Here are four ways to "Get Your Preak On!" in Louisville.
If you ever wanted to get into the Louisville theatre scene, this may be your best chance as 15 theatre companies will take part in the 2010 unified auditions on May 22.
Come on down to Butchertown this Saturday, May 15th for their annual art fair!
If you were driving down Bardstown Road last weekend and swore you saw a bunch of people watching a French-subtitled print of 'Ghostbusters' from lawn chairs in a church parking lot, you weren’t hallucinating. And this weekend, you can get up close for a free 'walk-in movie' not once but twice.
The 20th annual Concerts in the Park series at Warder Park in Jeffersonville starts this Friday at 7:30. Free admission.
Take a peek into the costuming of the Alley Theater's Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
The main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library is having a Grand Re-Opening Celebration this weekend to commemorate the completion of its restoration.
Canoe and ayak along with Louisville Metro Parks and the Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Movement are looking for a youth ambassador to champion paddle sports this summer in New York City.
Relationships, reality, and conforming to societal norms never seem appealing when you've never cared about any of those things.
Barenaked Ladies' drummer Tyler Stewart talks about his rejuvenated band, hockey, and their upcoming show at the Louisville Palace on Saturday May 15 in support of their new release All In Good Time.
Arts & Crafts fan? Gardener? Antique lover? Fan of touring mansions? Then your weekend plans should include a visit to the 18th annual Victorian Chautauqua Spring Arts, Crafts, and Garden Festival in Jeffersonville, IN
Local singer-songwriter Saredren Wells to play CD release party with The Mack and Roadie from Arnnett Hollow Friday on the rooftop garden at Glassworks.