Start your weekend off on a cultured note with Kevin Talley's "Urban Dance" Photography exhibition.
My friends and I made a Thanksgiving video for your amusement.
The Bard’s Town lounge slowly filled as people trickled to dark tables with their drinks, while the small wooden stage was illuminated by twinkling red Christmas lights loosely wrapped around the industrial heating pipes. One by one, people approached the microphone – some nervous, some eager, some holding paper, some note-free. They recited haikus, sonnets, open letters, verses on love, and a particular poem which consistently referenced the Woody Allen movie, “Sleeper.”
"Portraits by David Iacovazzi-Pau, the latest series by the artist, opened at the Swanson Reed Contemporary Galley on November 1st. In a sit-down with Iacovazzi-Pau, he talked about his latest collection of work.
International award winning magic talent performing at no cost to public at Shine studios in Nulu district during trolley hop November 1, 2013.
The Louisville Library has joined Team Treehouse to bring you interactive online courses on how to build a website, start a business, learn to code, and even build iOS and Android applications.
The Devil's Attic haunted attraction remains one of Louisville's favorites and continues to grow.
The Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular has officially begun nightly at Iroquois Park & Amphitheater. It runs now through Saturday, November 2, 2013.
Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
Local filmmaker and photographer Antonio Pantoja has won 16 awards in the last year and doesn't plan to stop his rise any time soon. He hopes to begin his first feature film soon and has acquired rights to a Stephen King story.
Get your geek on with drink, art, and the Meltdown crew.
The parade will make its ninth annual trek up Bardstown Road at 8:29 p.m. in celebration of all things zombiefied.