Local writer, Dianne Aprile, presents the new look book, ‘A Landscape and Its Legacy: The Parklands of Floyd’s Fork’ celebrating Louisville’s greenest and greatest natural city spaces. Catch her at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Saturday, September 1st, at 4pm.
Come to the forest to see this documentary about environmental superstar Aldo Leopold.
Jefferson Memorial Forest is offering a course designed to help everyone feel comfortable and confident in exploring the beauty of the forest and other natural areas in the region.
Big dog, little dog, little kitties, or mature cats, whatever your preference Louisville's Metro Animal Services has the adoptable pet for you. They even have rabbits and hamsters.
The University of Louisville Equestrian Team will be hosting a Hunter Show at Stone Place Stables in Prospect Kentucky on September 23.
Effective last Sunday, TARC cut or changed several routes around town.
The fiery and brilliant horses of the desert, the Arabian horse, is being showcased in the Arabian Horse Celebration event at Freedom Hall in Louisville September 19-22.
When looking for a pet addition to your family Louisville Metro Animal Services has many adoptable pets for you to check out. Odds are one of them would be the perfect fit for your family.
Those gorgeous and elegant Saddlebred Horses are now strutting their stuff to the judges at the 109th World's Championship Horse Show at the Kentucky State Fair August 19-25.
While the debate over coal rages in Kentucky, there is another horrible environmental offender: natural gas, which destroys the environment via the method known as fracking.
Louisville Metro Animal Services has many kittens and more Pit Bull doggies in need of homes, as well as many others. See if any of this week's featured pets will pull on your heart strings.
Polo anyone? The Brownsboro Alliance invites you to a benefit tailgating event, Brownsboro Alliance Cup benefit polo match.