In the 1970s, Presto the Clown was an iconic TV figure to Louisville children. Since Presto left WDRB in 1980, children's programming has changed dramatically. WDRB's own Ray Foushee talks about the evolution of local programming.
Goth Prom, Mag Bar Prom, Gay Prom - are all the local niche "proms" a marketing scam or a great way to meet people with similar counterculture interests?
The storm forecast is affecting some - but not all - of tonight's outdoor events in Southern Indiana.
When you're on a budget and needing some organized exercise, Jazzercise may or maynot be the right fit for you.
Tonight at Shine: A Wellness Studio, learn to create peace in your body, and to nurture and improve your breast health with Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Lymphatic Specialist Christal Williams.
No, drinking the bourbon does not guarantee a date with a Playmate
Enjoy a dinner and help children tonight at the Rudyard Kipling by seeing The Necessary Theatre production of The Tricky Part tonight.
Music Makes a City makes its premiere in Louisville at the Brown Theatre.
What do the Guinness book of world records, Groupon, and one of our writers in stocks have in common? The Frazier Museum.
The music that inspired me to become a writer, molded the way that I speak, and helped create the person that I've become.
There are far too many things to do this weekend in Southern Indiana alone. How's a person to decide?
Lord of the Rings. Just about everyone knows it, or should know it. After all, it was a successful book series, followed by and even more successful movie trilogy. On Friday, May 21, one man, Charlie Ross, will tackle the trilogy in his show One Man Lord of the Rings.