We're 3-0... now what?
Take a quick look back at the University of Louisville football team's 35-28 loss at Oregon State on Saturday night. Senior quarterback Adam Froman, left, had the best game of his brief career - in spite of his lost fumble and late interception - by completing 22 of 38 passes for 288 yards and one touchdown while rushing for 46 yards and two TDs.
Meet the perfect addition to the family next weekend and the Louisville Zoo.
If you’re not a part of the hungry few, this weekend can be very delicious, and philanthropic. The Germantown-Schnitzelberg neighborhoods are hosting two special cookout events that give proceeds to good causes.
The University of Louisville will play its first men’s basketball game, albeit an exhibition, against Northern Kentucky University at 2 p.m. on Halloween, according to the Cardinals’ compete schedule that was released Friday. UofL coach Rick Pitino, left, calls it "the most competitive schedule we have faced."
Wings, beer, and family-friendly--need I say more?
Headlining these charity events will be KC and the Sunshine Band and comedian April Macie. Come on out and Be Pink- "That's the Way (I Like it)".
Art in the Highlands runs Saturday and Sunday
“Marion, don't look at it! Shut your eyes, Marion! Don't look at it, no matter what happens!” —Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
The Grapes, Grains, & Soul Fest offers beer, wine, and music, plus an art raffle, to benefit Louisville Sierra Club's Inner City Outings program at White Hall next Thursday, September 23.
Flu and cold season is right around the corner...stock up with these natural and homeopathic remedies for the whole family from Amazing Grace.
Proves the only sports-related thing in Louisville worthy of a magazine cover is an inanimate, wooden object. (No, we're not talking about Pitino.)