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.
The Buy Local Art Fair celebrates local businesses, music, products and more!
The Fourth Annual Buy Local First Fair takes place Sunday at the Louisville Watertower.
Work, work, work, beer (my day in a nutshell)
Today we profile Lotsa Pasta, a local business around for 30 years next month, and one that the family that owns it is very proud of.
Today we profile Louisville Trivia, and it's owner Scott Gibson who began his local business in 2010.
The first in a series of profiles showcasing Louisville businesses and entrepreneurs. This week we focus on New2Lou, an organization determined to help people from outside of Louisville feel like they've lived here their whole lives.
Occupy Louisville, LIBA and Mighty Kindness are all singing the praises of shopping local. Maybe this city can even fight corporate greed in the process of keeping Louisville weird.
Saturday afternoon the last brave vestiges of humanity will defend our fair city from an invasion of Zombies. Join them!
“The economy has killed us,” Ear X-tacy owner John Timmons says. “But I don’t want to close the store. I will do everything I can.”
It's about time that somebody put all of the region's delicious microbrews under one roof. The LEO and the Louisville Independent Business Alliance are taking that bold step on March 27.
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