Like any good lover, Louisville has a secret past. Journey into the darkened alleys of River City’s more scandalous tales of old as author and historian Keven McQueen shares his new book, ‘Louisville Murder and Mayhem’ tomorrow, Saturday, May 12th, at 4pm.
Presenting a limited release of the Oscar-nominated Israeli film.
Being the story of a shy teenage girl who gets pushed too far...
Sunday may be Mother’s Day, but Saturday is all about our furry friends.
Two rowdy women fronted bands at Uncle Slayton's Thursday night -- Louisville's Alabama Brown opened for Lydia Loveless.
Jesus Christ Superstar comes to Clarksville Little Theatre beginning tonight.
Saddle Up Arena to host Indiana and Kentucky IBRA approved barrel racing show with $1,100 added money on May 19-20.
Walden Theatre persents the Young American Shakespeare Festival 2012 starting this weekend.
Bonnie Raitt performs in Louisville at the Kentucky Center's Whitney Hall to celebrate the launch of Redwing Records and the release of her nineteenth studio album, Slipstream.
Saturdays…do they get boring? Do the children complain they have nothing to do? Tired of weekend TV and housework? Are you always looking for something new and fun? I have the answer, at least for one day!
It’s that time again! If it’s not already a regular on your outing radar, it should be. Check out the words of writers Charlotte Pence and Adam Prince as part of the InKY Reading Series at The Bard’s Town tomorrow, Friday, May 11th, at 8pm.
In this musical adaptation of the hit movie, Center Stage prepares to open its curtains to all.