The biggest day of local giving is set for September 14. Over 600 local nonprofits raised over $4.3 million in 24 hours during the online giving day last September, and now, with a new name, Give For Good Louisville wants everyone to tap into their potential to be a force for good. When we come
Twisted Pink and B.You Her Modern Fitness Boutique have teamed up to kick off #GiveForGoodLou with a charity Barre Class on Louisville’s Waterfront. Every participate will receive a b.Empowered Tank top with the b.You and Twisted Pink logo. Funds from this class will be directed to Twisted Pink, a non-profit organization with a mission to
Join Southern Accent artist Sonya Clark at the Speed Art Museum as she performs her powerful performance piece Unraveling. For this artwork Clark will carefully unravel a confederate flag thread by thread and invite members of the public to join her in this process. Clark is chair of the Department of Craft/Material Studies at Virginia
Join the Speed Art Museum for a public conversation. Cities throughout the United States are removing public statues, flags, and monuments associated with the Confederacy. As a nation, we are revisiting how we remember the legacy of slavery, the Civil War, and our history of racial discrimination. In association with the exhibition Southern Accent: Seeking
The partners of RYE have announced the addition of a new lunch concept slated to open its doors on September 14 following a brief remodel of the restaurant space located at 900 East MArket Street. LOX is inspired by the tradition and flavor profiles of Jewish delicatessens and will cure salmon in house to create
September FINDS are out! We’ve got you covered during this transitional time between summer and fall.
Don’t let the rain get you down. From cultural exploration to brewery tours, here’s how to spend a rainy day in Louisville! Image: Scott Oves vs. Flickr CC
The IIDA 2017 Product Runway, a fashion show presenting local interior designers creating avant-garde garments constructed of interiors related materials, carpet, wall-covering, ceramic tile, vinyl tile, and commercial fabrics, will be held at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage on October 19th from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. This year’s theme for the event is Architectural Styles throughout
Everyone makes mistakes, but it’s how we grow from them that matters most. Nine successful locals share their early career mistakes and lessons learned.
Celebrate Bourbon Heritage Month in Kentucky with the Bourbon Heritage Southern Supper from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the Woodford Reserve Distillery. Enjoy distillery tours, an old-fashioned pig roast with delicious Southern sides, a cash bar featuring your favorite Woodford Reserve cocktails and a little bluegrass music to round out the evening. Reservations are