The Danielle Dafler Celebrity Charity Gala
One of the country’s most popular retailers, Macy’s, is the title sponsor of the Kentucky Derby Festival’s Spring Fashion Show for the first time. The annual show is Thursday, Mar. 28, in the Showroom of Horseshoe Southern Indiana. The night starts with cocktails and boutique shopping at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. and the runway show at 8 p.m.
Louisville: Did you know? is a weekly comic illustrating facts about Louisville and Kentucky. This week we are getting a little tipsy.
Louisville's Roller Derby team, the Roller Girls has concluded their season last weekend but continues to aid in the increasing momentum in the revival of the sport of Roller Derby.
Prove that you really DO make the best chili around, and win some great prizes, too!
LeRoy Nieman is a sports legend of the 'Ville and everywhere else he went as well.
Terry Rozier showcased his sweet shooting stroke among some of the nation’s top talent
For years now Churchill Downs has been attracting big names from all over the world- I decided to take a look at just a few of the celebrities that have passed through the Derby through the decades in honor of that.
The Kentucky Derby has seen it's share of legends- and almost too much in the background is the horse trainer. Here I look at the most winningest trainers in the history of the Derby.
The Kentucky Derby this year made me wonder, "what jockeys have won the most in the history of the event?"
Health care professionals proved they can party with the best of us by getting down at a Derby Party fit for a Disney musical number.
Oaks behind me, I needed Oats. On Derby morning, I was tasked with breakfast, both personally and professionally. The Historic Homes Foundation was nice enough to invite my wife and I, along with media sponsor Garden & Gun magazine, to the 34th Annual Historic Homes Foundation Derby Breakfast at Farmington Historical Plantation. The Plantation is nestled next to Sullivan University, and when I say ‘nestled’, I am speaking of the one-lane tree-lined road along the student dorms. This secluded road leads to what used to house a 50-acre hemp plantation built for John and Lucy Speed during 1815 and is now a national historic treasure.