A community celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision, this Sunday, January 19, 5pm in Whitney Hall at KY Center for the Arts.
we can't all just drink only bourbon all the time, right?
For those parents who have kids at home on the Friday after Thanksgiving, and are not planning on going shopping (!), here are 5 ideas for what to do on your day off together.
On Saturday, September 7th, the Dragon Boat Festival makes its first appearance in Louisville, Kentucky. The dragon boats will parade upon the Ohio River for a spectacular family event.
Friday evening, the Republic Bank First Friday Trolley Hop made its debut in SoFo, ferrying riders from the Galt House hotel to the shopping district located along South Fourth Street between West Muhammad Ali Boulevard and Broadway.
Tuesday, July 2 at 10:30am, join in on the groundbreaking of the new Southwest Regional Library. It is being held at 9725 Dixie Highway.
With the John F. Kennedy Bridge in the background, Governor Steve Beshear and Mayor Greg Fischer led the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Louisville Downtown Bridge Tuesday afternoon.
Under the shadow of the Louisville Water Tower Saturday afternoon, the LIBA Buy Local Fair celebrated its fifth year of keeping Louisville weird.
What makes you proud to be a Louisvillian? What makes your kids proud? Get to snapping and win some prizes for showcasing your hometown pride!
Before the batteries died and the card was filled to capacity, Louisville.com captured as many scenes from this year's Pegasus Parade as possible. Sixty-three images await your eyes in this special slideshow.
Monday afternoon, the South Fourth District officially opened for business with a block party and ribbon-cutting ceremony held in its honor.
Workers, visitors and locals alike can expect a wonderful surprises come lunchtime Monday as the South Fourth District -- SOFO for short -- will hold a free grand opening celebration along the corridor between the Brown and Seelbach hotels. Music, food specials, discounts, ribbon-cuttings and more await guests who make their way through the scaffolding.