The place was packed, everybody ready to hear me tell a story. Yes, me. I was at Headliners Music Hall to participate in the Moth, a live storytelling event that started in New York in the late 1990s and recently made its way to Louisville. The theme that night, which I knew ahead of time, was “neighborhoods.”
Actors Theatre presents In the Next Room or Vibrator Play beginning tomorrow.
Matrix Live! (A Parody) is hilarious, but pack a lunch: it's three hours long.
Jeffersonville, Indiana, is known for many memorable things, but ice skating isn't one of them!
Mondo Wrestling A Go Go is the brainchild of wrestling super star Al Snow and brings together wrestlers and burlesque/circus acts.
The Bard's Town is a beautiful and artistic restaurant and bar on the corner of Speed Ave and Bardstown Rd that is quickly becoming Louisville's hot spot for comedy.
Despite wedding snubs, some royals still come to party. (Just not William and Kate.)
What makes mobile technology so great is the simple fact that we can now capture memorable moments, on-the-go, and share them in a moments time. This week's memorable moment comes to us via Reddit, by way of Walden Books Louisville.
Are you the ultimate Kentukcy Wildcat Fan? I don't think you are, well unless, you own this piece of Wildcat memorabilia.
Well, looks like Louisville makes national news, but not for something we should be proud of. This broadcast by WLKY32 News quickly became an internet sensation, originating on Twitter.
Alright, Louisville... Christmas is right around the corner. Have you been naughty or have you been nice? Don't try to lie your way out of it because the NaughtyOrNice-a-tron app on Facebook can scan your Facebook behavior and spit you out an answer.
Prince William, Kate Middletown have local ties