Cherokee Triangle Summer Concert Series to Feature Louisville Brass and Electric In case you might be looking for something fun to do this Sunday night, and better yet it’s free! The Cherokee Triangle Association has scheduled the rain-date concert for Sunday August 18th, and it will feature the very popular band, Louisville Brass and […]
New Hours Effective July 1st, 2019 The Louisville Free Public Library main branch located at 301 York Street, and it’s branches are set to adjust to new hours effective July 1st. These adjustments are due to budget requirements, and negotiated remedies to allow the library system to continue to serve in the best ways […]
Street Closings and No Parking Areas This annual event, the Louisville Zombie Walk on Bardstown Road takes place this Saturday starting at approximately 5 p.m. The event requires that certain sections of Bardstown Road, and also Grinstead Drive be closed. There will also be numerous no parking areas required for the event, so you will want […]
Sponsored by the Cherokee Triangle Association June 3 – Speed Limit (Classic Rock) June 10 – Louisville Brass and Electric (Rock n Soul Review) June 17 – Da Mudcats (Blues/R&B) June 24 – Appalatin (Carribean/Appalatian/Latin) July 1 – Nervous Melvin (High-Energy Dance Music) July 8 – Rick Bartlett Band (Soul & R & B) […]
Lookin’ at Louisville Explores Louisville’s Broadway Series Leslie Broecker who heads up, and is instrumental in the on-going success of the Broadway Series, is interviewed about it’s success. She also explains the history of the series, the complications of scheduling, and the pride that Louisville should have in it’s touring arts scene.