Live local and Keep Louisville Weird!
The gorilla in the highlands is going extinct. Another loved local business closes its doors
Online voting is happening now for stand-out companies around the country, including Trifecta Sauces, Rooibee Red Tea, and Copper and Kings.
Still have no clue what to wear to Derby? Stylist and fashion expert Andre Wilson offers solid pointers to make you stand out at the track.
Are you doing your part to Keep Louisville Weird - and keep its economy strong? Independents Month is your chance to pitch in.
Local publishing company Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and a ton of books, and there are lots of ways to enter the drawing for no cost.
Featuring costume contests, prizes, trivia, food, and drink!
Drama, charity, style... shopping, whatever you were looking for during this year's iteration of the Younger Woman's Club's "Fall Into Fabulous" fashion show, you most likely were going to find it. Whether you were there or wanted to be, this fabulous recollection is for you.
Gone, but not forgotten: view Scott Shuffitt's documentary about the famed record store this Sunday at the Dreamland Film Center
WFPK radio personality and former ear X-tacy buying manager Matt Anthony began his lifelong love affair with music while living in Italy at a young age. He produces and hosts two radio shows, DJs at live events, and has opened his own record store in the newly opened Tim Faulkner Building.
Sure, it may be 1,000 degrees outside, but nothing keeps you cooler than books! Enjoy refreshments and live music at A Reader’s Corner Bookstore from 6-10pm.
Local filmmaker Scott Shuffitt's documentary "Brick and Mortar and Love" played to a packed house Saturday evening.
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