Louisville Local Competes and Wins Big on Food Network
Louisville vegan chef Kristina Addington was one of the latest competitors on Food Network's Cutthroat Kitchen, and showed the world what Louisville food is all about.
Greenhaus Introduces New Bike Touring Package
There's a lot of sights to see around Louisville, and what better way to do it than on a bicycle built for two?
Cellar Door Chocolates Goes To The Emmys
Louisville's own Cellar Door Chocolates will be treating the rich and famous at the 2014 Emmy Awards!
Cave Hill Cemetery - Take In a Tour
Cave Hill Cemetery is beautiful, but it's overwhelming. Consider a tour date if you really want to appreciate the history of the place.
Louisville Native Competes on Food Network
A Louisville native is taking the national stage on Cutthroat Kitchen - and she's a vegan to boot.
Ten Things I Hate About Lou
Louisville: full of things to "hate."
Revelry Boutique Gallery: New Location and Four Years in Business
Have you been to Revelry's new location in NuLu? If not, you're in for a treat.
The Bark Brunch - Coming Next Weekend to The Cafe
Bring your four-legged friends out to The Cafe for brunch next weekend!
The Germantown Times: Who Are Frank and Sandy Thompson?
The Germantown Times came out of nowhere, and is gaining a lot of traction as a satire site. But who are the writers?
Jane Austen Festival 2014 Recap - World Records and Record Crowds
You might have been at that *other* festival this past weekend, and if so you missed the biggest Jane Austen festival in North America. Find out what world record-breaking event you didn't get to see.
Dead Things: Turning The Discarded Into Art
Local artist Sarah Moeding creates some amazing jewelry with an interesting theme - dead things.
Seventh Annual Jane Austen Festival - Coming Next Weekend
Coming next weekend, the Jane Austen Festival is back - check out some of the stuff happening!
Independence Day History: Kentucky in the Revolutionary War
Independence Day! We all know the big history of the war, but what about Kentucky's role in it?
Hit The Trails: Twisting Bends Loop
Another week, another trail to hike. This was a good one, and challenging for some unique reasons.
Louisville: A Newbie's Take One Year Later
These are a few of my favorite (Louisville) things.
33rd Annual LOCALS Pottery Sale is This Saturday
Everyone loves some nice pottery, and this weekend is a great chance to snag some unique and locally created pieces.
Hit The Trails: Caperton Swamp
Caperton Swamp is a nice short jaunt through the woods off of River Road, and a great place to spot some wildlife.
The Milkman Cometh Back: Louisville's Own Ehrler's Delivers
Ever want to hear the milkman knock on your door? Well, now you can thanks to the revival of an old Louisville business.
Community Bike Shop Set to Open Soon
For a nominal membership fee you can have access to a fully stocked bike repair shop - it's DIY, so bring your elbow grease and get ready for a great new addition to Louisville's bike culture.
Hit The Trails: Iroquois Park
Iroquois Park is nice and accessable - but does that mean the trails are equally so?
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