Rock band Daughtry had no problem packing the seats of Louisville Palace Saturday night as they played to a crowd sporting plenty of Cardinal Red and Wildcat Blue. I review their Louisville stop on the Break the Spell Tour.
What basketball game? Multi-platinum band Daughtry will be performing at Louisville Palace at 7:30 Saturday night.
All basketball aside, we've got mascots, cheerleaders, candid shots and fan posters. Enjoy these photos from the Wednesday and Thursday festivities.
March Madness basketball is always a thrill, but it’s never better than having it right in your backyard. Check out the Louisville.com coverage from opening day.
Four Kentucky basketball teams are among the field of 68 in the NCAA Tournament this year. You can see three of the four right here in Louisville at your very own KFC Yum! Center. Check out coverage from Practice Day.
Professional blogger and social media expert Erik Deckers spoke at The Olmsted, addressing the misconceptions or "Bullshit," that business owners tend to fear when contemplating whether or not social media is worth their time.
The historic record store opened its doors one last time today from noon-5pm to a line that wrapped around the outside of the store.
You could not have possibly packed another ounce of music to the foam covered ceilings of Expo Five on Friday night in Louisville. All Time Low headlined what was an energetic night of crowd surfing fuel. Photos and review from the Rise and Fall of My Pants Tour stop.
Muhammad Ali has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the previous owners of his Louisville mansion for an undisclosed amount.