One film and two bands for the low price of $5, tomorrow night at Headliners.
The former Louisvillian and smarty-pants historian, Steve Kemper, retells the epic expedition of Heinrich Barth through uncharted African landscape with his new book ‘A Labyrinth of Kingdoms: 10,000 Miles in Islamic Africa’. Join him this Sunday, August 19th, at Carmichael’s Bookstore at 4pm.
Kentucky State Fair Coca-Cola Talent Classic semi-final round starts Saturday.
Homegrown bluegrass music, tasty food, fun for the entire family, and predictably great weather, in cozy downtown Anchorage: What’s not to love?
While the debate over coal rages in Kentucky, there is another horrible environmental offender: natural gas, which destroys the environment via the method known as fracking.
The local coffeehouse has partnered with Vint to serve beer and wine at select locations.
Princesses, dock workers, American tourists, and corrupt union bosses - all at the Louisville Palace this weekend.
Four shows and a ten-minute festival are in store for Hanover College during the 2012-13 season.
“Events like this help bring a city and its people together and we continue to add new ways for families to have fun, exercise and be healthy,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “People have really enjoyed the new activities we’ve added to these events including the paddle sports, yoga, tai chi and free canoe tours on the river.”
Louisville Metro Animal Services has many kittens and more Pit Bull doggies in need of homes, as well as many others. See if any of this week's featured pets will pull on your heart strings.
Newsboys to play a free show at the Kentucky State Fair.
Got the deep fried blues? Skip the State Fair this Sunday and settle in for a look at the history behind one of Louisville’s hippest neighborhoods. John Findling will bring his book ‘Louisville’s Crescent Hill’ to the Peterson Dumesnil House this Sunday at 2pm.