Have you ever wondered how a doctor might amputate a limb to save your life 200 years ago? Find out at Historic Locust Grove. Then, take Afternoon Tea with the Jane Austen Society of Louisville.
Mayor Greg Fischer names committee to find Louisville's new Public Health and Wellness Director.
Whether your glass is half empty or half full, it contains a deadly carcinogen. EPA's regulations are two decades old, but California wants to legislate a "safe" limit that's not based on science. Find out if quenching your thirst is worth the risk, or if bottled water is a safer bet.
Runners on a Mission kicks off its 2011 Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and miniMarathon training with its 6th anniversary group Reunion and Recruitment event. The walker-friendly running group and its training programs are free, and the event is open to the public. ROAM Louisville, and train for the race of your dreams!
Pure Barre, the fitness trend sweeping the nation, claims results in 10 classes. I'm now a survivor of the best and worst workout I've ever endured. If you're looking for visible results quickly, or some great cross-training exercise, find out if Pure Barre is right for you!
Louisville seniors can now join Healthways SilverSneakers fitness program through four local community centers, thanks to a new partership with Metro Parks, making it even easier for residents to particpate.
Thursday, December 16, 2010, Pure Barre opens its doors in Lyndon, sure to lift and tone Louisville's trouble areas in record-breaking time.
The National Weather Service will issue a Winter Weather Advisory this afternoon for portions of Kentuckiana. For those who love the snow, that means one thing! Sledding at Louisville Metro Parks! Find out where to go, and when the sledding hills will be open.
Contribute to the future of biking and walking in all areas of Louisville at these public forums, December 6, 7, and 9.