This week will mark the official kick-off of the 2011 Kentucky Derby Festival.
The best places to view the show and ways to stay sane with kids in tow.
Rated as one of the top 100 events in North America, the Derby Festival's Opening Ceremonies is truly a sight to behold. Whether you're new to Thunder Over Louisville or a return visitor, the show never seems to grow old. Let me take you down memory lane and take a look at last year's magnificent show.
Lessons of respect, patience, and humility are taught through an entertaining blend of dancing, drumming, and costumes in the U of L production of How Orisanmi Chose His Head, which opens on Wednesday.
Bristol Bar & Grille is offering a sneak peak at their front row seats for Thunder Over Louisville. Bonus... the sneak peek comes with free food.
Local news for Feb. 11, 2011
I can’t remember the last time I got this excited about fair food. Seriously, people. Forecastle is doing this right. Take notes. Learn a lesson. Please, for the love of all things good, replicate it.
Whether you're looking for a huge shebang, a community festival, or a country setting - here's a list of your best places to see some patriotic explosions this weekend.
Yesterday I talked to some Derby Season Haters who think Louisville would be better off without three weeks of pesky festivals. Today, I'm asking some festival lovers who can't get enough which one is their favorite and why.
Staying at the Market Street Inn for Thunder was a generally positive experience, though I do have some complaints.
Thunder kicks off the Kentucky Derby Festival, but when you have access to some of the best parties, it's best enjoyed from the Indiana side of the river.
The deal - I'll cover something special on Thunder night in Kentucky, while my colleague Steve took the Indiana side. Here's why I got the better deal.