Over 20 Kentucky Colonels, led by the temporarily resurrected Colonel Harland Sanders, marched west along East Market Street in the inaugural March of the Colonels Saturday afternoon.
In honor of WHY Louisville's eighth anniversary, a slew of white jackets and black ties will parade through NuLu in the inaugural March of the Colonels.
With the John F. Kennedy Bridge in the background, Governor Steve Beshear and Mayor Greg Fischer led the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Louisville Downtown Bridge Tuesday afternoon.
The 2013 iteration of the Kentuckiana Pride Festival held court at The Belvedere over the weekend, bringing new faces and new events to the annual gathering of Louisville's LGBTQ community.
Beginning June 28, Louisville's fashionistas will have the opportunity of a lifetime courtesy of online retailer Gilt, who will open a temporary pop-up boutique in St. Matthews.
The first-ever First Friday SoFo Hop drew a sizable crowd despite the lack of trolley service during the inaugural outing.
Next weekend, live, love, and be at the 2013 Kentuckiana Pride Festival at the Belvedere in celebration of Louisville's LGBTQ community.
From June 6 through June 9, the first-ever Derby City Pride Festival will host various events, shining the spotlight on Louisville's black LGBTQ community.
The South Fourth District will host its first-ever First Friday SoFo Hop next Friday, with shopping, prizes and more in store for all to experience.