We're eating a lot of food this week. Who can help it when Louisville has so many great restaurants?
12 reasons why Louisvillians should spend some of these warm sunshiny days and starlight nights across the river in Southern Indiana.
French Lick Resort is fun, beautiful, relaxing...and you won't even have to hear "are we there yet?" one time!
Kick those winter blues with these fun activities
It's a perfect time for a quick getaway and a little luxury at this historic resort.
Next Wednesday, get your captain on at the Louisville Magazine monthly launch party, devoted to the "Derby 139" issue. The Kentucky Derby Festival will be co-hosting the event, and it's one you won't want to miss.
The 2013 Louisville Concours d'Elegance officially announced it will be held at West Baden Springs Hotel in Indiana the first weekend of October, where Packard will be the honored marque. From 1920s-themed galas to memories of Concours past, here's what this year will bring to its new digs.
Is America's sequestration taking a toll on your weary mind? Need an escape for a couple of hours? Then spring into Gary's on Spring for Louisville Magazine's monthly launch party next Wednesday, in honor of the publication's Top Lawyers issue and Medical Guide supplement.
Louisville Magazine launches a new look for itself in 2013 with its "Health & Fitness" issue, along with the spring/summer issue of Louisville Bride, at the magazine's first launch party of the year at the BBC on 3rd & Main.
Louisville Magazine turned it up to 11 with their final launch party of 2012, in celebration of the December 2012 "Music Issue." Whether you were there or would have liked to have been, here is a recap of the monthly gathering, this time held under the majestic architectural and artistic wonder that is The Louisville Palace.
Countdown to Christmas: lots of opportunities to watch The Polar Express in and around Louisville. View holiday classic with your kids at the pool, the zoo, or recreate experience on a train ride.
Although not quite Shakespearean in its various acts, intrigues, subplots and human frailties, it has become a great and ongoing farce that Kentucky, of all places, can’t get its gambling laws straight.