Fred Pfeffer is a legacy in the baseball community, as such I thought it'd only make sense to take some time to look into this Louisville native.
“To those who come up to me and say, ‘You don’t look nearly as fat as you do on TV,’ I don’t know how to respond,” said Gee.
Fans of Chicago and members of Chicago The Band Music Community swarmed about The Louisville Palace last night to see the legendary band play a two hour set to near sold out crowd.
Since 1967, Chicago has entertained thousands of fans, released 46 albums, and toured the world as one of the longest running rock bands in America.
Billy Herman's name remains all over baseball record books, and for good reason. Today, I'm looking into the New Albany second baseman.
Jon Rauch is currently a Toronto Blue Jay but before that he wore the jersey of a local high school.
Jonathan Swanz, a New Albany High School graduate, is now one of the leading glass artists in the region. He specializes in decorative art, complex functional sculpture, and architectural glass.
Pets, parasites and East African genocide are all part of the subject matter covered in this weekend's festival.
Part Deux of a star struck boy's interview with guitar legend Steve Howe.
The Ike Reilly Assassination overcame car trouble and a late start to spread their profane bar rock at Jim Porter's Friday night.
Chicago rockers The Ike Reilly Assassination hit the stage at Jim Porter's Good Time Emporium at 8pm on Friday. Ike took a few minutes this week to talk to Louisville.com about what he does (and doesn't do anymore) and his brand of rock and roll storytelling.
Punk rockers play the final set on the festival's East Stage
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