New York transplant's first book, Nice and Mean, finds critical acclaim
Although not quite Shakespearean in its various acts, intrigues, subplots and human frailties, it has become a great and ongoing farce that Kentucky, of all places, can’t get its gambling laws straight.
Enjoy drink specials and free appetizers. As always, this event is free and open to the public
A 700-acre spread in Goshen, Ky.'s been the training ground for many horses and riders this spring and summer.
Equestrian terms like dressage, eventing and reining confusing? Find out what they mean here.
Make sure your hips are in good shape before you listen to Burst! — the debut full-length album from Louisville band The Pass.
The North American Vexillological Association — which, you know, studies flags — ranked the old one as one of the country’s top 10 city flags. The current banner? Not so much
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.
South End resident, community activist, founder of the Fight Crimes Against Children Partnership
The woodcuts and figure drawings of 44-year-old artist Shawna Khalily reveal a punk aesthetic drawn to 'the lightness and darkness of things.'
I ate and drank myself silly. A perfect Tuesday evening!
The Clydesdale Games, The National, Reflections on a Louisville Landmark and The Louisville Orchestra presents: Louisville among September highlights