If you work downtown this is a perfect day to spend a unique lunch hour basking in the glow of free glass art demonstrations as the international Glass Art Society kicks off their conference with a free public Day Of Glass.
Remember when there was supposed to be an art walk in New Albany, but then it rained? Well, now it is happening Friday. And there's only a 30% chance of rain this time!
NuLu launched live music Fridays with an outdoor performance by The Pass.
The summer festival season has started, and no place does it better than Lyndon.
If a picture is worth a thousand words...what does this ad say about your establishment?
Starting this week, Metro Parks and Recreation offers an extensive schedule of Adapted Leisure activities for individuals with mental and/or physical disabilities, their friends and families.
MSD is retrofitting its 100-year-old sewer system to help curb sewage overflow in Cherokee Park, and is offering homeowners cash for their cooperation.
An open-casket funeral and a couple trying to prove they're still living are the subjects of two plays, Till and How Long Have I Been Dead Anyway?, which will premiere through Juneteenth Leagacy Theatre on Thursday.
New2Lou is a Newbie's dream come true. If you're new to Louisville, or not, they provide great networking.
So many drinks, so little time. NuLu serves up options in the libations department.
Get your entries in now! The Highland Commerce Guild is looking for applicants for the 2010 25th anniversary of Bardstown Road Aglow.
Band prepares to release full-length album