There's no excuse for failing to support local businesses, artists, writers, musicians and people this holiday season. I've compiled a great list of affordable and encouraging ways to feel great about supporting your city and gifting your loved ones at the same time. There are even events in which you can ENJOY your shopping that are filled with entertainment and good company.
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.
This Saturday offers a chance to do something great for your community. Support local radio station Crescent Hill Radio, which provides a global outlet for our local musicians, comedians, writers, non-profits and more.
The economy? Digital sales? Louisville itself? Or a combination?
LOT Gallery wants to engage two of your senses with the Expanded Music Project. An opening reception is tonight, Nov. 18th @ 7 p.m.
Joe Bonamassa and his band gave Blues fans a night to remember at the Palace Theater Tuesday evening.
The Louisville Palace welcomed the Pixies last night into, according to Kim Deal, the most beautiful venue they've ever played.
Viva La Diva displayed a great cross section of Louisville's feminine musical talent to raise money for MERF, a local non-profit who helps musicians in times of need.
Blues singer and guitarist Joe Bonamassa brings his band to the Palace Theater Tuesday, November 15 at 8 p.m. In this interview, he talks about his latest projects and his passion for the Blues.
You could not have possibly packed another ounce of music to the foam covered ceilings of Expo Five on Friday night in Louisville. All Time Low headlined what was an energetic night of crowd surfing fuel. Photos and review from the Rise and Fall of My Pants Tour stop.
Ear X-tacy offers third annual zombie prom, with entertainment by DeeJay Matt Anthony, O.K. Zombie and give-a-ways by local author David Stack.
A mighty kind musical masquerade on Friday, October 28 will raise funds for local non-profit A Mighty Kindness.