One lady can pack a punch and she's decided to route her tour, which will most likely turn into a film, through our fair city.
The radio business has changed in recent years, but one man stands alone in his steadfast desire to be inane: Rocky Knight. And he's back on the air after a several year absence.
Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore! The Wiz, a genius musical adaptation of the Wizard of Oz, takes the stage as Broadway at Iroquois continues their summer season.
Taking a trip through the city streets can be harrowing during the height of traffic, but chaos? Not quite. The real maelstrom is appearing at the cooler-than-cool Vonfire Gallery at Glassworks.
Gene Simmons and Sting are former educators who have made it to the grandest stages of rock, and Amos Lee hopes to follow in their footsteps....somewhat.
Put on your green shirt and a kilt and get celtic in Oldham County
The united thespians have come together to announce what they'll be up to for the next year or so on the city's stages
We just didn't think enough fun could be had between 8pm and 11pm on the Great Lawn, so we're extending the evening with a little help from our friends!
The arts are alive and well in Louisville as the Fund for the Arts has the biggest year they've had in a long time.
Louisville hosts the first North American performances of an Oprah favorite.
The Bard will continue to live in Louisville every year thanks to some help from a committed corporate citizen.
One of Louisville's top festivals is bringing in a familiar name to add some punch to the program.