“The study clearly shows that our investment in Fourth Street Live has been wise for our city and for the state in general,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.
Where else could you find creative dishes, good Kentucky bourbon and a guy who got the honor of holding a giant orange fork?
“We wanted to create the opportunity to enjoy a performance in the unique setting of Metro Hall, which is the people’s building. We’ll be featuring an eclectic mix of great performers and artists.”
Whimsical, beautiful, and a wonderful piece of art, this folk art style clock is truly a sight to behold.
The Best of the Web awards recognize outstanding government portals and websites based on innovation, functionality and efficiency. Louisville’s website took the top prize for its focus on making city services and government widely available online.
Exciting world music will come from more than 35 bands and performers while more than 30 food vendors and nearly 150 booths provide a global sampling of cuisine and culture.
“I want our kids to get excited about the first day of school, and I want parents to know how to prepare their children for this important first step on the path of lifelong learning.”
“We want everyone to be able to share and enjoy Louisville’s tremendous parks and strong quality of life regardless of where they live or their physical abilities,” Fischer said. “So, it’s an honor for us to continue partnering with the DREAM Foundation to make possible these great playgrounds where children can play together, regardless of their level of ability.”
“Providing meaningful jobs for our young people is one of the most important steps we can take as a community. It can change the future of that young person – and it’s also critically important to our city’s future. We are very grateful to everyone who has helped make this summer jobs program a success this year.”
The new Dirt Bowl won’t just be a basketball tournament – it also will be a community event and celebration.
“It’s hard to walk away from what we believed was a winning partnership for Kentucky and our team. But at the end of the day, the terms of the project did not fit our business model. It was time to withdraw.”
“This award is a resounding endorsement of both the quality of life in Louisville and the quality of people who live in our city,” Fischer said.