Comic book fans of all ages converged upon the Kentucky International Convention Center this weekend for the third annual Derby City Comic Con, whose future looks to be a bright one for years to come.
Derby City Comic Con enters its third year at the Kentucky International Convention Center Saturday. In this preview, Louisville.com talks with con organizer Chuck Moore about what to expect this year and in years to come.
Good heavens! How long has it been since we’ve put on our Poetry Pants?? Open the bottom drawer, and pull those suckers out – for tonight, June 24th, Sarabande Books hosts writers Lucas Mann and Mark Neely at the 21c Reading Series. I hope they still fit.
Over 20 Kentucky Colonels, led by the temporarily resurrected Colonel Harland Sanders, marched west along East Market Street in the inaugural March of the Colonels Saturday afternoon.
In honor of WHY Louisville's eighth anniversary, a slew of white jackets and black ties will parade through NuLu in the inaugural March of the Colonels.
The first-ever First Friday SoFo Hop drew a sizable crowd despite the lack of trolley service during the inaugural outing.
The South Fourth District will host its first-ever First Friday SoFo Hop next Friday, with shopping, prizes and more in store for all to experience.
With the release of her new cookbook, ‘Passions of the Black Patch: Cooking and Quilting in Western Kentucky’, Bobbie Smith Bryant will impart dose of good dishes with a dash of good memories. Join her tomorrow, Saturday, May 11th, at Carmichael’s at 7pm.
What makes you proud to be a Louisvillian? What makes your kids proud? Get to snapping and win some prizes for showcasing your hometown pride!
Kids have Oaks Day off. If you're not at the track, here are some activities for you (or a sitter) on Friday.
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.
The Bard’s Town is full of bards again tonight, folks! Kick off National Poetry Night with poets Mitchell L.H. Douglas and Marcus Wicker for the April installment of the InKY Reading Series tonight, Friday, April, 12th, at 7pm.