Have you seen the billboards that say "My boss is jerk" or "I hate my boss"? Wondered what they were about?
Take in the colors of Fall at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens.
A story is unfolding in Louisville that features interaction, music videos, a huge art installation, family friendly live events and technology recycling. The next opportunity to drop off electronics
Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness offering free classes for anyone interested in learning about or managing diabetes.
Associate history professor, Lien-Hang Nguyen brings her new book ‘Hanoi’s War: An International History of the War for Peace in Vietnam’ to the University of Louisville this coming Thursday, September 27th at 6:30pm.
What on Earth could have transformed Mitch McConnell from a baron of subdivision drainage and park maintenance 30 years ago into the bare-knuckled power-wielder for the nation’s elites? Louisvillian George Morrison recalls an encounter that may have shaped McConnell into the man -- and politician -- we know today.
Older dogs, younger dogs, little dogs, big dogs, adult cats, and young kittens, whatever your preference there is a pet for you waiting for adoption at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Here are this week’s featured pets.
All the details about the 2nd Annual Roots and Shoots Day of Peace Celebration, and all the reasons you should attend the 3rd annual celebration next year.
University of Louisville Polo Team to host a polo match fundraiser for the care of their string of polo ponies and to raise funds for their club on September 22. Family fun activities to include tailgating fun, live music by the Tunesmiths, raffles, silent auction, and kids activities. Come picnic with the ponies.
The horrors of the corporate takeover of water exposed tonight at the Dreamland Film Center.
Who could resist happy little Juno the Dachshund mix, or Hotdog the Mini Pinscher? These are just two of the doggies featured in this weeks adoptable pets at Louisville's Metro Animal Services.
Former writer says C-J 'has its liberals, but also its conservatives and centrists.'