Fans lined the paddock rails as Breeders' Cup champs were paraded inside.
Today Jeff Brohm is a veteran football coach but before all that he was another stand out at Trinity high school.
Sunday afternoon, motorcycles, trucks and various military vehicles took to Main Street as part of the second annual Veterans Day parade in celebration of Louisville's veterans.
The Cards fall at Syracuse and the fans are saying "L no."
It may be 72 degrees and sunny outside this weekend, but Christmas lights and holiday music await you inside Louisville Slugger Field. Festival of Trees and Lights continues through Sunday, November 11.
Ron Fricke's exploration of "the ever-turning wheel of life."
And mankind shall have dominion over the animals.
Neighborly love, dignity, giving and compassion. Who couldn't use a little more of all of these in their lives?
Now is not the time to sully the good name of vampires with glitter or teen angst. Pay your respects to the creator of the great Count Dracula. Check out the classic and other titles at the Louisville Free Public Library.
Music and love lost... what is left to live for?
Bernheim's amazing tree sculpture by Patrick Dougherty rivals any playground and check out upcoming night hikes and night sky watches this fall.
The pyramids. The Great Wall. The Taj Mahal. Louisville homes. It's all in the same breath, folks. Join Steve Wiser tomorrow, Saturday, November 10th, at Carmichael's Bookstore as he presents his book 'Distinctive Houses of Louisville' at 4pm.