It is not quite often that freelance writers and artists are afforded an opportunity to attend a first class, all amenities included ball like the princesses in Disney films, so excuse whatever gushing may occur in the following paragraphs.
The Kentucky Derby itself, of course, is just two minutes of one the city's greatest party weekend. Louisville.com dispatched its writers and photographers to bring the party to the Internets. Here are their field reports.WednesdayJocktails Kentucky Derby 2012 slideshow: Are you in it?Thursday
There are so many Derby events going on, that it's often difficult to keep up with what's happening where. If you're in West Louisville, or you're looking to add some diversity to your Derby celebrations, here are a couple of fun events going on west of 9th street.Screaming Eagles Derby Drag Race...
This year's 100 Black Men of Louisville Derby Eve Gala is going to be quite the celebration. Already sold out online, the event being held at the Kentucky International Convention Center plans to treat guests to a multifaceted Derby party experience.
At 8:00 p.m. this Friday, May 4th, the Seelbach Hilton hotel's Medaillion ballroom will host the beginning of the annual Derby Eve Gala with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. This black-tie optional party, which benefits the American Lung Association, is proud to present a delicious taste of southern...
Louisvillians looking to escape the every day will have their chance on January 21 when the Dayglow tour comes to town. Dayglow: The World’s Largest Paint Party invites fun seekers to another reality weaved of paint and light. "It's a one-of-a-kind experience," says promoter and event director...
The LGBT Film Festival started with a bang of movies and hors d'oeuvres at the University Of Louisville last night. The evening had a healthy turnout including LGBT Film Fest jurors like Angie Fenton and Dawn Josephine Wilson and actors like Jacob Newton (pictured).
Hot on the heels of the engagement of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton (well, five months after), Louisville connections continue to unfold.
A New Orleans native, when I first moved to Louisville I introduced myself to the neighbors by throwing a traditional crawfish boil for Mardi Gras. What I knew about Kentucky was basketball, horses, bourbon, and Ashley Judd (clearly I knew almost nothing). My first guest took one look at the giant...
Thanksgiving is still a week away, but you don't have to wait until then to have some Thanksgiving fun! I will be at Howl at the Moon tonight with the Va Va Vixens to serve up some sexy dishes and Thanksgiving fun with turkey bowling, contests and give-aways.
This article will appear in the November 2010 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
Louisville.com is an official media partner of the 2010 Breeders' Cup, held Nov. 5-6 at Louisville's Churchill Downs race track).
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