You will step in to your own little world at a church picnic in Louisville.
These Louisvillians take the whimsical notion of renting your home out for Derby and run with it.
give your kids some good Halloween memories. Hint: leave the sexy costume at home
You’ve survived Y2K. You’ve made it past two raptures in 2011, and now it’s the end of the world. For real this time. And as we all know, that's just another excuse to party.
Georgetown Drive-in presents its annual Drive-in of Terror.
For one day in late September, metered parking spaces in Downtown Louisville would be transformed into miniaturized parks, each one illustrating aspects of the city's personality. If you missed any of Park(ing) Day 502 2012, then this recap is for you.
Got the deep fried blues? Skip the State Fair this Sunday and settle in for a look at the history behind one of Louisville’s hippest neighborhoods. John Findling will bring his book ‘Louisville’s Crescent Hill’ to the Peterson Dumesnil House this Sunday at 2pm.
A newer antique store on Goss Avenue, Yesternook utilizes its unique space to peddle its vintage wares.
Kicking off the Grassroots Gala, Rooibee Red Tea and the Center For Neighborhoods are proud to host an event with the authors of ‘Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History’. Join Merv Aubespin, Kenneth Clay and J. Blaine Hudson at the Henry Clay building this Friday, June 1st, at 5pm.
Head out to everybody’s favorite local bookstore this Sunday, February 12th at 4pm, and join local author John E. Findling as he presents a diverse look at one of Louisville’s most popular boroughs.
Before you venture forth with your little ghoul or goblin to beg for sweet treats, research all of the options available to you in the Louisville community this Halloween.
The Louisville Metro Police Department’s online MetroWatch let’s locals see just how much crime surrounds them.
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