H1N1 crisis or funny wording on a Walgreens sign?
Interested in meditation? Wanting to try a new way of mindfulness? The Passionist Earth and Spirit Center offers two courses beginning in February.
Is there a better way to help out your community than by coming out to try some of the best wine and cheese around?
There's never been a better reason to go for a beer. On Monday, O'Shea's is giving away all—yes, all—proceeds from their sales to a truly worthy kids' charity.
Wondering what's going on with the fenced-off car wash site at Bardstown and Edgeland? Big changes are afoot—like growing vegetables three stories overhead.
Go skiing, attending a homecoming hoops game or listen music--just tdo something to beat midwinter blues!
Feeling cabin fever, but short on cash? Check out the Sarabande Reading Series.
Highlands’s residents have another reason NOT to leave their neighborhood as the popular Frankfort Avenue Beer Depot is making Bardstown Road its second home!
One of HullabaLOU's most discussed acts pulls out of the music festival.
Comedy, music and family event among the highlights for what's shaping up to be a dreary weekend in Derby City.
Conversation with comedian, who's performing Saturday night at the Kentucky Center, covers kindergarten teachers, short-term memory loss, a German Shepherd with an inferiority complex, lobsters, libraries and refrigerated ants. Tickets start at $25.
Louisville Collegiate School has announced artist application deadlines for this year’s Art in the Highlands, held Sept. 18-19, 2010.