A first-timer's perspective of the Germantown Beer Walk, and the crowning of the first Miss Germantown-Schnitzelburg
An impassioned area resident begins GoGreen Germantown with sights set on beautification, betterment, and unity.
The first, and perhaps annual, Miss Germantown-Schnitzelburg pageant has begun!
The over-eating, over-drinking, and overall indulging of everything that the weekend of the Kentucky Derby has to offer us Louisvillians tends to leave us all a bit drained and worthless come the Sunday afterward.
An accidentally instantly-popular facebook page launched a Germantown-Schnitzelburg pride shirt whose proceeds go to support a local Boy Scout troop.
Daydreaming behind cubicle work walls of Friday's first drink
Living Bent isn't to live under any culturally accepted umbrella. It's to stay messed up at most all times, away from reality, and the worries of what tomorrow may bring about...
The future home of supposed Germantown Commons was once the field that we played baseball as kids, had our first cigarette, and shared our first warm beer.
On the corner of Logan and Oak, in the heart of Germantown, Smoketown USA Barbeque has been cranking out good eats for close to three years.
An ode, and a remembrance of sorts of the people that have come before us, and the ones that have passed on, whether it be of old age, or the ones that were taken prematurely. Growing up in Germantown means that in some cases you may have the chance to grow old, but it also means that you may fall short of that goal.
It's nearly that time again, and folks are already asking when the Germantown beer walk is.
While it seems that these days the trend has shifted from clubby spots serving overpriced drinks and watered down entertainment, The Zeppelin Cafe flies under the weak sauce radar, and stays true to what is both good and great about neighborhood bars that still double as a cafe, serve a stiff drink, and provide that home away from home feeling.