These dudes are improving the business landscape one bitcoin transaction at a time.
Since 2000, IdeaFestival has been bringing eclectic speakers, thinkers and doers to Louisville. Early passes for IdeaFestival 2014 are now available.
Norton Commons gets a little too serious at Germantown Times and sends a Cease and Desist.
Yes, dang it, it is hot enough for me.
History is important. Water is important. Go learn about both in one place.
A list of five places to shop in Louisville and the Kentuckiana area for back to school supplies, treats, and more.
A festive street party is planned for the community to celebrate the grand opening of Carmichael’s Kids on Sunday, August 10 from 1pm-4pm.
After 106 years, landmark church at Bardstown Road and Baringer Avenue is being sold.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live underwater? The IF Water Conference presents the answer to this and other water-related questions in an immersive, all day event.
Learning from each other, tiny house proponents in Louisville are making progress.
Kentucky State Representative Tom Riner and social reformer Claudia Riner joined with Dr. T. Colin Campbell, author of the China Study, to bring the benefits of a plant based-diet to the Kentucky General Assembly. Their efforts are the subject of a documentary film now in process, the final chapter of which was filmed in Louisville on July 12, 2014 at a grassroots rally at Iroquois Ampitheater.
For lovers of “Keeping South Louisville Weird” – a spotlight on South Louisville.