Under the shadow of the Louisville Water Tower Saturday afternoon, the LIBA Buy Local Fair celebrated its fifth year of keeping Louisville weird.
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A Rare Opportunity to Celebrate the Derby in Style and Help Others
Ferdinand's Ball Derby party will be held tonight at the Muhammad Ali Center. Peyton Siva, of the 2013 UofL NCAA National Championship basketball team, will be hosting the event.
The 2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event brought people from around the world to the Kentucky Horse Park. The event once again did not fail to bring the excitement of top level eventing competition to Kentucky.
The Kentucky Horse Park's premiere event begins today with dressage which continues through tomorrow. Saturday brings cross country jumping with amazing Rolex horses jumping obstacles that are works of art. The event ends Sunday with the stadium jumping phase.
Tired of going to the track to lose big? Take it Easy this year.
Monday afternoon, the South Fourth District officially opened for business with a block party and ribbon-cutting ceremony held in its honor.
The portrait of many shelter dogs jump out at you with their soulful presence at the non-profit An Act of Dog in Mellwood Arts Center. You are awed by the amazing talent of artist Mark Barone. All of these dogs were euthanized at animal shelters. This is the reason that An Act of Dog exists, to prevent other dogs from their sad fate.
Java's War sends Kenny McPeek to the Kentucky Derby with Blue Grass win.
Be smitten with your Crush on Derby at The Summit of Derby style with Crush Boutique's pop-up store at the East End shopping center from April through the end of Derby, and see what the Middletown boutique has in store for those seeking a one-of-a-kind ensemble for the pagentry and debauchery of Kentucky Derby 139.