March 22, 2013 - 10:00am
Turn your lights off this weekend in tandem with millions of others to bring attention to the environment and sustainability issues.
This Saturday, March 23, at 8:30 p.m., millions of like-minded people around the world will participate in Earth Hour. Started by the World Wildlife Fund, Earth Hour is one hour that on the same day everyone turns off their lights in order to focus on protecting the environment, conserving...
February 8, 2013 - 1:42pm
Head to the "Puppet Prom" this Saturday evening from 6-11pm.
This Saturday, February 9, Louisville's own local puppeteering group, Squallis Puppeteers, will be hosting their 10th annual fundraiser. The “Puppet Prom” is scheduled for 6pm-11pm. Squallis has put together a family friendly show for the evening including a live puppet dance party...
February 9, 2013 - 1:36pm
Sustain Louisville is a plan filled with initiatives meant to make our city a greener and healthier place to live. Better yet, Mayor Greg Fischer is giving us all a chance to weigh in on this plan. What could be healthier than expressing our opinions?
Last month the draft version of Sustain Louisville was released and Louisville residents have the month of February to review the report and provide feedback before the report is finalized in March.What is Sustain Louisville, you ask?Sustain Louisville is a plan that lays out a comprehensive plan...
February 4, 2013 - 11:52am
Your chance to see the design of the new state-of-the-art Southwest Regional Library.
The Louisville Free Public Library is hosting an unveiling of the design of a new regional library this evening, February 4. The meeting is scheduled for 6-8pm at the current location of the Southwest Regional Library, at 10375 Dixie Highway. A brief presentation with the architects will...
April 5, 2012 - 3:39pm
The "Outcome," of last year's Vacant, Abandoned & Underutilized Property Summit is that government moves slowly and people are still outraged.
Yesterday morning, a group of concerned citizens, dutiful city employees and elected officials gathered at Memorial Hall on 4th and Kentucky to discuss vacant and abandoned properties.It is entirely likely that no one expected their blood to boil.