The Fern Creek Farmers Market is now accepting applications for the stall rentals on their website...This is a great place to get out there and sell some of your goods.
There's no excuse for failing to support local businesses, artists, writers, musicians and people this holiday season. I've compiled a great list of affordable and encouraging ways to feel great about supporting your city and gifting your loved ones at the same time. There are even events in which you can ENJOY your shopping that are filled with entertainment and good company.
Presented by Brown-Forman, you may dine out at a participating restaurant and 25% or more of your bill will be donated to House of Ruth for the support of Glade House. I particularly love the array of participating venues and am going to try and fit at least one lunch and two dinners in today because frankly I sleep better knowing I did a good thing locally on a full belly.
The historic record store opened its doors one last time today from noon-5pm to a line that wrapped around the outside of the store.
This Saturday offers a chance to do something great for your community. Support local radio station Crescent Hill Radio, which provides a global outlet for our local musicians, comedians, writers, non-profits and more.
Crescent Hill Radio began as a hobby for Kathy Weisbach, but the non-profit has become a full blown radio station, providing creative outlet and communication to the Louisville community.
Rising International band The Grayson Wray Project pulled into town in their grey school bus to do a show at the Rudyard Kipling with local acts last night.
YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip is an award winning feature docu-comedy by local filmmakers, which also includes music by local musicians like Ben Sollee. The Louisville premiere is Thursday at the Louisville Science Center.
Free admission and access to over 150 local businesses, musicians, organizations and entrepreneurs from around Louisville with the third annual fair at the Water Tower from 2pm-6pm.
Local Courtney Rae Harrigan was spotted at Whole Foods in the St. Matthews area of Louisville. Fashion and shopping are the focus.
Spring's coolest eco-friendly accessory are the vintage-inspired sunglasses line by iWood Eco Design. Get yourself a pair before the celebrities come into to town for Derby and snatch them all up.
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."