All the details about the 2nd Annual Roots and Shoots Day of Peace Celebration, and all the reasons you should attend the 3rd annual celebration next year.
Start the New Year off right with Louisville Magazine as we celebrate our January issue and Louisville Bride at the Tumbleweed on the Waterfront January 4, 2012!
Join the community-wide "Pink Out" on Wednesday, October 5th in celebration of this Saturday's Komen Louisville Race for the Cure.
Tomorrow from 4-8 pm witness the giant peace doves that have traveled the globe in honor of a better planet. The Jane Goodall Institute's "Roots and Shoots" comes to Louisville.
Louisville's leg of the Ironman tournament has almost been fully planned with entrants and the like. On a related note, these people are in shape!
Yesterday WFPK radio celebrated ten years hosting their Wednesday summer concert series to a packed house.
Battle of the Belles this Wednesday on the Waterfront and an orphaned polar bear cub scheduled to arrive at the zoo today. Fun times, Louisville.
The Harbor Lawn has been packed every last Wednesday in the summer for years now, and with little surprise.
Spend the night at the zoo, marvel at the winter's night sky at Bernheim, and meet Lincoln on the Waterfront.
I know this is an environmentally friendly festival, but there's such a thing as taking something too far.
It may not be the first Saturday in May, but there’s a different kind of animal race going on down at the riverfront on September 27th during the Ken-Ducky Derby Festival!
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