Make a standing appointment with your personal trainer as you’ll want to indulge a bit this year, starting with this list of Southern food festivals that are sure to whet your appetite!
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A co-production between Louisville Ballet and Louisville Visual Art will explore and push the boundaries of how art can by created through collaboration. “Human Abstract” will bring a psychological drama where you feel the power of art you see. The show runs February 22 through February 26 at the Bomhard Theater in the Kentucky Center
On Monday, February 27, Rabbit Hole Distilling and Harvest Restaurant are hosting a Bourbon Dinner at Harvest. The evening will feature a cocktail reception and a four-course dinner, with Rabbit Hole Bourbon and Whiskey cocktails paired with each course. The evening will be co-hosted by Rabbit Hole Founder and CEO Kaveh Zamanian and Marketing Director
Travel & Leisure Magazine named this one of the best cocktail festivals across the country. The festival, which brings together the bourbon world and the culinary world, is can’t miss event, especially for those bourbon enthusiasts out there. All events take place at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets range from $135 to $215
The 41st annual Humana Festival of New American Plays will take place from March 1 through April 9. Each year, thousands of theatergoers come to Louisville for the opportunity to see groundbreaking works before they travel to stages across the nation and around the world. The festival kicked off with an opening reception on February 23.
Copper & Kings will be hosting an original American Brandy Dinner & Country Ham experience at Down One Bourbon Bar on Thursday, March 2. The 3course dinner will feature a beet salad, duroc pork chops and brandied cherry crème brûlée paired with Copper & Kings American Brandy cocktails and neat pours. The cost of the
Louisville-area bartenders will complete at the 14th annual Four Roses Bourbon Rose Julep Contest at Tim Faulkner Gallery on Thursday, March 2. The mint julep contest will take place at the Derby Festival’s “Festival Unveiled” event, beginning at 5 p.m. The finalists have been selected from a group of more than 20 applicants to compete
In conjunction with the upcoming 2017 Bourbon Classic, the Bourbon Classic SAVOR event features legendary New Orleans restaurateur Dickie Brennan, owner of Crescent City institutions like Palace Café, Bourbon House and Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse, bringing a taste of Bourbon Street to Bourbon Country. The evening will begin with a special after-hours tour of the Maker’s
Join us for a fun, night out featuring live jazz music by “The Jazzniks”, delicious food and amazing deals on great jewelry, designer purses and more from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on March 2. Event benefits the Jewish Family & Career Services Sonny & Janet Meyer Family Food Pantry Fund. jfcslouisville.org
Louisville Public Media is presenting ‘Five Things Live’ with special guest Tracy Clayton on Thursday, March 2, at The Green Building Gallery, located at 732 East Market Street. Tara Anderson, the host of ‘Five Things’ will speak with Clayton, who is not only a writer and the co-host of Buzzfeed’s wildly successful podcast “Another Round”,
Dress in Blue Day to promote National Colon Cancer Awareness Month is Friday, March 3. This is part of a public awareness campaign to increase colon cancer screening. When you dress in blue, be sure to tell your friends why and call your doctor today to make an appointment. Don’t let fear, embarrassment or any
Get ready to celebrate March events in Louisville and look the part! This month’s “What to Wear” gets creative inside Actors Theatre as they prep for the 41st Humana Festival.
Enter Mahonia, NuLu’s own home and floral design store, and be inspired to infuse your own space with lush greenery.
February is here, and love is in the air … especially with all the great FINDS we love here in Louisville!
Enjoy a simple set-up and memorable get together with this fondue party plan. You CAN do this! (May we suggest it for the Oscars, perhaps?!)
Step inside Frankfort Avenue’s own artisan butcher shop and small plates restaurant, Red Hog.
Make Valentine’s Day delightful by hosting the gals for brunch or dinner. We are here to help you with Valentine’s Day entertaining tips.
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Designer Em Lee took a fussy French home and infused it with bold color, contemporary art, lighting and warm antiques for a thoroughly modern look.
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Yes, it’s still February, but spring will be here before you know it, which means music festival season is right around the corner! Get out your camping gear and pack plenty of sunblock — here are the Southern festivals you need to check out!
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