ear X-tacy lives!
This is going to be one Yankee Doodle dandy place.
In which we say farewell to Wild and Woolly, with great sadness.
For Goodness Crepes, on Baxter, is inimitably Instagram-able.
Open super-late, serving ramen and dumplings: the Highlands is so ready for this place.
East End neighborhood bar, Brownie's "The Shed", announces second Highlands location.
Who is your favorite stylist in Louisville?
After 106 years, landmark church at Bardstown Road and Baringer Avenue is being sold.
But James Patterson might have had something to do with it, too.
'Tis the season for fresh, local products.
Creative, energetic music in an outdoor amphitheater. What more could you want?
Baxter Avenue's The Brewery is under new ownership, and it looks exciting. Not just for The Brewery, but the whole of Louisville's food scene.
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