Just in time for trolley hop, the newest spot on Main St. has opened its doors--and bottles.
You can't say the wrong thing with your mouth full.
You don't like burnt coffee?
The Wine Rack's owner suggests a bottle that should get your valentine in the mood.
Brooklyn's hipsters ain't got nothing on Bardstown Road's hipsters when it comes to toting home 64 ounces of microbrew.
FREE show at the MeX on Thursday night!
Say your Valentine isn’t interested in a Crave Case and candlelight dinner at White Castle, but wants to do something different… How about Prom in February?
It was a sold out event for the Actors Theatre of Louisville for its annual fundraiser at the Marriott Downtown. I was able to go into the room before anyone else. You could tell that it was an event that was working within a budget but Barry Wooley pulled it off magnificently. Everything upon opening the door had a blue cascade of color upon it which made it very soothing to spend an evening.
Is your Thursday night calendar blank? Fill it up with Matthew Ryan and special guest Rebecca Williams!
Want to learn how to prepare healthy food in your own kitchen? Willing to give raw and minimally cooked vegetarian cuisine a try but not sure where to start? Interested in low-mileage, high-octane fuel that sustains both the environment and your body? Join Chef Peter Klarman, who will lead “Cookin’ It Up with Chef Peter” at Gilda’s Club Wednesday evening, February 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M.
As a young woman, Janet Oesterly wanted to be an artist—but it took her daughter actually growing up and doing it herself to get her drawing again. Now, Janet and Sarah Oesterly share an exhibit with their creations side by side.
In observance of Black History Month, the Kentucky Opera will perform a free program on Saturday, February 6 at 3:00 P.M. at Bellarmine University.