See Sylvester Stallone's breakout film on the big screen.
Every week brings difficult decisions on which adoptable pet at Louisville Metro Animal Services gets featured in this weekly article. We try to feature new ones each week but some who have already been featured are still waiting to go home.
The all-black version movie comes loaded with DVD extras at Improvapalooza 13, which takes place Saturday.
Marriage through the observations of a nearly middle-aged bachelor in the musical comedy Company.
Louisville Water will bring the Pumping Station to closely resemble its original pre-Civil War condition.
The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind will celebrate Mary Ingalls' birthday this Saturday as part of National Braille Literacy Month.
Louisville is Lonely Planet's top tourist destination for 2013. And baby, it's cold outside. That means it's a great time to stroll down Museum Row on Main and warm up in one of the nine cultural offerings downtown. Glass, science, boxing, baseball, art, and history--there's something for every adult and child!
A little bit of comedy, a little bit of drama.
The author the book, ‘The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn From Traditional Societies?’, Jared Diamond will take center spotlight at the Kentucky Center for the Arts this Wednesday, January 9th, for an interview with author and anthropologist, Sarah Hrdy. It sounds fancy and fine.
The Kentucky Horse Council's Kentucky Round-Up equine educational event has something for everyone at the Kentucky Horse Park's indoor Alltech Arena on February 2. The event ends with a concert by country music star John Michael Montgomery at 7 pm.
The US Mounted Games Association to hold a 5 weekend games competition series at the Kentucky Horse Park this winter and spring. Come watch this wild and wacky equestrian competition as competitors compete on horse back in relay games with such names as Bang-A-Balloon, Hula Hoop, Socks and Buckets.
A lady, her ex-husband, alimony, and a plot to kill. Oh, the hilarity!