July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Conference rivals battle on the court—and on Twitter
There was a break in the space-time continuum that is the UofL-UK rivalry—and, arguably, it was a lot more interesting than anything Cats or Cards fans have cooked up in a long time.
January 8, 2012 - 4:37pm
Louisville based restaurant and the third largest take-out and pizza delivery chain in the United States, Papa John's, recently apologized to customer, Minhee Cho, after a cashier wrote "lady chinky eyes' on her receipt.
Louisville based restaurant and the third largest take-out and pizza delivery chain in the United States, Papa John's, recently apologized to customer, Minhee Cho, after a cashier wrote "lady chinky eyes' on her receipt. She went for a slice of pie and left with a side of racism. ...
December 2, 2011 - 10:42pm
Professional blogger and social media expert Erik Deckers spoke at The Olmsted, addressing the misconceptions or "Bullshit," that business owners tend to fear when contemplating whether or not social media is worth their time.
Zach Everson and I sat down with Erik Deckers for a candid chat about his naughty-titled book, just a couple of hours before he’d be speaking about it at The Olmsted for a Louisville Ad Fed luncheon. Where’d you get your start in social media? How’d you meet Jason Falls? Did...
July 11, 2011 - 9:54am
It's time to get your cameras and your camera phones out and follow @louisvillecom on Twitter! You have between now and July 29th to show us your Louisville pride and win a Louisville.com prize pack! Read for more details.
Have a favorite picturesque spot in Louisville? How about a favorite bar or an awesome Louisville t-shirt you’ve been breaking in for years? Whatever it is that gives you that warm fuzzy feeling of pride about your awesome city, we want you to show us. Here’s what you have to do:1...
June 23, 2011 - 4:19pm
There is a lot of social media surrounding us in our everyday lives. Is it too much? Does it really benefit you? What is this stuff?
Social Media isn’t just for the casual user anymore. As you walk around the city of Louisville (or any city for that matter) you’ll be hard pressed to find advertisements and billboards that don’t say somewhere on them “Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.”