February 28, 2011 - 5:17pm
The Ulimate Fighting Championship is coming to the Ville. That is when their program on the national station VERSUS makes its way to the YUM Center on Thursday
The Ultimate Fighting Championship, or UFC, has moved far past its days of being a renegade sport banned in many states around the country to become a powerhouse in spectator sports rivaling boxing and wrestling. And, the UFC is making its way to Louisville with its throngs of fans on Thursday for...
December 9, 2010 - 10:16am
A summary of local news for December 9, 2010
• KFC is bringing the Colonel to Africa, big time. [Courier-Journal] • New stadium…check. How about an NBA team to call it home? [Courier-Journal]
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
While entertaining family and friends over the next few days, consider my list of the nine best things (in no particular order) to do in Downtown Louisville this Thanksgiving break.
Here it goes, short and sweet:A Christmas Story: Actor's Theatre - Now through Nov. 28 - Ralphie Parker and company return after a sold-out run in '09. Re-live the quest for the Red Ryder BB Gun, frozen tongue and leg lamp that helped to make A Christmas Story and American classic.
November 9, 2010 - 10:08pm
Finally, an app that's worth downloading (on Android and iPhone). Ever want that Bieber hair on your head? Well no worries my friends, I can get you there for less than a large McDonald's sweet tea. Now sing with me, baby, baby, baby, ohhhhhh! Also, see how BieberHair looks on Rand Paul, Greg Fischer and Katie King!
Finally, an app that's worth downloading (on Android and iPhone). Ever want that Bieber hair on your head? Well no worries my friends, I can get you there for less than a large McDonald's sweet tea. Now sing with me, baby, baby, baby, ohhhhhh!
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Proceeds from today's sales at Patrick O'Shea's will go to funding the performing arts program at Lincoln Elementary, the first performing arts elementary school in Louisville.
For those planning on eating out tonight, consider heading down to the new Patrick O'Sheas on 123 Main St (next to the YUM Center). Proceeds from the restaurants sales (today only) will go funding the performing arts program at Lincoln Elementary.