Open Ears, Open Heart, Open Soul
See Disney princesses, have a visit with Santa, and more this Saturday in downtown Louisville.
Cool free event alert: Tickets for the one-act comedic play are free (but must be reserved). You'll want to be a part of this theater/radio/podcast production.
Clear your weekend dinner plans, you’re definitely going to want to visit Louisville’s new favorite BBQ spot.
New year, new activities in and around Louisville to try with your children and families.
Menorahs, music jam sessions, Nords doughnuts, and more!
We often find pride in talking about celebrities such as Johnny Depp and Jennifer Lawrence or musicians from over the years; it seems like now may be the time to add another face to the Kentucky hall of fame.
The Carnegie Center in New Albany's upcoming programming includes free workshops in book art. Participants will create one-of-a-kind, multi-material masterpieces.
When you see a group of people walking in NuLu with boomboxes, don't be alarmed. They are spreading holiday cheer.
The Banditos will play southern rock at Zanzabar this Saturday, December 20. This promising southern rock band will release their debut album in 2015.
Where can you still take your children for a visit with Santa Claus?
The Louisville rock band play a smooth version of the Christmas classic and you can download it for free.