If you're looking for a good laugh, you won't typically find them in an art museum, but the Speed's new exhibit featuring Werner Reiterer just might force the paradigm shift.
Derby time is busy time and there's plenty to do. If you're looking to avoid the hurried madness of some traditional Derby week events, but still want to get out of the house, can we tempt you with a little art?
If you like to mix a little music with your speed, don't miss what's happening up I-71 this summer. Emerging country artist Rissi Palmer, rock group Smashmouth, the fusion sounds of Blood, Sweat & Tears and Indie artist Josh Kelley form the prerace concert line-up.
PNC Broadway Across America-Louisville announced today their 2008/09 season starring the Louisville premiere of WICKED, Broadway's biggest blockbuster, as the highlight of the 2008-09 season. But Wicked ain't it! There's an entire season of musical entertainment on the way. Read on.
"To sleep, perchance to dream - ay, there's the rub." Walden Theatre continues to churn out bright, young talent on an annual basis as indicated by another award winning year at the English Speaking Union's Shakespeare contest.
Following the success of the Floyd Central Musical Theatre Lab’s production of 101 Dalmatians, the theatre group will continue its family fun series with the colorful Carribbean tinged tale, Once On This Island, Jr.
One of the most popular live acts in recent years is loading up the tour buses and heading to the River City to take over the diamond downtown at Louisville Slugger Field on August 1. Read on for ticket information.
In support of a new program designed to put literature by Kentucky writers into the hands of cancer patients across the Commonwealth, The Jazz Factory is presenting a free evening of readings and music by Kentucky writers and musicians on Thursday, March 13.
Glassworks gets into the concert business by hosting a "musical extravaganza" with two Louisville-based bands, one with a CD on the horizon, the other with a genre-bending sound that is making waves on the local music scene.
The Theatre Alliance of Louisville has announced a few nuggest of presentation for April. Get out of the house and enjoy live theatre as part of your spring experience!
Several years ago, during a phone conversation, Jay Farrar uttered something that, in retrospect, makes a lot of sense. Farrar intimated that had he continued his formal education, he would likely have been a student of American history.