My Morning Jacket returns to Louisville Oct. 29 for a hometown show at the new basketball arena. We going to hear some new material?
My Morning Jacket pays tribute to its Louisville roots and shows its support for youth arts programs by playing a high-profile rock show with the Louisville Youth Orchestra Symphony. Music Director Jason Seber explains how it all came together.
Local news for Oct. 22, 2010
Sure, the Eagles were great... But how did the new KFC Yum! Center look inside on the night of its premiere?
Rock and roll legends play three-hour set to celebrate the newest entry into the Louisville skyline.
A self-described preservationist, developer Todd Blue is part of a family that has been a thorn in the side of the city before. Now, Blue wants to raze the historic whiskey warehouse he owns on Main Street and is taking his case to court.
Venerable classic country-rock band The Eagles set to open the KFC Yum! Center Saturday at 8:00 P.M., and fans hope it will be one of those crazy old nights.
After big events at the KFC Yum! Center, TARC will keep buses off Main and Market streets near the arena to avoid heavy traffic. TARC passengers will be directed to boarding areas several blocks away and additional buses will be added to some routes.
How will Lady Gaga's arrival in Louisville affect how our city views the homosexual community? Will it bring awareness to the problems with anti-gay bullying and violence? Video included of Gaga's "Don't ask, don't tell" speech.
Get a sneak peek at the brand new KFC Yum! Center and the 2010-11 University of Louisville men’s basketball team in a Red-White scrimmage at 2 p.m. Oct. 24. Tickets will be just $5. They go on sale beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday at both UofL tickets offices - one located on the third floor of the Swain Student Activities Center and the second near Gate 2 of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on Floyd Street.
The University of Louisville will play its first men’s basketball game, albeit an exhibition, against Northern Kentucky University at 2 p.m. on Halloween, according to the Cardinals’ compete schedule that was released Friday. UofL coach Rick Pitino, left, calls it "the most competitive schedule we have faced."
Local news for Aug. 31, 2010