Love is forever...?
An interview with director Miriam Klein of Heartland Music Together, a local business making musical moments with families around Louisville.
Family fun this Saturday. And it is free.
Going to a Barenaked Ladies concert is a little like going to a really good high school reunion. You see old friends, reminisce, talk about what you’ve been doing lately, share some laughs, and forget your worries for a while. For those thirty- and forty-somethings in the crowd Saturday night at the Louisville Palace where BNL played in support of their latest record Grinning Streak, it was both a trip back to high school and college and well as a glimpse into a bright future.
The Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular has officially begun nightly at Iroquois Park & Amphitheater. It runs now through Saturday, November 2, 2013.
It must be Halloween.
Featuring an excellent selection of LGBT film for your entertainment!
A sister investigates the possible conduct of an inappropriate nature in Doubt, a Parable, this weekend at Shelby County Community Theatre.
In the tradition of campfire ghost stories, multiple locales in the Louisville area are celebrating this Halloween with scary storytelling events. Find out when and where.
Addams Family, a ghost, Mormons, and Sister Acts take the stage during the PNC Broadway in Louisville 2013-14 season.
Pinktober is bringing some big names to town, and Louisville.com has all the details.
Fight like a butterfly, sting like a bee...