“Light Up Louisville is a great holiday tradition, but it’s time to create an even brighter, more exciting event that lasts from the day after Thanksgiving until New Year’s Eve,”
Tomorrow night: a monster movie double feature at Baxter Avenue Theaters.
Save some weekend energy, don't spend all your money at St. James, and go get a ticket for Alabama Shakes on Monday!!!
Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater presents inhuman matrimony and murder in Til Undead Do Us Part, starting Friday.
The one and only Fiona Apple is here tomorrow!!
Louisville: Did you know? is a weekly cartoon illustrating facts about Louisville and Kentucky. This week, in light of this weekend's art fair, the focus is on a staple of the St. James Court community.
The epic story of T.E. Lawrence, on the big screen for one day only.
Deathly fun and comedy to be had as Hardin County Playhouse presents Arsenic and Old Lace beginning Friday.
Ever found yourself in a middle of a flash fashion show? Many a passerby experienced just such a thing yesterday along 4th Street, all in honor of the iconic little black dress, and to bring attention to an upcoming celebration for the historic piece known as Little Black Dress Day.
Young men on the outside of life come together in The Aliens, which opens tomorrow.
Hundreds of barrel racing enthusiasts converge on Louisville's Freedom Hall for the IBRA National Finals this week. There are close to 1500 competitors who will be competing throughout this event. Competitor Carly Dolan shares photos with Louisville.com. UPDATE - Our photographer/competitor Carly Dolan and her Thoroughbred Catch Me If U Can are the new 2012 IBRA National Finals 4-D Champions. Congratulations to them.
Arts Council of Southern Indiana hosts a masquerade with live music, costume contest, silent auction, cash bar, and scrumptious Fall treats.