The final night of Waterfront Fashion Week 2012 brought glamor and fire to the shows under the tent, presenting Louisville's first-ever fashion week with a proper sendoff into 2013. Whether you missed out on the evening, or just want to relive the magic, this post is all you'll need for the journey.
Frankenstein comes to life for The Drama Studio beginning Thursday.
There’s more to the music of the Bluegrass than simply strumming on the front porch. Join author Jason Howard for a reading and signing of his new book, ‘A Few Honest Words: The Kentucky Roots of Popular Music’, this coming Thursday, October 25th, at Carmichael’s Bookstore.
Turn-of-the-century New York turns up at Centerstage in Ragtime, which opens Thursday.
THIS is some political conversation you've never heard before.
Legendary rock and roll saxophone player steps out as a sideman and into his own spotlight.
The third night of Waterfront Fashion Week brought punk rock and romance down the runway, along with a fair bit of minimalism, and dreams of paradise. Want to see what you've missed? Then this piece is for you.
Alley Theater presents Electile Dysfunction beginning Friday.
Explore Ethiopia and Haiti with this duo of documentaries by Olivia Wyatt.
The voice behind more than 20 books, Mexican author Alberto Ruy-Sanchez will speak on Arabian influences in Mexican culture this Wednesday, October 24th, at the University of Louisville at 4:30pm.
Laura Marling delivered a sterling set at Zanzabar on Saturday night -- a rare chance to see a rising star in an intimate setting.
Frazier History Museum rings in Halloween with An Evening With Poe, opening on Wednesday.