It's a three day weekend! Go see a cat show. Go watch a UofL game. Go celebrate WorldFest!
Get your beads ready for these Mardi Gras celebrations.
Gas was 4 dollars a gallon over Memorial Day. It's time to give the car a rest.
Big names coming for Fourth Street on Derby Eve and Derby Eve Eve
Sometimes two wheels are better than four. Find this out for yourself this Friday by participating in Bike to Work Day.
If you don't have any plans after happy hour this evening, are near the Hard Rock Café at Fourth Street Live, and love/hate the "Twilight" fan fic/New York Times bestseller "Fifty Shades of Grey," LEO Weekly's Sara Havens and other local media personalities will do a reading from the trilogy this evening in a preview of "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody."
If the thought of spending your Halloween glutting your gut with an unnecessary surplus of additive-filled, sugar-saturated, trick-or-treat candy scares you a bit for your health, have no fear! There are plenty of healthy Halloween alternatives offered in Louisville
Ever found yourself in a middle of a flash fashion show? Many a passerby experienced just such a thing yesterday along 4th Street, all in honor of the iconic little black dress, and to bring attention to an upcoming celebration for the historic piece known as Little Black Dress Day.
Does 4th Street need another Bar? You might be surprised at the answer!
The eyes of the nation will be upon Louisville on the first Saturday in May, but the real Derby celebration begins in the weeks leading up to the big race. Use this guide to the multiple Derby-related events taking place in the coming days and plan your own "run for the roses."
“So ladies, if you’re looking for a man who is into local sports, loves to eat, is athletic and good to his fellow man while maintaining his ‘manliness’ – then Louisville is the place you really want to be right now,” Mayor Greg Fischer joked at the ribbon cutting marking the $5.8 million Hyatt Regency Louisville renovation last Thursday, April 19.
As the show-stopping opener of the Kentucky Derby Festival, Thunder over Louisville is one of our city's most anticipated events. It is also one of the heaviest attended, meaning intense preparation is required to navigate the expected half-million people hoping to get a good view of the spectacle. Use this guide to plan everything from your driving route to your after-party activities.
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