After Black Friday madness has died down this year, participate in one of Louisville's most beloved holiday traditions. Light Up Louisville boasts all of the favorites of past years: spectacular lights, the Jefferson Square Park tree, the Winter Holiday Parade, and, of course, Santa Claus!
Ear X-tacy offers third annual zombie prom, with entertainment by DeeJay Matt Anthony, O.K. Zombie and give-a-ways by local author David Stack.
"El Dia de los Muertos," or the "Day of the Dead," is celebrated every year on November 1 and 2 in Hispanic and Latino culture, but the Kentucky Art and Craft Museum invites you to explore for yourself and your family the customs of this intriguing holiday.
Travel back in time to the founding of our fair city at Locust Grove, where their annual Eighteenth Century Market Fair boasts period-correct entertainers, goods for sale, and a thrilling Revolutionary War reenactment on the stunning grounds.
Still looking for a way to enjoy the beautiful fall season that will entertain the whole family? Start a new tradition or enjoy a much-beloved one by visiting Joe Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant in southern Indiana.
A favorite children's book comes to life at Stage One as they kick-off the 65th season.
Where do you buy candy? Kentuckiana has some fantastic choices available. Check out this two-part feature highlighting two unique confection experiences.
It's been three years since Pleasure Ridge Park High sophomore Max Gilpin died after suffering severe heatstroke at an August football practice. Here's how his parents remember him - and that day.
Hay rides, guided hikes, slow food, and pony rides--fun for the whole family on the farm this Saturday at Foxhollow Farms.
Marriage is all about almost tireless planning but it is worth it: from the ceremony, to cohabitation, to kids, to growing old with the person you managed to convince to go on a second date.
What's funder than Thunder? The Thunder Preview Party, that's what!
Huge crowds packed the conference center in Shepherdsville where kids and parents alike enjoyed magic, music, food, games, and prizes. Bullitt County's KidsFEST drew 3,000 people Saturday, where indoor and outdoor activities kept everyone busy and happy.