Search no further for a fun, non-annoying music class for kids! Music classes mix humor and pop songs on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at Mama's Hip on Bardstown Road.
Owner of downtown coffee shop plans for the lounge to be open at the beginning of February and promises a different, but familiar experience. Expanded menu--and full bar--among the new offerings.
Get out of the January cold and outside in the heat for a good cause! Come by for dinner, fruity umbrella drinks or just to visit an outside oasis in the middle of winter, as anything guests purchase will help in aiding those in need.
Vietnamese pho among the highlights of this modern Asian-fusion restaurants's new brunch menu. Fresh squeezed mimosas, hand-made Bloody Marys and ginger cocktail are also popular (I wonder why).
Bardstown Road brewery also offers the best damn yam fries you've ever eaten--they pair well with a pint of Nitro Porter and a bison burger.
English-style tavern has its roots in Kentucky, making it a rare exception in a bastion of Cordish Companies gentrification. So grab a pint there and leave Hard Rock Cafe for the tourists.
Louisville Free Public Library presents Galileo’s Starry Messenger: 1610-2010 at the Highlands Branch. This exhibit includes a display of a full-color facsimile of Galileo’s 1610 treatise Sidereus Nuncius (Starry Messenger).
The Anime Club at the Louisville Free Public Library presents “Spiral: "Spiral: What are the Blade Children?” at the Highlands Branch Teen Outpost, in the Mid-City Mall. Movie follows the character of Ayumu as he attempts to unravel the mystery of the cursed Blade Children after his brother vanishes while looking for them himself
One of America’s most beloved jazz standards is “My Funny Valentine” and Louisville’s beloved comedy club, Comedy Caravan is hosting an evening of jazz on Monday. Coincidence?
Event at Monkey Wrench was not just a good time, but informative too as speakers from the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA) discussed bike pooling to work.
Hayden's bright colors and clean style are most at home with her watercolor and chalk pastel depictions of flowers, particularly lotuses, a symbol of the Buddhism that she and restaurant owner Toki Masabuchi practice.
It may not have Liza herself, but the rest of what you expect from the classic from the stage is there.