Picnics are wonderful things. Summer provides us with (mostly) beautiful weather and fresh, local fruits and vegetables. So, why not eat those fresh, summer foods while en plein air - outdoors in the open air - somewhere nice and quiet or urban and ideal for people watching? Here’s a list of a few great places for picnics that you may not immediately think of (like Cherokee Park or Waterfront Park.)
Gas was 4 dollars a gallon over Memorial Day. It's time to give the car a rest.
The best, and safest, places to sled in Louisville
Sometimes two wheels are better than four. Find this out for yourself this Friday by participating in Bike to Work Day.
Mike Tracy, Director of the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Studies Program at the University of Louisville School of Music, performs for park-goers at this week’s jazz series concert.
“Marion, don't look at it! Shut your eyes, Marion! Don't look at it, no matter what happens!” —Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
Beat the heat with some family splashing.
Ever since Springtime has rolled around, Jack's bedtime has been steadily inching later and later. Like any good mother, I have found that the best remedy to this problem is to grab Jack and hit the bars...the monkey bars that is.
With 6-8 inches of snow forecasted, this constitutes a veritable blizzard for Louisville. And lots of snow means one thing for kids...sledding! Check out Metro Parks' recommendations for the best (and safest) hills for sledding in the Louisville area.
Is there a better way to help out your community than by coming out to try some of the best wine and cheese around?