If the lower cost of living isn't enough to bring you to Southern Indiana, maybe these three weekend events will help you work up the courage to drive across a bridge.
It's the first Friday of the month! Ride the free trolleys, drink the free wine and meander through the free museum exhibits. You won't find a better time for the price.
WFPK celebrates Sunday Bluegrass host Berk Bryant's 80th birthday with a show at The Vernon Club Sunday featuring Cherryholmes.
Emery's is the best place in town to eat ice cream and reminisce about the good ol' days. Poodle skirts are optional.
The Kentucky Humane Society is offering kids the chance to go to summer camp alongside furry, four-legged friends!
Yet another event in Southern Indiana featuring arts and crafts. Don't you ever tire? No? Me either.
Come join in for the inaugural Top of the Hops beer festival on Saturday, June 19th at the Kentucky International Convention Center.
Charlie Mars brought a lively show to Zanzabar that lived up to the groovy sound on his new CD, Like a Bird, Like a Plane.
Music Theatre Louisville will preview its upcoming season by presenting a couple of free shows this weekend.
The Smashing Pumpkins join The Flaming Lips and Widespread Panic as headlining bands for next month's Forecastle Festival, along with a roster of 100 others.
I went for the Magic Hat Tour, not the Magic Mystery Tour.
Michelle Jones brings electronic connections into the real world tonight at Sweet Surrender.