September 20, 2012 - 9:37am
Support the Louisville Children’s Museum by playing at the park this Friday, September 21
Have you heard the buzz about the awesome women who are working diligently to bring a children’s museum to Louisville? Well consider yourself in the know. The Louisville Children’s Museum project is moving along expediently and you can meet some of its founders Friday, ...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Jeffersonville, Indiana, is known for many memorable things, but ice skating isn't one of them!
Have a few laughs at the expense of others as you rotate through a photo slideshow of the best ice skating wipe-outs from Saturday, December 3, 2011. Photos: Courtesy Kari Haney
November 3, 2011 - 8:30am
'Tis the season! for all things pumpkin.
Halloween is past, and the world is still littered with pumpkins. The carved ones have started to rot, while the specimens still intact remain as autumn decorations, perhaps destined to be consumed in bread and muffins and pie.
October 13, 2011 - 10:00am
Saturday events around the city welcome all sorts of patrons who are looking for family and city friendly fun.
Three notable “healthy Louisville” events will be occurring Saturday morning. One for a good cause, one for the city as a whole, and one just for fun these three civic minded events provide ways for families to get out and do something good for themselves and the city as a whole this...
April 28, 2012 - 7:31pm
Fall isn't just the name of a season; it's when you fall in love with fashion all over again. This season was no exception, with rich colors, beautiful fabrics and amazing textures gracing the runways. Seeing warm fur vests, sparkling sequins, and perfectly tailored looks this season, it's no doubt that you'll be looking like a million bucks.
Fall isn’t just the name of a season; it’s when you fall in love with fashion all over again. This season was no exception, with rich colors, beautiful fabrics and amazing textures gracing the runways. Seeing warm fur vests, sparkling sequins, and perfectly tailored looks this...