Country ham, kimchi, corn dogs, beer, pimento cheese and bourbon - April has a little something for everyone! These are the four events I won't miss this month.
Have a Derby gathering planned for your family with other families? Here are some ideas to keep the kids entertained.
Come out to the Waterfront and enjoy good food, good music, and good company for this week long event
Stop by these libraries and the Waterfront this week for a Derby fix for your little ones.
The eyes of the nation will be upon Louisville on the first Saturday in May, but the real Derby celebration begins in the weeks leading up to the big race. Use this guide to the multiple Derby-related events taking place in the coming days and plan your own "run for the roses."
As the show-stopping opener of the Kentucky Derby Festival, Thunder over Louisville is one of our city's most anticipated events. It is also one of the heaviest attended, meaning intense preparation is required to navigate the expected half-million people hoping to get a good view of the spectacle. Use this guide to plan everything from your driving route to your after-party activities.
Before the recession inspired people to take a "staycation" the Chow Wagon was Louisville's excuse for a relaxing hometown day off. It's one part state fair, one part day at the park, and one part grownups playing hookey with their friends for a cheerful drink or three.
Yesterday I talked to some Derby Season Haters who think Louisville would be better off without three weeks of pesky festivals. Today, I'm asking some festival lovers who can't get enough which one is their favorite and why.
Take a long lunch. Louisville.com says it’s okay.