Stay weird and buy something.
I've encountered some interesting bits of Louisville culture since I moved here last year. Read on to find out some of my favorite - and least favorite aspects of life south of the Mason-Dixon line.
"Louisville Made" symbol by Michelle Jones and Bryan Todd declares, "We are a city of makers. We build. We design. We construct."
Shop locally for those unique children's gifts at The Parent Teacher Store and Toys Too.
They’re back in school. Do you feel ready, organized, and pumped for a new year? Here’s a tiny list of ways to help stay organized, with a twist of humor, to keep us afloat this school year.
Time is running out for back-to-school shopping. Consider shopping your Louisville locals for unique finds this new school year.
Waldo becomes Louisville’s ultimate tourist during the month of July. Pick up a passport at Carmichael’s Bookstore and look for him hidden at your favorite local hot spots. Prizes and treats await the sly-eyed. Good thing it’s not Wizard Whitebeard – he was impossible to spot.
Are you doing your part to Keep Louisville Weird - and keep its economy strong? Independents Month is your chance to pitch in.
In honor of WHY Louisville's eighth anniversary, a slew of white jackets and black ties will parade through NuLu in the inaugural March of the Colonels.
No one does local better than Louisville and when it comes to music, our cup runneth over. Come out this Sunday to Expo Five and show your support for local music and local radio.
First rule of horse stealing: Entice them with carrots or candy, but don't expect an ice cream cone to do the trick.
A one-minute intriguing movie about the wonderful weirdness of Louisville.