“There are instances in which overtime is scheduled and absolutely necessary to keep our city functioning, but unfortunately it seems as though overtime pay is, at the very least, overused and, at worst, abused.”
The Louisville Film Society’s new theater (810 E. Market St.) is named Dreamland, after an early-20th-century Louisville theater. As society co-founder Tracy Heightchew gives a tour and optimistically describes her hopes for the space, the name seems fitting. “We want this place to kind of be a rabbit hole where everybody’s visions can be expanded,” she says.
Editor's Letter: The first time I truly understood that I lived in a basketball state was mid-August, when I tuned to a local sports radio show and heard the host and his guest talking about recruiting. Basketball recruiting.
The IUPUI Jaguars will look for the its first ever win over a ranked opponent when they travel down I-65 Wednesday to the KFC Yum! Center.
Today soccer has really gained an audience however, there's been plenty of attempts at professional soccer in the city prior to current clubs.
To this day football is a thriving aspect of the sports landscape in the city of Louisville. Here I take a look at the plethora of pro and semi-pro teams to come through the Derby City.
Professional blogger and social media expert Erik Deckers spoke at The Olmsted, addressing the misconceptions or "Bullshit," that business owners tend to fear when contemplating whether or not social media is worth their time.
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.
This IS Depressing. A new survey puts us on saddest cities list.
Come by for a little free Wee Rock
Here's an option for winter break if you're looking for something for your kids to do.
Santa Brings Holiday Cheer to Frankfort Avenue on December 3rd -The Annual Olde Tyme Christmas Celebration Returns to the Neighborhood