If you were at the 26th annual Bourbon Ball then you were where the cufflinks were shining and, if you’re doing it right, the dresses binding.
Just in time for Halloween comes a werewolf in love, an over-the top vampire, and a princess - all performed by two actors - in The Mystery of Irma Vep beginning tomorrow.
Animal-loving saint remembered in pet appreciation ceremonies
Straight No Chaser, the a cappella band from Indiana University, proves that its much more than a novelty act with a strong performance and diverse set list at Horseshoe on Friday night.
Watch, listen, or participate in a discussion regarding marriage and cultural difference during the reading of A Perfect Wedding tomorrow in downtown Louisville.
The annual Bourbon Ball is a fundraising event to support the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft and to keep the Louisville art scene growing.
If you love art fairs, but find the St. James Court Art Show to be a bit too crowded, the UnFair is just the place for you. Featuring local artists, the UnFair at the Magnolia Bar is a great unique alternative to the massive St. James fair.
An interview with Black Label Society's drummer Will Hunt before the upcoming show at Expo FIve.
Canadian band Stars will bring it's distinctive and melodic style of indie rock to Headliners Sunday night.
According to IdeaFestival speaker Peter W. Singer, we are living through a robot revolution and within 25 years, there may be tens of thousands of robots that are 1 billion times more powerful than those already changing the face of war today, which brings up many powerful benefits, problems and ethical dilemmas.
Creative Capital has committed more than $20 million dollars in financial and advisory support to 325 projects while representing 406 artists in its first decade. Their executive director will share their story at Idea Festival on Saturay.
Sean Carroll will be presenting Wild Time about the concept of time in all of its many manifestations. Saturday, 1:30 p.m. at Idea Festival.