Singer-songwriter Dar Williams will take the West Stage at the Forecastle Festival 2010 on Sunday July 11 at 2:15. While often classified a folk artist, Williams’ music is usually a pop-folk blend earmarked with insightful lyrics and interesting characters. Louisville.com was fortunate enough to talk with Dar while she was at a tour stop in Cleveland. Personable and approachable, she had a lot to say about songwriting, parenting, and, of course, her babysitter.
The boys had to cancel some shows recently, but Forecastle goers can see the band this weekend.
Translation: You should probably wear a red-white-and-blue outfit this weekend
This weekend should be a wild one, full of drunkenness, bad decisions, and quite possibly some blown off body parts. See you in the ER.
On Independence Day, we do a splendid job celebrating our country. But what can we do to support, sustain, and improve our homeland? Sometimes the best ways to think big, is to think small.
My first time ever at KFC and I watched my hudband eat one of the world's fattiest foods, the Double Down.
Whether you're looking for a huge shebang, a community festival, or a country setting - here's a list of your best places to see some patriotic explosions this weekend.
Here's your chance to see all your favorite and soon-to-be-favorite local bands on one stage at Forecastle. Bluegrass Catastrophe pulls them all together. Headliners include Paul K. and the Weathermen, Arnett Hollow, The Ravenna Colt, The Pass and more.
Howard Crabtree will be flying, Zanna will play matchmaker, and the Time Warp will be done again as part of Pandora Productions's 2010-2011 theatre sesaon.
Celebrate Independence Day in good health by running or walking the Crescent Hill Old-Fashoned 4th of July 5k. Time's running out to register, so sign up now!
Every week Derby City Dating introduces you to a new place to meet other singles or a good place to go once you've snagged that first date. For the holiday weekend, we're taking you downtown to Derby City Espresso.
It’s the dog days of summer—but Independence Day fireworks aren’t a rite of summer that our pets particularly look forward to. Whether you take your dog to watch the rockets or leave your pal at home, here’s how to keep your four-footed friend safe and feeling secure as the skies light up.