Local Artist Phillip Williamson offers Louisville a unique spin on the classics.
Chris Redman has become one of the most outstanding quarterbacks in Cardinal football history and foor good reason as we take a look at this Sports legend of the 'Ville.
The Atlanta-based rock group performs at Headliners this Thursday night.
The country/ urban Rapper artist, Yelawolf, proved to be very enlightening with his performance at Louisville's Expo 5 Center.
Fred Cowgill has covered Louisville sports for 26 years. So what was he describing when he said, "It was one of the most special moments of my life, and the biggest story of my career"?
The Cardinals try to quiet the naysayers while the Wildcats try to live up to lofty expectations in the NCAA tournament.
Donta Smith is currently playing basketball around the world, lending his talents to teams both nationally and internationally but before all that he was a standout at Oldham County high school.
Second baseman Dan Uggla has a fan club who called themselves "the Ugglies"- I'm not even making that up. That alone was a good enough reason to highlight the Louisvillian by birth in today's Sports legends of the Ville story.
Second City alumni include Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi and Steve Carell — and that’s just the alphabet’s first three letters. Basically, anybody who has made you laugh since the 1960s — Chris Farley, Tina Fey, Tim Meadows, Bill Murray, Joan Rivers — has some ties to Second City.
Georgia southern rockers played an intimate club show for Louisville fans Friday night that included classics, covers and a good time.