Here are four ways to "Get Your Preak On!" in Louisville.
Highly-touted rookie pitcher Aroldis Chapman was rocked for eight runs in 3 1/3 innings as Rochester routed Louisville to hand the Bats their third straight loss.
Elephants have been found to mourn their dead as humans do, so what can we expect to see from Scotty's mother?
Clinical child psychologist, Dr. Tanya Stockhammer, discusses how parents can introduce the concept of death and dying as we all say goodbye to our favorite baby elephant, Scotty.
If you were driving down Bardstown Road last weekend and swore you saw a bunch of people watching a French-subtitled print of 'Ghostbusters' from lawn chairs in a church parking lot, you weren’t hallucinating. And this weekend, you can get up close for a free 'walk-in movie' not once but twice.
Catch the hit show this weekend only at Freedom Hall.
The 20th annual Concerts in the Park series at Warder Park in Jeffersonville starts this Friday at 7:30. Free admission.
Tobi Stoner held the Louisville Bats to one run over seven innings and the Buffalo Bisons hit a trio of home runs to hand Louisville its second straight loss.
The main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library is having a Grand Re-Opening Celebration this weekend to commemorate the completion of its restoration.
Louisville-area residents can purchase discounted tickets for Sunday's 1:10 p.m. game against the St. Louis Cardinals in what is being dubbed Louisville Community Day at Great American Ball Park.
Arts & Crafts fan? Gardener? Antique lover? Fan of touring mansions? Then your weekend plans should include a visit to the 18th annual Victorian Chautauqua Spring Arts, Crafts, and Garden Festival in Jeffersonville, IN
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