Masquerade masks and elegant dresses were on parade at the second annual Twisted Pink Ball Masquerade Ball.
Guests were cured of their cabin fever by the three holy “B’s”: Bacon, Bourbon and Beer at the B3 Bash, a fundraiser for Kosair Charities.
Louisville loves the annual Cabo Wabo party that has donated over 20,000 coats and $1 million dollars to charity.
Over 50,000 people came out to walk the new Lincoln Bridge, a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Light Up La Grange was a huge hit, with beautiful lights, shopping, eating and merriment in this quaint little town.
For 40 years, Louisvillians have kicked off the holiday season with a trip to Actors Theatre to see “A Christmas Carol”.
Over 500 guests got a sneak peek of the new Speed Art Museum without any art at The Big Reveal on Saturday November 7.
Perfect fall weather, beautiful riverfront setting and the fantastic smells of fried chicken were all the backdrop for the 2015 Fried Chicken Throwdown.
Despite the rain, the third annual Hope Scarves’ Colors of Courage was an amazing event held in Louisville to benefit women facing cancer with scarves, stories and most of all hope.
The Third Annual Art in the Park presented by the Speed Art Museum pARTnership was a complete success this year! Featuring artists who represented the crafts of woodworking, jewelry, pottery, glass, oil painting, watercolor, leather goods and more, there was plenty for everyone to shop and support these local makers. Set in the shaded park setting of near