August 10, 2012 - 8:30am
Louisville native Tony Lindauer organizes Cherokee Triangle Summer Concert Series to "share a sense of neighborhood through music."
The Cherokee Triangle Summer Concert Series began over thirty years ago when Tony Lindauer and a friend invited about 40 neighbors to hear them perform one evening in Willow Park. Today, the annual concert series hosts 12-13 shows each summer, beginning Memorial Weekend and ending on Labor...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Zombies chased 5k runners and confused other park participants in the 5k race to raise funds for Alley Theater.
It's said that Louisville loves zombies, and the great turnout for the first annual 5k zombie survival run was further evidence. Over 500 people turned out to run the race, while about an 8th of that turned up as zombies. All proceeds benefit The Alley Theater.
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Considering what you plan to do to your body on Super Bowl Sunday, maybe running in the Snowman Shuffle 4 Miler on Saturday might be a good idea.
Fitness is awesome. And by awesome, I mean essential to not dying. So why not start not dying this weekend by running in the Snowman Shuffle 4 Miler?Sponsored by River City Races, the Snowman Shuffle 4 Miler will be held this Saturday, February 4th at 9:00 a.m. at Hogan’s...
January 4, 2012 - 10:27am
Whether you’re a seasoned runner, a newbie armed with a New Year’s resolution, or someone who is just really interested in learning how easily certain parts of their body chafe, the Frostbite 5k is the perfect opportunity to get out there and run around like the raving lunatic you know you are deep down inside.
Whether you’re a seasoned runner, a newbie armed with a New Year’s resolution, or someone who is just really interested in learning how easily certain parts of their body chafe, the Frostbite 5k is the perfect opportunity to get out there and run around like the raving lunatic you know...
December 12, 2011 - 12:00pm
An idiot and his daughter decide to run in the Reindeer Romp 4k. Here is their story.
On Saturday, December 10, the first leg of the Polar Bear Grand Prix was held in Cherokee Park. At 2.4 miles, the Reindeer Romp 4k was just short enough to get a body all worked up, but not long enough to cause anyone’s bowels to triumphantly evacuate upon reaching the finish line.