Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with new staff writer (and new mom) Anne Marshall.
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with Forecastle founder JK McKnight.
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with WFPL political editor and west Louisville resident Phillip Bailey about the magazine's cover story.
A special "relaunch" of Louisville Magazine's March 2013 issue about the oft-ignored West End will occur next Thursday at the Old Walnut Street development. What follows is a brief summary behind the publication's in-depth look at the nine neighbhoods behind the Ninth Street Demarcation Boundary, and what to expect at the relaunch event.
Louisville Magazine launches a new look for itself in 2013 with its "Health & Fitness" issue, along with the spring/summer issue of Louisville Bride, at the magazine's first launch party of the year at the BBC on 3rd & Main.
A cold, implacable drizzle had turned our palms into soggy prunes by noon. My friends and I were in the Infield as always, on a knoll that slopes, then slightly rises, toward that familiar bank of aqua-colored portable toilets.
A bit of advice: If you're six feet tall and 165 pounds, you might not want to set your hopes on being a jockey.
If you've been to a local concert lately, you've probably noticed the same thing we have: It's the female musicians who are rocking our world. The Ladybirds, Shimmy Shimmy Dang! album release party at headliners, Sept.9, 2011.
Dining Out: Restaurants & Reviews: A look at the history behind the Silver Dollar.
We know what you’re thinking: The hell is that thing? Let us explain.
Last November a six-year-old mare named Zenyatta brought her 19-0 record into the Breeders' Cup Classic. The horse-who will be the focus of a Nov. 4 event kicking off this year's Breeders' Cup at Churchill Downs-captivated crowds, especially during race 20 an the most breathtaking finish of all.
I never invite people to Derby but have accepted the fact that if you live in Louisville, they will come. Actually, I’m not convinced my out-of-town friends realize Louisville exists when it’s not Derby Weekend.
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