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.
It's the most anticipated shopping day of the year, Black Friday. It's hard not to be intimidated by the onslaught deals. Have no fear, this survival guide will help you find the best deals and apps to navigate your way around like a well-seasoned shopper.
Eclipse Park was a series of three stadiums and though many aren't aware of what they meant to sport in Louisville today the memory of them still stands as an important chapter in the city.
"We are serious about growing jobs in our state and this board is evidence of that," Mayor Greg Fischer said. "The Bluegrass region already has the assets, including two Ford plants and Toyota plant, to become best-in-world at advanced manufacturing."
KaLightoscope is now open for the holiday season with added attractions and discounted ticketing on select days.
The University of Louisville and University of Kentucky women's basketball teams are suiting up for their upcoming home stands. In honor of that I'm going to take a look at some of the past stars on both teams.
Phantom Band is set to open at Walden Theatre.
A bigger and better KaLightoscope opens next week for the second year in Louisville.
The American Boyschoir is coming to Louisville, auditions soon.
Now that Halloween is behind us we can start shopping for the holidays. Thanks to Whimsy & Friends, we can start buying local holiday goods tomorrow!
Roger Waters, iconic singer/songwriter, is bringing The Wall to Louisville
Walden Theatre presents A Night of Poe at Kentucky Country Day beginning on Wednesday.