Presenting a compilation of the best song-and-dance numbers from classic Hollywood musicals.
The Louisville Bats dropped their seventh straight game and fell to 3-12 against the Indianapolis Indians Tuesday night.
“Old Louisville” hasn’t always been so Old, folks. See this historic neighborhood through the eyes of one of its historical inhabitants as the The Filson Historical Society discusses the girlhood memory books of writer Melville Otter Briney this upcoming Friday, July 6th, at noon.
After seeing this footage from the Louisville Zoo you will want to take a trip there yourself.
The city of Louisville's relationship is even more evident with the recent wrestling hall of fame inductions.
The Bats had all the chances in they needed to win their marathon game Monday night but couldn't find the clutch hit.
Local vendors will be on hand with a variety of food options, and people are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket to enjoy the show. The event is open to the public, family friendly, and free.
Planning summer activities for the kids doesn't have to be stressful.
“I was so nervous, I kept trying to tell myself it’s just another race, and I have some world-class competitors next to me and they’re going to take me to a fast time.”
Being the story of Paris' Child Protection Unit.
The current Cincinnati Reds are over half former Bats, with that in mind let's take a look at these guys who have formerly worn the Louisville purple and black.
The rain came down hard late in the Bats' 8-3 loss to the Indianapolis Indians, sparking some controversey.