If you're strapped for cash and still looking for something to do this New Year's Eve, consider Fourth Street Live!.
Kentucky's Alcoholic Beverage Control joins many states and cities in announcing an effective ban on alcoholic energy drinks like Four Loko.
Thanksgiving fun starts at Howl at the Moon tonight and continues at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater with a turkey bowling tournament, a contest to stump pianists, a great burlesque show and more.
The Halloween party goes down at 4th St. Live on Saturday, October 30 with a zombie invasion.
The annual Bourbon Ball is a fundraising event to support the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft and to keep the Louisville art scene growing.
Darshwood the Conjuror works to keep the traditions of magic alive and is releasing his DVD titled Postmodern Magic on October 2nd at Zazoos Bar and Grill with special guest performers Ohlm (an instrumental acid metal band) and the Va Va Vixens burlesque troop.
Zombie party on Thursday September 16 includes sign ups to be in a zombie movie filming on Sunday September 19 by Southern Indiana filmmaker Ray Cart.
Bass, bass, bass
Citizen's Union Bank is sponsoring the Fourth Annual Oaks Eve Bash, which will benefit The Dream Factory and Race for Corey charities. Pretty cars, pretty horses, pretty people, and a pretty good time.
Come for the art, stay for the Kentucky-made wines, beers and spirits! Tickets are on sale now for the seventh annual Legal Aid Society fundraiser.
Drink when your team wins, drink when your team loses or drink because it's the only way you can tolerate a football game. Just be ready to call in sick on Monday.
Louisville's reigning rock kings are back with a new album and are planning to create some magic on the Great Lawn this August in conjunction with Production Simple and our hometown boys of summer. Tickets are on sale now for what might be the event of the year.
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