Re-telling the haunting true story of her great-grandfather’s life in slavery, author Judith C. Owens-Lalude brings her novel, ‘The Long Walk: From Slavery to Freedom’, to Carmichael’s Bookstore this Sunday, October 21st at 4pm.
You may think donuts pair best with coffee, but I would challenge you to think even sweeter. Join poets Lynnell Edwards and Sean Patrick Hill for a deliciously free reading at Java Brewing Company tonight at 7:30pm.
Want your Halloween to be bloodcurdling awesome? Read on to find out what the Crashers have in store for your lost soul!
Trick or treat early this weekend at two children's parties, Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20
Tenacious D and Spinal Tap, together in Louisville for one night only. Yeah, you read that right.
It's time for the North American Livestock Expo to come to Louisville's Kentucky Expositon Center. This includes the ever exciting North American Championship Rodeo.
Take that costume out for a test drive, folks, as the Louisville Free Public Library hosts Once Upon a Time: A Storybook Halloween tomorrow, Friday, October 19th at 6pm. Get the family gussied up and head out to the Main branch for games and goodies galore.
Louisville: Did you know? is a weekly cartoon illustrating facts about Louisville and Kentucky. This week we are in a hurry!
The best-selling author of ‘Matterhorn’, Karl Marlantes now brings his latest release exploring the world of combat to Carmichael’s Bookstore. Join him tomorrow night, Friday October 19th, for a presentation of ‘What It is Like to Go to War’ starting at 7pm.
After being off a couple of weeks Louisville.com's weekly article featuring Louisville Metro Animal Service's adoptable pets is back with some great candidates.
Bring your storybook princesses and pirates, monsters and animals to the Main Library on Friday, October 19 at 6:00pm for free family-friendly storybook Halloween event.
You name it! Silvester wins the Zoo's baby giraffe naming contest. There's still time to see him during The World's Largest Halloween Party (Oct. 18-21 and 25-28, 5-8:30 pm).