July 29, 2012 - 6:52pm
Brooklyn's hipsters ain't got nothing on Bardstown Road's hipsters when it comes to toting home 64 ounces of microbrew.
Last week the New York Times reported on "the new old way to tote your beer":
"Growlers — 64-ounce glass vessels that look like a moonshine jug — have become the beer accessory of the moment. And the jugs, filled at taps in bars and stores, are not just the toys of the bearded, flannel-shirt,...
December 17, 2009 - 4:44pm
albeit women who might see skin color a little too well.
Notice anything strange about Mercy Academy's billboard near the intersection of Bardstown Road and Bonnycastle Ave.?
January 12, 2010 - 9:51am
Victorian Holiday House Tour also offers a chance to get festive
Dress for Success's Winter SaleDress for Success Louisville Boutique309 Guthrie StreetDec. 4, 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.All items are less than $5 and proceeds benefit programs to provide attire and job-development tools to local women looking for employment or career advancement. Since its founding in 2000...
November 30, 2009 - 10:07am
If you don't get worn out on the First Friday Trolley Hope, get the shopping done and over with in one night and enjoy December without the hassle of last minute nonsense.
Saturday from Taylorsville Road to Lexington Road, merchants will pop open their doors and invite the city in for an evening of shopping, dining, discounts, and more for Bardstown Road AGLOW, a twenty four year tradition.
Evidently, Santa has traded in his sleigh for "The Pool Party Express" and...
October 31, 2009 - 6:34pm
If you know don’t mind getting your hands dirty you can make a meal for $15 at one of Louisville’s favorite restaurants
In the same way I wish I’d never flown in the front of the plane and experienced how the other half flies, there are restaurants I almost wish I’d never tried. When I know how very good something is, it makes it harder to miss out on. Seviche is in this category.