Continuing my look at the legendary sports venues of the Ville, I turn my attention to Cardinal Stadium.
In the market to build a website but don't know how? Have no fear, WordCamp Louisville 2011 can help.
One of the newest ball parks in the city of Louisville, Jim Patterson stadium offers some of the country's most modern technology.
Andy Grammer opened at Brown Theatre for Colbie Caillat Wednesday night and showed Louisville that he does more than sing that "Keep Your Head Up" song. Grammer's multi-dimensional talent and enthusiastic performance left the crowd smiling and humming to themselves.
A place where art, music, science and technology collide - it's the Bernheim CONNECT experience.
Local record label MCB records represents five local musical acts of varying styles.
Whether he was grading (harshly) the state of the nation's medical schools or sparking academic ambition in a roomful of hesitant high-schoolers, Louisville-born Abraham Flexner proved to be the educational lion of the early 20th century.
Longtime Lilly's chef Finbar Kinsella has traded in his fine-dining apron to revamp the kitchen at St. Joseph Children's Home.
For the past couple of months I've been occasionally throwing out iconic athletes from Louisville. Sports legends of the Ville I called the series. But, I'd like to add to that series, sports legends of a different variety; the iconic buildings and arenas that made the city's historic sports past what it is today.
Performing with Colbie Caillat next Wednesday at Brown Theatre, "Keep Your Head Up" star Andy Grammer is very happy to be in the popular music conversation, but he still has a lot he wants to do.
Have you ever heard somebody say, "Oh, (Insert American city)? That's just like Louisville." Well Austin, Texas often fills that role. Whether it is by population or character, these two cities seem to share a common ground of weirdness.
Do you still have tree limbs and debris sitting on your curb from the weekend's storm? Is it still scattered around your yard? Well get it together. You can drop it off on Saturday for $15 per load. Read the details of this release from the city.