Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
whether it's your first St. James Art Fair or your seventeenth, here are some things to keep in mind!
Southern Belles, white substances, and Herbert are part of The Bunbury Dramedy Festival, opening this weekend.
A Little Colonel and Southern Hospitality go a long way to save a town this weekend.
Explore issues of identity lost and found with hitmen, suicidal actors, and latent homosexuality.
A mystery writer resorts to creating his own stories via murder in the mystery-comedy Deathtrap, opening tomorrow at Derby Dinner.
Le Petomane brings forth comedy and a possible murder mystery in Test Subjects, now playing at The Gard's Town.
And always wear protection.
Fall is officially upon us. Once the temps decide to turn nice and crisp and the leaves begin their transformation, check out our beloved city of Louisville and surrounding areas during autumn.
As the parents of triplet boys, we've learned that even though our sons look alike, they don't necessarily share the same perspective.
Spiritual warfare from the other side in the provocative comedy Screwtape Letters, which plays this Saturday.
Kings and fools handle forgiveness, mercy, and revenge in U of L's The Tempest, now playing.