Blame this Crescent Hill chiropractor
New acts like Tonic; Ben Folds; and Blood, Sweat and Tears do nothing to shake up festival's staid lineup.
Saturday night's mini festival was more Fun than you could shake a glow stick at
First Richard Marx stands up a Louisville concert, now Kenny G? Promoters--be careful of booking Michael Bolton.
Haven’t been to Walden Theater yet to check out Shakespeare’s classic, Much Ado About Nothing? You still have a chance to catch the remaining performances!
H1N1 crisis or funny wording on a Walgreens sign?
Interested in meditation? Wanting to try a new way of mindfulness? The Passionist Earth and Spirit Center offers two courses beginning in February.
Is there a better way to help out your community than by coming out to try some of the best wine and cheese around?
There's never been a better reason to go for a beer. On Monday, O'Shea's is giving away all—yes, all—proceeds from their sales to a truly worthy kids' charity.
Wondering what's going on with the fenced-off car wash site at Bardstown and Edgeland? Big changes are afoot—like growing vegetables three stories overhead.
Go skiing, attending a homecoming hoops game or listen music--just tdo something to beat midwinter blues!
Feeling cabin fever, but short on cash? Check out the Sarabande Reading Series.