October 15, 2012 - 3:14pm
Located just slightly off the beaten path, Charr'd Bourbon Kitchen and Lounge in the Marriott Louisville East has something delicious and bourbon-infused for everyone!
Have you ever taken a wrong turn and found a fantastic place that you likely never would have discovered if you hadn’t gotten lost? Well, as it is nestled back in the Bluegrass Industrial Park, a person without a preconceived plan to visit the restaurant would basically have to lose his or...
October 11, 2012 - 2:01pm
Louisville: Did you know? is a weekly cartoon that illustrates facts about Louisville and Kentucky. This weeks cartoon is delicious!
October 2, 2012 - 10:03am
What would you do if restaurant employees wheeled road kill into the kitchen while you were eating lunch?
Do you frequent a particular restaurant for lunch during the work week? What if you were perusing the buffet and looked up to see restaurant employees quickly wheeling a dead deer into the kitchen? Well, that’s exactly what happened recently at the Red Flower Chinese Restaurant in...
October 2, 2012 - 10:00am
Well, were a good ways into the high school football season and with that in mind, coming off of Trinity's Friday victory over St. X I thought it only right to survey the land so to speak; and look at the current high school rankings.
With Trinity’s victory over St. X on Friday, the Shamrocks secured their spot at number one in the state of Kentucky according to MaxPreps, a service of CBS Sports.St. X is still holding strong at the number six position though, remaining the number two ranked high school football team in...
September 23, 2012 - 8:00am
For one day in late September, metered parking spaces in Downtown Louisville would be transformed into miniaturized parks, each one illustrating aspects of the city's personality. If you missed any of Park(ing) Day 502 2012, then this recap is for you.
The 2012 edition of Park(ing) Day 502 featured several parking spaces in Downtown Louisville and NuLu, as well as three spaces in Clifton Center, the Highlands and the University of Louisville, each transformed into an ephemeral public park where visitors could take part in activities such as 15-...