The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) will dedicate a historical marker to honor Col. Frederick Geiger and early Butchertown at noon Saturday, Sept. 17, at “Linden Hill” (Col. Geiger’s former home), 1607 Frankfort Ave. (corner of Frankfort & Story Avenues) in Louisville.
So, sometimes you just can't get with dad on Father's Day. A great pre-Father's Day alternative is the first Annual Food Truckus Ruckus! put on by Fresh Start Growers' Supply. They've herded all the local food trucks into a single lot to provide you with Kentucky raised munchies straight from the...
As previously mentioned in my last article, the Glenview Garden Club Tour is taking place on Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 5pm. Tickets are $30 apiece. It has some amazing, sustainable gardens in the line-up. Check out the preview article and look for the full coverage of my tour experience sometime...
"About 700 workers were told to evacuate the JBS slaughterhouse and pork processing plant in Butchertown and neighbors were urged to stay indoors following an ammonia gas leak Wednesday morning." [Courier-Journal]"A team of federal inspectors has arrived at the damaged Carbide Industries plant on...
It ain't no Mama Mia! My journey last Friday night into the realm of a 1950's women's correctional facility was all I imagined it would be. Filled with neurotic and over-the-top characters and some disturbing situations, the Alley Theater's production of Women Behind Bars is provocative, darkly...
The Alley Theater opens its' production of Women Behind Bars on Friday. Follow innocent Mary Eleanor (framed for a crime she didn't commit) as she lands inside the Greenwich Village Women's House of Detention.
This article appears in the January 2011 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
This article appeared in the October 2010 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
This Saturday, May 15th from 10am- 7pm, the Butchertown Neighborhood Association will be hosting an art fair. The weather is going to be perfect; there will be plenty of art, music and food!
Who says a restaurant can't have their grand opening at lunch on a Tuesday?
Lights! Camera! Action! Wait...this is theater, right?
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