The most fun, competitive, frustrated, and ridiculous you're ever been in your car!
How will Lady Gaga's arrival in Louisville affect how our city views the homosexual community? Will it bring awareness to the problems with anti-gay bullying and violence? Video included of Gaga's "Don't ask, don't tell" speech.
The workshop will teach altered book making with themes inspired by the Day of the Dead.
Photo gallery showing a preview of some of the decorations this year on Hillcrest Ave.
‘There’s a Party in My City!’ tour plays two shows at Palace
A post-war Japanese village, a bumbling army officer, and a meddling interpreter provide the basis for the comedy Teahouse of the August Moon, which will open at Floyd Central High School on Thursday.
The eight-man, music-making performance group, Stomp is to play Whitney Hall (Kentucky Center) Oct. 15, 16 and 17. The event is part of the PNC Broadway Across America series.
Joshua Shane Vance is a self taught artist with a degree in psychology who uses his knowledge of behavior to create art that evokes a response.
Free lecture, one-day conference celebrate writer’s ecological thought and relationship with Dorothy Day
The 2010 Louisville Race for the Cure was regrettably unorganized, but ultimately an importnat and inspiring event. Read about the writer's first 5k experience, final revelation, and get race results.
Tuesday, October 10th at Freedom Hall comes the American Carnage Tour featuring Anthrax, Megadeth, and Slayer.
Joe Pug is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter coming to Skull Alley on October 13. In this interview, he talks about his approach to songwriting and creating a fan base from the ground up.