Even with some conspicuously missing hits, the songsmith and guitar wiz obviously plays before crowds most nights of the week.
At the Nach Bar's St. Baldrick's event, young and old, male and female sit side by side, and face the clippers as part of the worldwide effort of shaving the way to conquer kid's cancer.
Feeling out of whack? Your chakras may be out of balance. Here’s how to get them cleared and ready for the rest of the week.
His mouth has been doing a lot lately, but we're about to see what he can do with his hands.
"Hebrew soul" singer to perform at music festival this weekend
When word got out that New Albany Brewing Company would not be allowed to advertise on their float at this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, some fans got worked into a froth. Here’s what happened, the stake Bluegrass Brewing Company has in the parade—and the connection between the parade’s grand marshal and yet another beer company.
Join author Cami Walker at 60 West Bistro this Thursday as the local MS Society kicks off a 29 Day Giving Challenge.
At the corner of Taylorsville & Bardstown Road, there’s finally been some construction activity after years of nothingness. What will call that address home?
It's nearly that time again, and folks are already asking when the Germantown beer walk is.
The best science comes from yard signs in construction zones.
Springtime in Louisville not only means the warmer weather, Bats Baseball and the Kentucky Derby. For residents of the Highlands, it’s also time for the Cherokee Triangle Art Fair!
What do we want? RANDOM SIGNS! When do we want them? BRUNCH TIME!