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Louisville Neighborhood Guide
Consider this your Louisville neighborhood guide filled with fabulous places to live, eat and shop! We highlight each, showing you the best places to live in Louisville or to visit for your next outing! If you are looking to eat or shop in a specific Louisville neightborhood, be sure to check out our SB Guide or download the free SB App HERE.
Blink your eyes and it will be 2017. Let’s enjoy this last month of 2016 and all it has to offer.
Sweet peaches in Louisville’s West End serves up some amazing Southern fare, and it’s food that is made from the heart! Here’s what to expect when you go (and you really should go!).
There’s lots of music on tap this month in Louisville. While you’re outside, make sure to have a side of barbecue with your fireworks.
Explore our city’s past on a walking tour through Old Louisville. There is so much to see and learn about these beautiful homes and this historic neighborhood.
Tis the season for farmers markets, and here’s your comprehensive guide to all of the options in the Louisville area. Stop by one near you and grab some of the season’s freshest produce from local growers.
Set in a beautiful old cotton mill built in 1889, Germantown Mill Lofts take the best of an old space and update it with modern amenities to make it a desirable living spot amid a bustling community.
New Albany is booming! Here’s where to shop and eat when you visit.
Louisville’s Hometown Heroes murals honor famous Louisvillians and make the entire community proud.
Many of the field trips we took around Louisville as kids can be just as rewarding now that we are adults.
We’ve got some big changes going on around here. It’s all to serve you better! Read on to see our newest products just for you, Louisville!
Louisville, are you ready for a flood of memories? If you’re feeling nostalgic, check out these classic Louisville signs that will make you love this city even more and remember the good old days.
Quality of life and quality of place are two things that Mayor Greg Fischer and the City of Louisville hope to enhance with their inaugural public art exhibition, Connect|Disconnect. Read today for a behind-the-scenes tour and find out some really exciting ways to experience this exhibition!
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a quick getaway, where you can go off the grid and enjoy the peace and quiet, even if just for a day? This log cabin is available for you to do just that, and it’s only about 20 minutes away.
If you haven’t been to Mount Washington lately, here are a handful of reasons you should make plans for another trip. The businesses are great, and the people we met made us eager to return.
If after-school snacks are first up on the afternoon agenda, here’s where to go and what to get!
Little Free Libraries are popping up all over the place. For those who have wondered what’s with the little houses filled with books, here’s the backstory and how you can get an LFL in your community. Image credit: BookusBinder via Flickr CC
Take a few hours and head down to Bardstown. It’s a quick road trip that is worth your while for these six fantastic reasons.
Addie Mills and Katie Toupin, owners of the local boutique Bermuda Highway, share their advice for fashion, music and stamina for the Forecastle Festival, which starts Friday. These dos and don’ts are ones you need to know!
You’ll be amazed what great hiking Louisville offers, and there are plenty of trails right around the corner. Here are five great nearby hikes to check out.
Here’s a comprehensive, up-to-date list of some of Louisville’s favorite farmers markets. Get out and embrace your local growers’ community.
Germantown is Louisville’s little secret, offering delicious bites, beer and a whole lot of history.
Ready to go to the track this weekend? Here’s a roundup of everything you will need to make your day great, from what to pack in your purse to how to bet and everything in between.
Thurby is the new Oaks, folks. And here are seven lucky reasons why you should go.