Dine at the Village Anchor and shop at Just Creations this month to support The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts Education programs.
A program offers needy parents of elementary school-aged children free computer lessons and a free refurbished computer so they can teach their children to use them and have aid with education.
The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk came into Louisville on Sunday, to a massive success.
Someday, when I win the lottery, I will buy a big farm and every adoptable pet will come and live with me there. Until then, there are events like the Million Mutt March to help animals in need of a loving home.
Dress like flappers and gangsters, sample the best food and drink in town, and dance the night away to jazz swing music from the Roaring Twenties, all to benefit local health charities!
Eat soup and bid on goodies to help eliminate hunger in Louisville!
How a mother of 3 Autistic children is using her story to inspire others and spread awareness.
It has wisely been said that if you've met one child with autism...you've met one child with autism. Join in and experience this for yourself at the always fun and family-friendly FEAT Run and Fun Walk to benefit autism this Saturday, September 22 at 8:30 a.m.
The Kentuckiana Pug Rescue 2013 Calendar Contest is coming to an end. Help the writer's pug, Macie, become a Calendar Pug!
Kentucky’s rates for brain injury is more than twice the national average. Really.
For the past seven years, the annual Mudd Sisters’ Great Steamboat Race Party has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Alzheimer’s Association.
It’s been called The Big C, but sometimes cancer happens to the smallest among us.