Perpetually packed Jack Fry’s (1007 Bardstown Road, 452-9244) is a restaurant that strikes a delicate (and increasingly rare) balance between modern style, classic technique and pure old-fashioned gourmet pleasure.
Yes, there is a reason for the depressing sameness of the product on offer this month from Louisville's major arts groups.
The Louisville Film Society’s new theater (810 E. Market St.) is named Dreamland, after an early-20th-century Louisville theater. As society co-founder Tracy Heightchew gives a tour and optimistically describes her hopes for the space, the name seems fitting. “We want this place to kind of be a rabbit hole where everybody’s visions can be expanded,” she says.
Editor's Letter: The first time I truly understood that I lived in a basketball state was mid-August, when I tuned to a local sports radio show and heard the host and his guest talking about recruiting. Basketball recruiting.
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Apprenticing at Actors Theatre means a lot more than studying your lines.
With contemporary restaurants focusing on comfort food, unhurried meals and mastering one simple ingredient, it's surprising that Louisville's culinary press has neglected one area eatery where all three trends intersect: the Paula Deen Buffet in Southern Indiana's Horseshoe Casino.
Breeders' Cup racing history is sprinkled with unforgettable performances-and unforgettable happenstance.
Last November a six-year-old mare named Zenyatta brought her 19-0 record into the Breeders' Cup Classic. The horse-who will be the focus of a Nov. 4 event kicking off this year's Breeders' Cup at Churchill Downs-captivated crowds, especially during race 20 an the most breathtaking finish of all.
Print this .pdf and bring it with you to the track for tips on where to watch and wager.
The city's international flair won't just be at Churchill Downs this weekend.