If you've seen the whacked out a capella version of "The 12 Days of Christmas" you know who these guys are. And we respect anybody that can drop legendary rockers Toto into a Christmas classic!
You can expect to see amazingly large and imaginative sculptures and vessels in this glass exhibition; squids, turtles, and bio-shaped vessels to name a few. Float your boat? Make plans for Friday night!
Louisville's venerable theater series for kids comes back with a slew of familiar names and family favorites.
Starting out doing Sirius Satellite Radio with Howard Stern and ending up doing art shows, Pat Gallagher has found his home and his passion in Louisville.
John Prine is road, time, and talent tested. With all that under his belt, he's still not ready to hang up his guitar and rest on his laurels. A new album has him on the road to Louisville.
He's uber talented, quite popular with the ladies, and a little moody so they say (just DON'T call him "Bryan"). And he's bringing the road show up I-71.
If photography is your thing, but you don't care for paints - don't miss this collection of...paintings!
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival’s annual fundraiser, British Pub Night, is scheduled for September 12, 7:00pm at Mellwood Arts Center.
A quilt might be good for getting cozy by the fire with some hot chocolate, but it's an art form don't you know. Here's your chance to dig in.
The original shock rocker has walked off the golf course for the time being and is back to beheadings. And you can catch him this weekend.
If you roll with the blues and live in the grit, Horseshoe has a fantastic Friday night lined up for you.
A favorite of the hip crowd is grabbing some kudos from the radio industry elite with their blend of new, local, and classic music.