Don't be afraid of eating vegetarian! Louisville's new restaurants Heart and Soy and Roots are elevating the food scene and providing fresh locally produced tofu and delicious vegetarian offerings.
With names of plays like A Falling Piano With Your Name on It, Gay Enounters of the Third Kind, and Aprodite at the ER, how could you not attend The Ten-Tucky Festival of Ten Minute Plays, which opens at The Bard's Town on Thursday.
Life, love, and changing expectations are found in Summer Brave, which opens at Walden Theatre on Thursday.
Le Petomane takes a comedic travel through time in Time Flies, which opens tomorrow.
Can a family live a normal life when dealing with mental illness? Find out in Centerstage's regional premiere of Next to Normal.
If you’re in your fifties, you’ll forget a few things, and that means you’ll leave your coat behind on days when the weather is so unseasonably nice that you forgot you brought it.
Take advantage of this new partnership between Louisville's Mega Cavern and Maker's Mark Distillery.
Saturday School never seemed so fun.
The local coffeehouse has partnered with Vint to serve beer and wine at select locations.
Louisville Repertory Company presents Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead beginning Thursday.
Writers, Performers, Musicians, and artists gather for networking and performances monthly at Highlands Bearno's. Anyone is welcome to sign up and show off.
An observation on slavery is brought to life at The Bard's Town in Shame the Devil: An Audience With Fanny Kemble.