An impassioned area resident begins GoGreen Germantown with sights set on beautification, betterment, and unity.
John Woosley, the former lead singer for Hell's 1/2 Acre, talks about life after the band folded, the music scene in Louisville, and striking out on his own with new songs.
The first, and perhaps annual, Miss Germantown-Schnitzelburg pageant has begun!
After a few week push back it's officially here...
Louisville Speed Dating is taking over Westport Whiskey and Wine Monday, May 10.
This week's staycation spotlight is targeted for those still seeking the perfect Mother's Day weekend for the mother(s) in their life.
Deer Tick opens for Dr. Dog this Friday, May 7 at Headliners, while downtown, the Goo Goo Dolls are on tap for the Louisville Palace.
The economy may be rebounding, but it has left many bruised bank accounts in its wake. With vacation season fast approaching, what's a frugal family to do? Never fear, for Louisville.com is here to help! We may not be able to bestow you with large sacks of cash, but we can help you horde your own while still having the relaxing and rejuvenating experience you crave. How? The answer, my friend, is to take a staycation.
Walden Theatre will present three of Shakespeare's works during the Young American Shakespeare festival, which will begin on May 6.
I like to give everything and everyone a chance, so I didn't listen when people warned me about living in Old Louisville. I'm glad I tried it, but I'm so glad to be leaving.
Looking for Lilith is set to present, for one night, the voices of women during World War II in the production What My Hands Have Touched on May 8.
Dancing, drinks, and fine cuisines fuel a good time at American Lung Association benefit.