Residents near Bellarmine want to park in front of their own houses—not battle with college students and staff for their place.
And afterwards, guys, head to Volare for V-Day specials. (A half-priced bottle of wine makes any bad movie better, right?)
“The economy has killed us,” Ear X-tacy owner John Timmons says. “But I don’t want to close the store. I will do everything I can.”
Squeamish about the V-word? Get cured.
So you think you can dance? Come out to Monkey Wrench, support a good cause and show your stuff!
Don't rely on a fortune cookie to plan your future -- free concert at Comstock Hall on Sunday, February 14th.
Stuck in the office all week and jealous of those who enjoyed snow days and playing in the snow? You’re in luck, and you’ll feel amazing afterwards! Come out and run in the Snowman Shuffle!
Check out the excitement of the 58th annual Germantown Baseball League. There is still time to sign-up! Details inside. Season will culminate with Annual Picnic and Alumni Games!
Enjoy your snow day on this Crescent Hill, uh, hill.
“Louisville is for Lovers,” declares the popular CD series. Make Valentine’s Day—or any day—a bit more romantic with some songs from what I like to call the Official Louisville.com Valentine’s Day ’10 Mixtape. Enjoy.
Indie darlings the Watson Twins began in Louisville and wound up in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. Chandra Watson discusses her and sister Leigh’s new album, the exposure from “True Blood” and coming back home and playing to new fans—and those who knew them when.
Come for the art, stay for the Kentucky-made wines, beers and spirits! Tickets are on sale now for the seventh annual Legal Aid Society fundraiser.