A summary of local news for December 14, 2010
If you're one of those holiday shoppers who waits until the day after Christmas to buy your commemorative ornaments then you're going to love the Derby Festival's yard sale.
Country star Rodney Atkins will do his best Friday night to give the Derby Eve Jam some of its former glory.
Is the rain putting a damper on your dreams of Derby Festival fun? Forgo the galoshes and stay dry with some Derby-themed crafts for kids.
Watch the Children's Parade at the Cherokee Triangle Art Fair, find your rhythm with a drum line concert and party on with the zoo!
Texas singer-songwriter to headline this year's Fest-A-Ville on the Waterfront concert.
The most useful suggestion? Bring some toilet paper.
Check out the schedule bridge closures on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Think iPhones have taken over the universe? Count the Kentucky Derby Festival as its latest victim!
As Valentine’s Day speedily approaches, I unveil what it takes to win my love. I was on assignment at the Henry Clay with Sunday Pitts last night for Trends 10 of Louisville.com. If you know me, I complain about going to all events, but when I actually walk through the doors I am glad I had come. I didn't want the black attire to set my mood for the evening. As we walked into the Henry Clay, we were surrounded by beautiful smiles at an equally stunning venue.
First meeting of Jewish Hospital Sports Medicine Healthy Lifestyle Training Program is Jan. 5
With lingering questions about the state of the economy, an event like Thunder Over Louisville can play a big part in making things feel normal.
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