Because deep-frying things you don't eat anyway is a bad idea and may lead to slow dancing to cover-bands under giant tents, guzzling draft beer, excessive sweating, cardiac arrest, and flatulence.
Local Baptist church will host large-scale three-day gathering at the end of April.
Metro Parks presents mid-week cold weather relief by opening the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center for family, films and fun.
The Frankfort Avenue Business Association event returns for another year of holiday deals, happenings and cheer.
The Crescent Hill Community Council invites the neighborhood out for a seasonal dinner this weekend.
Any list of preferred local neighborhoods is going to have its “duh” candidates — the ones familiar to anybody who has ever asked advice about house hunting.
The monthly Clifton-area festivity takes a turn for the seasonal with "Halloween Hop" this weekend.
Local news for Oct. 7, 2010
The Louisville Free Public Library will host a look at Crescent Hill history with local historian and author.
It may be September, but the Catholic picnic community isn't done yet. St. Leonard offers entertainment and family fun Friday and Saturday evening.
Whether you're looking for a huge shebang, a community festival, or a country setting - here's a list of your best places to see some patriotic explosions this weekend.
Although hopes were high, J. Gumbo's Breakfast was quite disappointing.