More than 20 programs for kids age 7-17 to choose from
The Harbor Lawn has been packed every last Wednesday in the summer for years now, and with little surprise.
If you’re not a part of the hungry few, this weekend can be very delicious, and philanthropic. The Germantown-Schnitzelberg neighborhoods are hosting two special cookout events that give proceeds to charities and nonprofit organizations.
Look out Elizabeth Kizito—there's a new cookie lady in town.
Bellarmine instructor turns her car into a bakery
The Kentucky Humane Society is offering kids the chance to go to summer camp alongside furry, four-legged friends!
You don't have to go flying off to Italy or California to experience a romantic getaway to wine country. Southern Indiana is home to twenty-two wineries, each with its own charm.
The economy may be rebounding, but it has left many bruised bank accounts in its wake. With vacation season fast approaching, what's a frugal family to do? Never fear, for Louisville.com is here to help! We may not be able to bestow you with large sacks of cash, but we can help you horde your own while still having the relaxing and rejuvenating experience you crave. How? The answer, my friend, is to take a staycation.
Porcini, a Louisville dining destination for 18 years, has a new General Manager, Jenny Vice. She brings some new ideas, but knows she already has a pretty good thing goin'.
This damn snow keeps hanging around, but let me paint a picture for you from a Germantown summer's perspective. During the grey winter months when the ground is frozen and the deciduous trees are bare, motionless, and dormant, I often find myself daydreaming of plush summers. Summers that blow the captivating mulberry tree's breeze passed our nostrils, while its fruit speckle stains the walkways of our backyards...
Don’t have the pocket money to while away the summer in coffee shops? Make your own iced coffee -- cheap
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