Louisville is Lonely Planet's top tourist destination for 2013. And baby, it's cold outside. That means it's a great time to stroll down Museum Row on Main and warm up in one of the nine cultural offerings downtown. Glass, science, boxing, baseball, art, and history--there's something for every adult and child!
Sunday evening, New2Lou celebrated their third year of bringing new residents and Louisville together with a bash in the organization's honor at 21c Musuem Hotel. Whether those in attendance were new, never left or came back home, all came together to have fun at one of the city's hottest spots.
The Kentucky Center's Education and Community Outreach programs are the "Charity of the Week" at Big Al's Thrift Store this week.
Dine at the Village Anchor and shop at Just Creations this month to support The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts Education programs.
The Louisville Repertory Company will unleash Tennessee William's classic on the Kentucky Center
Arts in Healing, a program of The Kentucky Center, creates therapeutic art and music sessions in healthcare facilities.
Béla Fleck & the original Flecktones played their last performance together Saturday night at the Brown Theatre.
Béla Fleck & the Flecktones will be performing with the original line-up for the first time in twenty years this Saturday.
Joshua Bell and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields performed an electrifying all Beethoven program.
Virtuoso violinist, Joshua Bell, and the world renowned Academy of St. Martin in the Fields will be gracing the Kentucky Center's Whitney Hall this Wednesday.
The Kentucky Center will make you see Blue tonight (Apr 6) for the BluLu to NuLu Bash.
Celtic Crossroads' merchandise was bringing in people off the streets and their performance was better than expected!