Summer time officially starts for some families when the water at Marshall Playground/Sprayground gets turned on.
In the midst of Derby celebrations, support Independent Bookstore Day this Saturday, May 2.
Louisville Indie-rock icons reunite once again.
One of the most well respected comedians in the country spends Derby weekend in the Ville.
The Pass and Wax Fang's Scott Carney perform at Zanzabar tomrrow night.
Blues/Funk artist G. Love headlines My Old Kentucky Blog and Four Roses Derby Party at Mercury Ballroom.
Louisville's own My Morning Jacket announce plans for a long-term philanthropic activation.
Raelyn Nelson has country music in her veins, being granddaughter of Willie Nelson and all, and she's going to be playing Oaks Eve here in the Ville, she took time to sit down for an interview with Louisville.com.
Yelp Louisville's pop-up event series leading up to the Kentucky Derby.
The music legend's latest tour has him looking back on the catalogs of both of his massively influential bands.
Talent from all over the spectrum will be pouring into Jim Porter's tomorrow to raise money for a good cause.
Louisville native Justin Thomas, a PGA Tour rookie, tied for 12th-place at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, which ended Sunday, at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La. It was his sixth Top 15 finish of the season.