The Ohio River is the lifeblood of Louisville, although how we came to use it as drinking water is something we don't often stop to consider. However, the intricate history of the Water Company and its beautiful first pumping station are now preserved at the WaterWorks Museum.
The Keep Louisville Weird movement continues on Sunday, May 18 as the Water Tower Park, 3005 River Road hosts the 6th Annual Buy Local Fair. The fair opens at noon and continues through 6pm and it’s free. The Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) organizes the day.It’s $5 to park your car...
Granted when I say Iron Man today one’s mind will inevitably go in the direction of Saturday’s Derby City Comic Con and the superhero Tony Stark portrayed by Robert Downey Jr., however were inching ever closer to certain deadlines for entrants in the 2011 Ford Ironman competition for Louisville.
If the Water Tower looks extra familiar to you these days, you must be pretty darn old. [The Edit] St. Matthews residents are sick and tired of train whistles. [
A Tennessee Williams play involving glass and a conference on glass. Both can be found starting Thursday as ShoeString Productions presents The Glass Menagerie.
WorldFest Belvedere 5th and Main Streets Sept. 4-5, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.