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Louisville's Old 502 Winery and Falls City Brewing Co. are bringing an all new dining experience to the Portland neighborhood.
Louisville's Arts Evolution as Highlands Culture becomes Louisville Culture
Arrow Food Couriers is delivering something new.
2015 is going to be a game changer for Against the Grain Smokehouse and Brewery. They are creating a new dining menu and opening a second brewing location in Portland.
Baby it is cold outside and not warming up soon; head indoors for family entertainment this weekend, January 10-11.
Music Makes a City at Tim Faulkner Gallery is a free concert event coordinated by Louisville Orchestra Music Director Teddy Abrams and local hip-hop artist Jecorey Arthur. The lineup includes all local musicians from the University of Louisville Chamber Orchestra to indie royalty, Bonnie Prince Billy.
Louisville's Portland neighborhood badly needs revitalizing input, but can the well-intentioned efforts of "outsiders" overcome the neighborhood's suspicions about gentrification?
Portland’s something of a buzzword in Louisville these days. It seems like everyone who's anyone is headed to the old port city. WHAS11 reported in May 2013 that Portland could be Louisville’s next BIG housing district - and I’ve heard rumors that you can propose a development plan and get a lot there for $500. As Ashlie Stevens said in a recent article for WFPL that was cited in Planetizen, “Change is coming to Louisville’s Portland Neighborhood, like it or not.” So what's up with Portland, anyway?...
Take your special guy out for a treat or some quality time this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 15.
Portland: the new NuLu?
A westward expansion of Waterfront Park is finally in the works.
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