Comedy Caravan is on the search for Louisville's funniest person with a tournament spanning many months in 2013. The next qualifying round is June 12th with a competition for Louisville's Funniest Dad.
Local author and performance artist Divinity Rose is re-releasing her humorous book “Snot, Bots, and Other Thoughts” with a big party for kids and their families on Sunday, December 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bearno’s by the Bridge. The party will include karaoke for the whole family, give-aways, activities and more. Admission is free, and free goodie bags are available to the first 50 people to arrive.
Theatre 502 presents Gruesome Playground Injuries beginning Friday.
I believe the city that is trying to "keep weird" as so many bumper stickers I've seen say needs the related sports. A few of those "weird" sports, I'd like to suggest.
Wednesdays are a big comedy night in Louisville with two shows offering laughs cheap and cheap laughs.
What makes mobile technology so great is the simple fact that we can now capture memorable moments, on-the-go, and share them in a moments time. This week's memorable moment comes to us via Reddit, by way of Walden Books Louisville.
Are you the ultimate Kentukcy Wildcat Fan? I don't think you are, well unless, you own this piece of Wildcat memorabilia.
Well, looks like Louisville makes national news, but not for something we should be proud of. This broadcast by WLKY32 News quickly became an internet sensation, originating on Twitter.
Alright, Louisville... Christmas is right around the corner. Have you been naughty or have you been nice? Don't try to lie your way out of it because the NaughtyOrNice-a-tron app on Facebook can scan your Facebook behavior and spit you out an answer.
This week's Weird Craigslist Listing comprises of a girlfriend with a satanic secret. About a week before Halloween this poor fella gets this bomb dropped on him by his "sexy, smart, giving, caring, good girl" girlfriend. Well, what did she have to say?
I almost want to buy this donkey just to say that I have a donkey that's not only safe for kids to ride, but for a cool $75, it will also protect your livestock. I can't help but laugh as I'm writing this!
It's a phenomenon known as "No Shave November," or, as Urban Dictionary puts it, "the month of November in which you don't shave any hair on your body but instead you grow more bestial, brutish and manly." The origins of this craze are disputed, but it has become a staple for men at numerous college campuses across the nation.