Plus recommendations for truly horrifying cinema.
We are getting into the Halloween spirit here at Louisville.com by featuring all black adoptable pets at Louisville's Metro Animal Services. Why we even have a black bunny rabbit in this week's article.
Bieber fever to hit Louisville this weekend!
Does Kentucky win the Gold in the Spook Olympics?
Yo-yo'ing up and down the East Coast to see Bruce Springsteen in concert was how I spent my 20s (along with working in unfulfilling jobs and drinking). So I'd planned on previewing his concert Saturday night with the E Street Band at the KFC Yum! Center with a long-winded self-indulgent preview, trying to explain what about Springsteen live has compelled me to see him more than 50 times.
One Louisville local braves the "Louisville Ghost Walk" and explores the ghostly history of the River City in the process.
The headless horsemen makes his way to Walden Theatre in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, which opens Wednesday.
Band gigs are always interesting, sometimes fun, and sometimes humorously awful especially on Halloween.
Louisville Ballet goes to its home turf for Studio Connections, opening tomorrow night.
Ready for a girl's night out?
Our entire presidential history is on stage at The Bard's Town beginning Thursday.
A program offers needy parents of elementary school-aged children free computer lessons and a free refurbished computer so they can teach their children to use them and have aid with education.