Local author and performance artist Divinity Rose is re-releasing her humorous book “Snot, Bots, and Other Thoughts” with a big party for kids and their families on Sunday, December 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bearno’s by the Bridge. The party will include karaoke for the whole family, give-aways, activities and more. Admission is free, and free goodie bags are available to the first 50 people to arrive.
Bad weather? No worries. Here are some great tips for a fun and memorable Halloween without worrying about the forecast.
An area family set out to raise money for adoption purposes on Saturday in an event that welcomed corporate as well as individual sponsorship.
My first article for Louisville.com gives you a detailed guide to concert etiquette!
The greatest show on earth opens at the KFC YUM! Center tomorrow. It's the year of the dragon and this show promises to deliver. Check out Andre McClain's love for his job.
Ticket's on sale now for Louisville's new attraction, Snow Ball Park.
Enjoy the holiday-far from the ER
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.
Newly married I can be objective on this: 1)Single vs. 2)Dating vs. 3)Married. All three categories present different challenges but have one thing in common – getting out and enjoying your self in your own way. Welcome (almost) to Couple-Ville.
I never invite people to Derby but have accepted the fact that if you live in Louisville, they will come. Actually, I’m not convinced my out-of-town friends realize Louisville exists when it’s not Derby Weekend.
This week will mark the official kick-off of the 2011 Kentucky Derby Festival.
There is no shortage of charming diversions when walking downtown - the streetscape is a living lecture on the history, architecture and urban development of Louisville.