You think I know when I’m going to fall off a horse? No, sir, you’re absolutely wrong. If I knew it was coming, then I’d prevent it from happening. When I’m falling, the first thing that happens is a feeling of shock.
European-inspired Southern comfort food's on the menu at new Germantown restaurant.
Lawrence was a relatively unknown until she landed the lead role in this year’s Winter’s Bone. Now she's nominated for the Oscar for Best Actress.
Second City alumni include Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi and Steve Carell — and that’s just the alphabet’s first three letters. Basically, anybody who has made you laugh since the 1960s — Chris Farley, Tina Fey, Tim Meadows, Bill Murray, Joan Rivers — has some ties to Second City.
The NBA-to-Louisville discussions have been heating up lately — a team may have already moved to town by the time you read this!
The Nutcracker, UofL–UK hoops and The Judds among December highlights
If you'd like to check out something at ATL you haven't seen yet, catch Juliet Ehrlich's painted bas-relief clay sculptures that will be hanging in Actors' various lobbies.
No Kill Louisville is part of a national - and at times controversial - movement that hopes to end the euthanization of adoptable animals.
We asked higher-ups in the athletic department at the University of Louisville where famous locals would be sitting in the new arena. The response: "That's not something we share." So we've gone a different route, creating a quiz to find out if you'll be landing a decent seat. The more points you score, the more likely you'll be sitting courtside.
No adoptable animals - including those that are sick or injured but can be saved - are euthanized, even if the facility is operating at capacity.
It might seem strange that Eric Ronay remembers the exact model of his first cell phone ("a Samsung SGH-R225M," he says) but then again, not everybody works in a warehouse that stores thousands of them.
A self-described preservationist, developer Todd Blue is part of a family that has been a thorn in the side of the city before. Now, Blue wants to raze the historic whiskey warehouse he owns on Main Street and is taking his case to court.