Peter Weir's debut feature kicks off the Louisville Film Society's April Cine-Club.
Presenting the Oscar-nominated film of war and abduction.
Forbidden love during the 1950s rock-n-roll revolution takes shape in Memphis, which opens Tuesday.
Three unlikely women come together to take control of the workforce in the comedy 9 to 5: the Musical at Derby Dinner Playhouse.
Shelby Park and the surrounding neighborhood are experiencing revitalization
Michael Cleveland, Jeff Guernsey, The Rumors, and Self Inflicted supply music entertainment for the Ethan Bennett Memorial Scholarship benefit event.
This is really happening
Um, look at this menu. Now.
Thursday evening, a special "relaunch" party was held in the West End by Louisville Magazine in honor of the "Stop Ignoring the West End" stories that lead the March 2013 "Top Lawyers" issue.
If you are staying home next week for spring break and are cleaning out your kids’ rooms, think about donating those old stuffies to a good cause.
Grizzly Bear with guest Owen Pallett will be performing at the Brown Theatre on April 1.
We feature several adoptable dogs who are running out time at Metro Animal Services and are in desperate need of foster homes or adoption. Are you the one who could save them?