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.
Hot Chelle Rae opens for The Script tonight at the Palace Theatre.
Crescent Hill Radio began as a hobby for Kathy Weisbach, but the non-profit has become a full blown radio station, providing creative outlet and communication to the Louisville community.
Lex Lawson's Gender Bender Art Show on Saturday brought a crowd to Solidarity Art Gallery that spilled out onto the sidewalk.
The Bard's Town is a beautiful and artistic restaurant and bar on the corner of Speed Ave and Bardstown Rd that is quickly becoming Louisville's hot spot for comedy.
Alegría brings the audience to its feet in an jaw dropping performance.
Louisville Ballet closes its season with Rite of Spring, as well as old and new favorites, taking place this weekend only.
Love, death, and souls are on the line in Clarksville Little Theatre's production of Once on This Island, which will premiere tomorrow.
The Second City comedy troupe is set to take over the Ville, or at least Actors Theatre, with performances of The Second City: It Takes a Ville, beginning tomorrow.
Country duo The Judds gave a fantastic homecoming performance at KFC YUM! Center on December 3, but many fans were shocked and upset to find out the KFC YUM! Center outdoor areas and balconies are non-smoking as police came through to push them back indoors.
A beautiful young lady, a handsome young man, and a mouse king all can be found in Louisville Ballet's performace of The Brown-Foreman Nutcracker, which opens on Satuday.
Improv comedy in an old-time style radio show. The Louisville Improvisors will present The Buddy Glim Show for a one-time only performance on Friday.