May 9, 2012 - 5:39pm
"A Night of Rockin' Females" at Zazoo's Friday, May 11 featuring: She Might Bite, Rambos, Vanna Inget and your very own Louisville retro rock band, The Ladybirds.
This Friday, May 11th at Zazoo's The Ladybirds will be playing. I recently had a chance to speak with Sarah Teeple, lead singer of the band to ask her some questions especially the band's name; "contrary to what most Louisvillians at first think we're not the University of...
May 8, 2012 - 12:30pm
Kids on the Street spark new life for The All American Rejects, and the tour is coming to Louisville.
Formed in the plains of Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1999, The All American Rejects are back on the road, doing what they do best, entertaining. In a recent interview with Louisville.com, Nick Wheeler talked about the new album and how it compares to the previous releases. Wheeler says, “we...
May 6, 2012 - 10:00am
Louisville stars Kyle Kuric and Chris Smith are heading to Cardboard Heroes in Mall St. Matthews this afternoon for a signing.
For the last couple of weeks various Kentucky basketball players have made their way to Mall St. Matthews’ Cardboard Heroes for signings. Today, the sports shop welcomes Louisville stars, Kyle Kuric and Chris Smith. The event is set to begin at 2 and conclude at 4.
May 3, 2012 - 5:12pm
Louisville has the prettiest girls, most beautiful flowers, best food & liquor, and fastest horses in the whole damn world (at least for this week), and we’re proud to share them with our honored guests. As grandpa used to say: “It don’t get much better than this.”
If you’ve come to Louisville for the races, or are just passing through on your way to Albuquerque for the Cinco de Mayo festivities, welcome to our little city by the Falls of the Ohio River. We pride ourselves on our hospitality, food, and laid-back ambience. And our weather...
April 30, 2012 - 10:00am
The Louisville Sports Commission is currently working towards establishing its Legends Open a golf open at the Hurstbourne country club.
The resume associated with the Louisville Sports Commission has been growing lately; with their work in establishing the Paul Hornung Award, Cyclocross and a number of other athletics related events the commission has really been trying to make a name for themselves at the city.