus is over. Don your best boots, embrace a longer night sky and head out to The Bard’s Town this evening, Friday, September 14th, as Louisville Literary Arts launches its fall season of the InKY Reading Series with writers Kirby Gann and Dan Rosenberg, as well as the Savage Rose Theatre Company.