The only kind of Valentine’s Day circus that is tolerable is the “Love is a Circus” show at Magnolia Bar on Thursday, February 10.
Forecastle founder JK McKnight is set to announce Thursday morning that Forecastle will not come to the riverfront again until 2012, and when it returns, things will be different.
Thunder Over Louisville will be on April 16.
With the digitization of music, something has arguably been lost. Have no fear, you can find it at the Magnolia Bar the last Fridays of the month.
Through February, No Kill Louisville is running 28 Days of Spay, a free spaying and neutering program for qualifying Louisville residents, and a pet food bank.
This tri-exhibit event will take place Friday, February 4, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. during the Trolley Hop.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. What do you know about the disease or your chances of having it?
The lines between art and graffiti, or other street arts, is more blurred now than ever before with commercial galleries opening their arms, and wallets, to street art. Louisville artist and curator Danial Pfalzgraf is bringing this concept to the city with his upcoming show "LoCAL.streets."
Can anyone explain how the taxpayers of Kentucky benefited from state employes spending three months (!!!) trying to bust a British sailor based in the Persian Gulf?
Google “top agents Louisville” and see what you find. So, how does someone go from being a relatively new Realtor just a few years ago to being a top agent in Louisville? That’s just what Tre Pryor has done.
In the first months of 2011, the Louisville Metro Council will vote on whether or not they will grant Insight a 15-year extension and continue to serve Jefferson County. That being said, according to the Courier-Journal, Insight has offered free tickets and access to a luxury suite (est. value $5,000 - $10,000) to several Louisville Metro Council members for Friday's basketball game between Louisville and Kentucky. Ethical? You decide.
Trinity's Darryl Hicks is sitting out this season after transferring from Shelby County but that hasn't stop college coaches from pursuing the 6-foot-4 shooting guard. I caught up with Hicks last week at the King of the Bluegrass.