Teddy Abrams' inaugural performance with the Louisville Orchestra is not to be missed!
The first weekend in September is just full of stuff to do.
Bicycling Magazine is right on: Louisville is making big progress toward bike-friendliness, in both public and private projects.
Settle in. It's theatre season.
Event at 8 a.m. Saturday at South Hurstbourne Applebee's ensures flapjacks for all, benefiting Louisville's Power Cheer squad.
Have fun and raise money!
Churchill Downs welcomes back live racing when it opens its September meet Friday, Sept. 5.
Actors Theatre provides a study distraction in Love Labour's Lost, which is playing now.
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month. Already have a card? Go use it and other resources available to you at your local library.
Tickets for the University of Louisville men's basketball team's two public preseason scrimmages go on sale Friday.
Come and celebrate Louisville Magazine's September Fashion issue!
Every year on Labor Day the Korean American Assocociation of Kentuckiana hosts "Korean Day" that brings together the Korean American community to celebrate.