With an HIV outbreak in the Kentuckiana region, the importance of HIV testing has never been more important. As a community, we can help bring this outbreak to an end. Regardless of your sexual orientation, test yourself and know your status.
A local man is changing his relationship with food through a plant-based diet and the support of Louisville’s own Life Bar.
Benjamin Cook, 24, will open his show Amusing Myself: New Works by Benjamin Cook, at the Swanson Contemporary Gallery on Feb. 20. An opening reception will be on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. The show ends March 29.
Hard Candy, Louisville’s longest running monthly LGBT event, is set to take off again on Feb. 26 at Play Louisville bringing tons of entertainment, guests and fun to everyone.
A Louisville favorite health food shop recently expanded its business to a new Location in east Louisville.
With the snow plaguing our beloved town time and time again, there are several warm weather events we can look forward to, my fellow Louisvillians.
After nights of receiving compliments from admirers, harassment from “creepers,” and having genuine fun with regulars, two of Louisville’s heterosexual bartenders from popular LGBT bars say they love their job more than anything.