Summer is not technically over, so don’t stop enjoying the weather in September! Here are some great Louisville happenings outside (and inside) for us to enjoy.
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Grab your pooches and join Liv Boutique on Wednesday, June 29th, starting at 5 PM for Yappy Hour, benefitting the KY Humane Society. Treats for pooches and people will be provided! It is encouraged that attendees bring an item or small monetary donation. 10% of all sales every Wednesday night will be contributed as well. A
Kentucky is Bourbon Country. So it’s no brainer we go all out for Bourbon Heritage Month. Proof on Main is inviting everyone to immerse themselves in all things bourbon with a three-course dinner. Master distiller Drew Kulsveep will pair each course with a bourbon courtesy of Willett Distillery. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.
September 28 through 30 will be an intellectually charged weekend for those of you who attend the ideaFestival at the Kentucky Center. Are you curious, an entrepreneur, interested in the future, a lover of TED talks? This is the place for you. Visit www.ideafestival.com for more information.
There is a new way of entertaining guests in the arts and attractions world; it’s called Edutainment. It’s where people gather at a local attraction or museum, and not only do they get to learn about their venue, there is ongoing entertainment in various places throughout the event that guests can enjoy. The entertainment can
The 60th annual St. James Court Art Show will take place from September 30 through October 2. The juried fine arts and arts and craft show hosts 750 artists from around North America and is held in the heart of historic Old Louisville. Hours are Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday
The Louisville Zoo invites you to dress up for their not-so-scary Halloween party. Families can travel through storybook scenes and Trick-or-Treat with their favorite characters every weekend in October. The gates open at 5 p.m. and you can enter the Zoo until 8:30 p.m. louisvillezoo.org
KMAC is hosting their annual Bourbon Bash fundraiser on Saturday, October 1 at 8 p.m. KMAC will be celebrating 35 years of art and bourbon in their newly renovated space. The evening will feature tastings will feature Kentucky’s finest bourbons, culinary pairings by Bobby Benjamin of Butchertown Grocery, “Bourbon University” tasting experience, guest artists and
Join the Louisville Orchestra for early Halloween fun for the whole family. Halloween activities and a costume parade will end the concert. louisvilleorchestra.org
It’s never to early to get in the Halloween spirit. Join Actors Theatre of Louisville for their adaptation of Dracula. For two hours, this suspenseful classic will captivate you! Don’t worry, you get a 15-minute intermission. actorstheatre.org.
Things are getting strange over at Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory. But don’t worry. This is a good kind of strange. The museum and Ripley’s have collaborated to create a brand new exhibit featuring bizarre baseball treasures called Ripley’s Believe It or Not!® Oddball™. The show runs March 5, 2016 – January 8, 2017. Themes will include quirky baseball oddities,
Ladies, if you haven’t already purchased a pair of wide-leg pants, you need to. Stop fearing this look! This is how to wear it and wear it well. Image: Fashion Jackson
You don’t have to travel very far to find some of the finest mid century modern furniture and decor for your home. Repurposed Modern in Lyndon has one of the finest collections around, and it’s right in your backyard.
September FINDS are out! We’ve got you covered during this transitional time between summer and fall.
Up your game when it comes to Mexican vegetables with this side that works well with nachos, tacos, any Mexican meat and more!
We asked 10 local chefs, farmers and foodies what their last best meal was. Their answers will delight and surprise you, and your mouth may just start watering while you read!
Here is a quick meal that takes less than 20 minutes to make and leaves only one dirty dish! That’s what we call the perfect meal! Get the supplies this weekend for an easy mid-week meal!
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Red lips, glittery eyes and vampy nails are all the rage this fall. But how do you wear them off the runway, in reality? Here we show you the top fall beauty trends and how to wear them in real life.
We go beyond the basic barber shop, exploring all the options in Louisville where your man can get groomed.
This home is ideal to welcome home a gaggle of kids and grandkids as comfort and casual are key to making this gorgeous space work. See how designer Rhea Crenshaw used art and color to infuse the house with beautiful and casual elegance.
The 2016 Bellarmine Show House is a real treasure. Located on Village Drive, it was the home of a former Bellarmine Women’s Council member, who devoted so much of her time and talent to this university. Take a peek inside …
Meet our latest Interior Designer Crush, a man who changed careers from banking to interior design at age 35 and has never looked back. Welcome Lee W. Robinson.
With a long weekend coming up, it’s the perfect time to select a few great books to read this fall. Here are some great suggestions to get you started.
Want to shop for groceries from the comfort of your own home? Here’s a roundup of four places to get groceries online in Louisville.
KMAC is back and with a newly redesigned space on Main Street, and it’s adhering to its mission — now more than ever — of connecting the community to art. Take a look!