Chris Cleave, on an American tour behind the release of the paperback version of his novel "Little Bee," will participate in a reading. Added bonus: Cleave has a British accent!
This damn snow keeps hanging around, but let me paint a picture for you from a Germantown summer's perspective. During the grey winter months when the ground is frozen and the deciduous trees are bare, motionless, and dormant, I often find myself daydreaming of plush summers. Summers that blow the captivating mulberry tree's breeze passed our nostrils, while its fruit speckle stains the walkways of our backyards...
REO Speedwagon and Styx set to rock Freedom Hall this Friday with special guest .38 Special
A neighborhood bar that stands up firm against the sands of time, with a new vibrancy and clientele. Yesteryear's biker bar and piss stained sidewalks transformed over the years into the new place to go, have a drink, and catch a live local show.
The Louisville Zoo wants you! Their new “Adopt-a-Garden” campaign is looking for volunteers to have your own garden at the zoo!
Got the hots for yoga, but too afraid to try it?
Garbage and recycling collection, snow plowing all get a big FAIL
A new couple went with friends to see Rusty Z, the Hypno Hipster at Comedy Caravan—and after being hypnotized on stage, knew they wanted to be together always.
Most of you know this stuff, but some of you don't. Take a 3-minute glimpse at the favorite haunts of one Louisvillian.
St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner and no place does it up quite like the Highlands!
The Olympics may be only halfway over, but you can get the jump on everyone watching at home by attending a free (and safe) rugby clinic—then watching as Louisville's new high school league roars to life.
After playing around town for a few years and gathering some steam, the time is ripe for new material.