Just because he wrote in flowery, poetic language doesn't mean that William Shakespeare didn't understand that times can be tough. The local theatre group closes out their season with their "old west" version of As You Like It.
This weekend's lineup in Louisville will thwart the evil forces of gentrification once again.
After getting the Orchestra back in the game for a measly $1 per year, Brad Broecker decides to hand over the reigns.
Take in the sights and sounds of a Louisville native and contemporary artist who has made a difference in the city's art community.
With the music, art, and activism invasion just a couple of months away, things are kicking in to high gear. See the full lineup here.
Louisville's best-known festival, the Kentucky Derby Festival, is nothing more than memories, trampled grass and shrunken livers. But it's just one of Louisville's many festivals in May.
They may just be singers in a rock and roll band, but the Moody Blues have been hanging around long enough to know that rock star isn't the easiest job to maintain.
Adding to a history of renowned creative writers, Spalding's Festival of Creative Writing has inked Virginia poet Claudia Emerson to headline their annual weeklong soiree.
Leg kicks, sorority girls, some guys from Jersey, and more make up the five-show season that will light up the Kentucky Center like we're the Big Apple.
The hats might change over time, but the presence of them never will. As long as there is Derby, there will be Derby hats. 21c will feature the exhibit The Color of Racing this year to give you a glimpse of what was.
Three music heavyweights, all with prior Louisville experience, will take to the stage at Slugger Field in July.
Talk about variety! The Louisville Youth Orchestra is showing their, uh, youth by including some serious rock in their Derby repertoire.