Exciting developments are in the works for the historic East Russell neighborhood, once known as "Louisville's Harlem." The Louisville Central Community Center and a variety of urban planning specialists are inviting you to take part in this process of community renewal by attending the East Russell Charrette this Friday, May 11.
Dust off your dancin' shoes and dig out those monologues.
It was the question I was asked the most during Derby week.
Health care professionals proved they can party with the best of us by getting down at a Derby Party fit for a Disney musical number.
A little bit country and a little bit punk rock, Lydia Loveless rolls into Uncle Slayton's this Thursday night, touring behind her album, Indestructible Machine.
Pandora Productions presents Bare, a rock opera, on Thursday.
Saturday May 12 offers the chance to attend fifty free workshops on a variety of topics at the Main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Kentucky Derby itself, of course, is just two minutes of one the city's greatest party weekend. Louisville.com dispatched its writers and photographers to bring the party to the Internets. Here are their field reports.
The annual Screaming Eagles block party on 28th street and The Unlimited's R&B party at the Nia Center are fun ways to party down in West Louisville this Derby day.
Check out pictures from Monday night's concert on the Waterfront with George Clinton and company.
Ferdinand’s Ball was a winning success for guests and the event’s beneficiary - Old Friends Equine. We have many photos of the event.
The White Russians Take Bluegrass Music To Louisville Streets.