1998 peace treaty praised by Bill Clinton
Speaker to describe 400-year-old journey of discovery
United Nations Environmental Partnership marks Arbor Day celebration with tree giveaway April 3
Feeling out of whack? Your chakras may be out of balance. Here’s how to get them cleared and ready for the rest of the week.
This ramped-up trip through the Highlands may leave you dizzy!
Target stores across the nation will delight children, red fish, Loraxes and wockets alike with a free Dr. Seuss event this Saturday.
The Olympics may be only halfway over, but you can get the jump on everyone watching at home by attending a free (and safe) rugby clinic—then watching as Louisville's new high school league roars to life.
Thomas Merton, the famed Trappist monk and poet who in engaged different faiths and cultures in peaceful dialogue amidst the tumultuous climate of the 1960s race riots and Vietnam War, is the subject of the fourth annual Thomas Merton Black History Month Lecture on Monday, February 22, at Bellarmine University’s Frazier Hall.
Don't rely on a fortune cookie to plan your future -- free concert at Comstock Hall on Sunday, February 14th.
Indie darlings the Watson Twins began in Louisville and wound up in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. Chandra Watson discusses her and sister Leigh’s new album, the exposure from “True Blood” and coming back home and playing to new fans—and those who knew them when.
FREE show at the MeX on Thursday night!
In observance of Black History Month, the Kentucky Opera will perform a free program on Saturday, February 6 at 3:00 P.M. at Bellarmine University.
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