Louisville Magazine turned it up to 11 with their final launch party of 2012, in celebration of the December 2012 "Music Issue." Whether you were there or would have liked to have been, here is a recap of the monthly gathering, this time held under the majestic architectural and artistic wonder that is The Louisville Palace.
Kellloggs tour of gymnastics champions stick their landing at Yum Center Thursday night
In case you haven't noticed, WDRB's Bill Lamb likes making major statements, most of which he unloads on his "Point of View" news segments. But the biggest recent statement was snatching two top sports columnists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford from the pages of the Courier-Journal.
Drama, charity, style... shopping, whatever you were looking for during this year's iteration of the Younger Woman's Club's "Fall Into Fabulous" fashion show, you most likely were going to find it. Whether you were there or wanted to be, this fabulous recollection is for you.
Records are back in fashion at shops across Louisville. Is wax really making a comeback, or is it all so much trendy spin?
First rule of horse stealing: Entice them with carrots or candy, but don't expect an ice cream cone to do the trick.
Decca, the latest addition to NuLu’s fast-growing restaurant scene, offers Bay City-influenced “California-Mediterranean” cuisine and an upper deck that’s a downtown treat.
This scene from our photo shoot with the members of My Morning Jacket proves that their music isn't the only thing they're loved for, it's also their personalities.
Courtenay Kunnecke and Nathan Erickson are the masterminds behind the monthly Flea Off Market and its spin-off 'pop-up' markets.
Forty- three years ago, GI-turned-GE engineer Winston Shelton designed the machines that continue to fry KFC's chicken. Today, at 90, he's still innovating for the food-service industry.
Tom's Louisville music memories