Need to get away from the city for a stress-free water adventure? An hour away is a great canoeing retreat.
The Louisville Bats swept a doubleheader from the Indianapolis Indians on Monday night, winning 6-0 and 1-0 in a pair of seven-inning games. It's the first time all season the Bats have had back-to-back shutouts.
Jane Austen fans, whether you love the books or the movies, enjoy 18th century entertainment, a silent auction, workshops, afternoon tea, a show of Regency-era fashion, and more at Historic Locust Grove.
Annual celebration includes car parade, live music and, yes, a fireworks display
Louisville won its third straight game Sunday, beating the Indianapolis Indians and giving Edinson Volquez his second victory with the Bats thanks to a three-run first inning.
Instead of lighting a firecracker and losing a finger or two on the Fourth of July head to Churchill Downs where general admission is free and beer and hot dogs are $1 all day.
Five Louisville Bats pitchers combined to toss a six-hit shutout against Indianapolis and give them a much-needed victory Saturday.
Kiddari held off Vertical Vision to win the $66,500 feature race Friday night at Churchill Downs in front of a record "Downs After Dark" crowd.
The Louisville Bats had outhit Durham in three straight games, and lost them all, but finally beat the Bulls 10-5 Friday thanks in part to Yonder Alonso's eighth-inning grand slam.
There is an organization who is fighting to turn Louisville into a "no kill" zone for animals.
What better way to say "I love you" to America than with some patriotic craft projects?
The Louisville Bats outhit host Durham for the third straight game, but lost to the Bulls a third straight time Thursday night, falling 6-0.