The Speed Museum gives everyone a chance this Memorial holiday to get a look at some history of our United States.
University of Louisville associate professor of history, A. Glenn Crothers, will present his new book, ‘Quakers Living in the Lion’s Mouth’, at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow, Tuesday, May 22nd, at 6pm.
Come explore the mysteries of the ancient Samurai on May 12, 2012, at Frazier Museum.
Concluding my look at some of the local pioneers of football I take a closer look at the roster of the former NFL team, the Louisville Brecks
Today I continue my look at those early Louisville pioneers of football in this multi-parter (I'm pretty sure that's a word) sports legend of the ville segment
When football was in its infancy the city of Louisville had a large impact on the game. Here I look at some of those early local icons who were a part of the infant National Football League.
On Saturday February 4, 2012, after four years of collaborating with historians and research, the Carnegie Center for Art and History is unveiled “Remembered: the Life of Lucy Higgs Nichols.”
Join historian James A. Ramage at The Filson Historical Society today at noon as he discusses his new book, ‘Kentucky Rising: Democracy, Slavery and Culture from the Early Republic to the Civil War’.
Reflective lecture kicks off photographic exhibit
Yesterday I began to look through video at some of the classic sports moments in the history of the city of Louisville. Here I complete what I started yesterday.
Taking a look back at the city's sports history utilizing video.
Can you envision a kite that looks like a dragon, a buffalo, or a canoe? At the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft that is exactly what you will see, some with tails 40 feet long or more! At the Visions of Lewis and Clark: Contemporary Kites Tell the Story, you will see a kite that tells of history in a different way. This is an educational exhibit for children and adults that love kites and history.