What is 'The Shining' REALLY about...?
Saturday from 2 to 8 p.m. under the Louisville Water Tower, LIBA and Grasshoppers Distribution, along with over 150 vendors and three local bands, will celebrate the fifth year of the Buy Local Fair, with an afterparty to follow at MilkWood at Actors Theatre.
Nobody is taking opposing corners tonight. With the annual Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light’s Awards Dinner slated for 6:30pm, former pastor and author, Michael Dowd, will present “Beyond Sustainability: A Realistically Inspiring Vision”.
May 11 and 18 at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm: take your little one to see live theater at StageOne. Charlotte's Web will delight ages four and up.
If you don't have any plans after happy hour this evening, are near the Hard Rock Café at Fourth Street Live, and love/hate the "Twilight" fan fic/New York Times bestseller "Fifty Shades of Grey," LEO Weekly's Sara Havens and other local media personalities will do a reading from the trilogy this evening in a preview of "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody."
So much for your typical party...
What makes you proud to be a Louisvillian? What makes your kids proud? Get to snapping and win some prizes for showcasing your hometown pride!
World's worst boss could become murder victim if the audience can't figure out Whodunnit.
Walden Theatre students tackle Shakespeare and a French classic work during the Young American Shakespeare Festival 2013, which opens tonight.
Thrills, relationships, and murder, all to be found in Pandora Productions's Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story, which opens tomorrow.
A musical classic.
Friday, May 10 is National Astonomy Day. Enjoy a discounted rate ($5 per person) at UL planetarium and let your kids search the stars over Louisville and try to win a telescope.