Lynn's Paradise Cafe wasn't the only thing to close down.
Buck Creek Valley Animal Rescue operates an equine rescue helping abused, neglected, and unwanted horses, currently 34 horses are under their care. They are at risk of losing the land they operate on and need your help.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville.com, Louisville's oldest city-information website, has hired Dan Cimba to be its Director of Business Development. Cimba, previously Vice President of HelloMetro.com, joined Louisville.com effective January 7, 2013.
The United States Equestrian Federation, the governing body for equestrian sports in the United States, is having their 2013 Annual Meeting right here in Louisville, Kentucky. What better place to have it?
When it comes to the flu, the best offense is a good defense. With lots and lots of hand washing.
It's cold outside, but that doesn't mean your compost bin should suffer. With some tips from Breaking New Grounds, your bin will keep cooking all winter long, just in time to help boost your springtime plants and flowers. Plus, get your kids to pitch in and help!
The Kentucky Horse Council's Kentucky Round-Up equine educational event has something for everyone at the Kentucky Horse Park's indoor Alltech Arena on February 2. The event ends with a concert by country music star John Michael Montgomery at 7 pm.
In recent years Florida has attempted to steal Kentucky's title as "Horse Capital of the World". In this article I offer undeniable proof why Kentucky still retains that title.
Louisville native, and now famous Hunger Games actress, Jennifer Lawrence, isn't likely to worry about any diets as a New Year's resolution.
Louisville Mega Cavern's spectacular Lights Under Louisville holiday light display gets ranked as a top 10 holiday light display by USA Today
We feature the last group of adoptable pets at Louisville Metro Animal Services for 2012. We hope they get homes by the New Year.
"A man surrounded by wrapped presents, with an image of Christ behind him, contemplating his holiday shopping list and asking, 'Now, let's see, have I forgotten anyone?' It was drawn by the late Hugh Haynie, one of America’s preeminent cartoonists. And he was my friend."