Halloween is one more excuse for the Highlands to get "weird," and this year's BooFest promises more unearthly entertainment than ever!
Turn-of-the-century New York turns up at Centerstage in Ragtime, which opens Thursday.
Louisville's first-annual CycLOUvia event promises to promote healthy lifestyles and economic development in the Highlands. But will it succeed?
Walden Theatre brings the Greek tragedy Oresteia to the stage beginning on Thursday.
Eat soup and bid on goodies to help eliminate hunger in Louisville!
With two great festivals in one great neighborhood, there's no excuse not to visit the Highlands this weekend. Check out the Belknap Fall Festival at Douglass Loop on Friday and Saturday and Farmington Harvest Festival on Sunday.
District 8 residents are invited to share their cares and concerns with their councilman at monthly coffee events.
Mike Tracy, Director of the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Studies Program at the University of Louisville School of Music, performs for park-goers at this week’s jazz series concert.
Baby Horse Theatre Group brings a different style of theatre to Louisville with Biography of Physical Sensation.
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.