So many adoptable dogs and cats need their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Are you the one to give one of them their loving forever home?
On the big screen! See the number one American film of all time, as declared by the American Film Institute!
The Bats went or their first series victory against the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees Tuesday but came up short.
“We truly are a community of compassionate and caring people and I’m constantly amazed at what we can do when private and public sectors team up for a worthy cause,” Fischer said. “What a great way to connect to our roots as a river city, have healthy exercise and fun and raise critical funds for those in need.”
The Equine Rescue League of Southern Indiana takes in neglected, abused, and unwanted horses and gives them needed care and shelter. Some horses are permanent residents and others are up for adoption. Fundraisers for the horses are underway.
Wesley Cox had a stellar career at Male and the University of Louisville before making it to the pros, this is his story.
Through an impressive array of movies, the Louisville Film Society gave Louisville film lovers a great weekend. I find it all the more satisfying in that I have not yet been lynched for my reviews.
The Bats went for the third straight victory Monday against the Scranton Wilkes/Barre Yankees.
Being the adventures of an intrepid frog as he travels across the country seeking stardom.
Nothing like ending a rousing great festival than with an fantastically sorrowful exploration of the deep dark that lies within a troubled child. Everyone loves that, right?
Join professor and author Elizabeth Leonard as she restores this tireless Bluegrass Unionist to his rightful place in history. Stop by The Filson Historical Society at noon this Thursday, June 14th.
This vibrant, but sometimes slow, vision of New Orleans through the eyes of three young boys radiates with affection and music.