Give a Hoot and have one too at this community fest that honors the Earth and celebrates Kindness with lots of local arts, businesses and vendors, some of the region's finest musicians and tons of free uplifting activities for people of all ages.
A group of engineering students from University of Louisville (who are also members of the nonprofit maker space LVL1, LLC) are trying tp participate in a 7-day Red Bull challenge that would toss them to the wilds of Europe, and they need your help
Louisville has an exciting new recording studio in the center of Old Louisville. Level7 Recording Studios is on the second floor of the building at 1115 Garvin Place, and the professional setting is something for the neighborhood to be proud of.
Louisville has its very own circus troupe: Blue Moon Circus. The troupe has members providing unicycle, belly dance, geek show, aerialists, and fire performers. They've been making some grand appearances lately.
The Vixens have done it again, but they got a standing ovation this time. After five years of producing Louisville's most theatrical burlesque shows, the Va Va Vixen darlings got their first standing O (pun intended)and deserved every bit of it.
Drone and quadcopter enthusiasts now have a place to meet and discuss their interests. LVL1, inc, a local maker space is hosting monthly meetups for anyone interested in quadcopters, drones, helicopters, boats and other items that are remote controlled. The meetings are a result of the high interest level of their first annual quadcopter battle (pics included).
February marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America, and the folks who produce the Abbey Road on the River Festival plan to celebrate in style. A mini-festival titled "February '64" will be happening Friday, February 7 through Sunday, February 9, 2014 at the Muhammad Ali Center and at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts - complete with a recreation of the Entire Ed Sullivan Show episode the Beatles appeared on fifty years ago.