A westward expansion of Waterfront Park is finally in the works.
Sustain Louisville is a plan filled with initiatives meant to make our city a greener and healthier place to live. Better yet, Mayor Greg Fischer is giving us all a chance to weigh in on this plan. What could be healthier than expressing our opinions?
Free dinner for any individuals or families with no questions asked. 1 - 5 pm Thursday, November 22. 650 S Shelby St.
Last December I moved to Germantown, a pragmatist’s utopia of shotgun homesteads, neighborhood bars, bike-ability, urban gardens and minimalist charm, conveniently nestled between the Highlands and Old Louisville.
The Mighty Kindness Earth Day Hootenanny will feature music, family fun, free arts and activism booths and more on April 22 and is free to attend.
Mighty Kindness is a Louisville non-profit that is focused on bringing a mighty kind unity to our community.
The St. James Court Art Show, an arts and crafts show produced by a group of non-profit neighborhood associations and the West End Baptist Church, are back for their 55th year.
Sophie Maier is the immigrant-services librarian at the Iroquois public library. Maier heads up the English Conversation Club; part of the Iroquois branch's efforts to reach out to Louisville's growing international community.
Whether you believe that global warming is a myth or believe that America needs to invest in clean energy, at the end of the day we can both agree that planting a garden to help sustain lower-income communities is a positive action.
You can spend Black Friday fighting the crowds at the mall, half asleep with credit cards blazing. Or, you can think about doing something a little different...
Video: Troubadours of Divine Bliss playing at the Mighty Kindness Festival which they host bi-annually to inspire more "unity" in community with music, artists, workshops in yoga, massage, environmental awareness.
The Crescent Hill Community Council invites the neighborhood out for a seasonal dinner this weekend.