Here's an amazing compendium of downtown (and near downtown) New Albany restaurants, shops, establishments and attractions, as compiled by Karen Gillenwater for the use of visitors this crazy chock-full weekend.
Have a mint chocoalte ice cream cone laced with Irish Whiskey while enjoying live music and artery hardening treats at this Saturday's Celts on the River.
Remember when there was supposed to be an art walk in New Albany, but then it rained? Well, now it is happening Friday. And there's only a 30% chance of rain this time!
What do you do when the local establishments have great products, but the poor service leaves you grumpy and dissatisfied? Twice now I've hit the town with the goal of having a fun, relaxing time, but instead got aggravation and stress.
Music Theatre Louisville will preview its upcoming season by presenting a couple of free shows this weekend.
Local history with a dash of the morbid. What better way to spend a Wednesday evening?
I may have found my new favorite reading spot at the Scribner House Gardens.
There are far too many things to do this weekend in Southern Indiana alone. How's a person to decide?
Been itching to shave your head for a good cause? Or to watch other people shave their heads? Strandz & Threadz is hosting Cuts for a Cure this Friday.
The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Indiana is hosting the official kickoff for the New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project, including an Art Walk featuring the artists and local historians, on Friday May 21, 2010 from 6-9 pm.
The New Albany Farmers market is now open. May hours are 8am-1pm. Items currently include lettuce, veggie plants, annuals, eggs, beef, pork, and arts & crafts.
This week's staycation spotlight is targeted for those still seeking the perfect Mother's Day weekend for the mother(s) in their life.