Registration is still open for charity teams to sign up, raise money, and run for great causes such as Alzheimer's
Calypso retelling of The Little Mermaid that offers greater depth, with stunning choreography, and dazzling costuming and set!
Artistic Director Leffert's thoughts on relevant racial issues, theater as the ultimate tool for learning, and a sneak peek into the 2015-2016 season.
Walk or run your way Throo the Zoo this weekend and enjoy a 5K with yhe family (strollers welcome!)
Well, were within days from the most exciting two minutes in sports history and last year at this time I took a little bit of time to share some movies related to the “sport of kings” that would get everybody in the mood for the Derby.
An area family set out to raise money for adoption purposes on Saturday in an event that welcomed corporate as well as individual sponsorship.
On Labor Day, run your favorite neighborhood course while others worldwide are running in there neck of the woods at the same time for this virtual run event.
The Belle of Louisville and Spirit of Jefferson have become known around the world for their stature, history and size and for good reason.
Cyclocross has been gaining more attention in area sports, and this is set only to increase with one of the sport's biggest events making its way to Louisville.
Matt Winn might have spent much of his sports related career in the background, however that doesn't minimize his contribution to Louisville sports.
Mitch McConnell's cynical and callous attitude toward the unemployed stems from more than his single-minded focus on bringing down the duly elected president of the United States of America. Those segments of society hardest hit by high unemployment didn't vote for Republicans even before they were unemployed.
Mitch McConnell talks about the 1.5 million jobs lost since President Obama's inauguration and he shamelessly says the stimulus didn't work. What he doesn't tell you are that more Americans are working than when Obama took office or that without the stimulus, unemployment would be over 11% instead of stubbornly hovering about 9.1%.
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