Floyd Central chronicles Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker, which opens Friday as part of the Studio One series.
Nine of the country’s best bands will play from 1-11 p.m. at the free festival at the Brown-Forman Amphitheater in Waterfront Park, on the banks of the Ohio River near downtown Louisville.
With three Red-White scrimmages, the University of Louisville basketball Cards look to build enthusiasm for a potential dream season.
Chills, thrills, and blood spills await audiences for Fifth Third Bank's Dracula, which opens Friday.
Beatlemania was alive and well at Derby Dinner Playhouse last night due to an energetic performance by The Return.
WFPK moves around a few of their radio programs.
Free courses through the Louisville Free Public Library allow adults and high school students to expand their minds and explore higher education.
A hate crime forces questions among a small town as it also deals with the national spotlight in The Laramie Project, which Hardin County Playhouse will present this weekend only.
Life, love, and changing expectations are found in Summer Brave, which opens at Walden Theatre on Thursday.
Heartless Bastards rocked out!
Pandora Productions presents Kiss of the Spiderwoman beginning Thursday.
Local farmers' market offers beatiful setting with fresh eats and cool tunes.