Last night marked the final WFPK Waterfront Wednesday of the year. They Might Be Giants headlined a beautiful evening along the water and commanded unified warfare within the crowd; sock puppet TMBG cover band The Avatars also made an appearance.
They Might Be Giants returns to Louisville to send off the last Waterfront Wednesday of the year. The band's other half, John Flansburgh, takes a moment to discuss the new record and sketchy situations.
A Louisville destination that every newbie should check out whether you are looking for exercise or a great view.
Battle the summertime boredom with one of these free or inexpensive adventures in the city.
Local news for May 18, 2011
Spend the night at the zoo, marvel at the winter's night sky at Bernheim, and meet Lincoln on the Waterfront.
Local news for Feb. 11, 2011
Some must-sees for out-of-town guests to check out during the Breeders' Cup.
On Sept. 25, a crowd will gather at Waterfront Park to watch a barge dump thousands of yellow, sunglasses-wearing rubber ducks into the Ohio River for the seventh-annual Ken-Ducky Derby.
The Clydesdale Games, The National, Reflections on a Louisville Landmark and The Louisville Orchestra presents: Louisville among September highlights
Tift Merritt brings new music to Waterfront Wednesday on July 28. In an interview, she talks about her new album, songwriting inspirations, and having a Jim James as a backup vocalist on one of her songs.
Marine Corps veteran and personal trainer Sarah Ayres will be hosting another one of her popular women-only morning boot camp at Waterfront Park. She's also launching a new co-ed, high-intensity strength training program.