Check out this week's Things to Do, featuring the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Louisville International Festival of Film and 19th Annual Garvin Gate Blues Festival.
Kyla Drozt (12, J&C) talks about "Where Do We Go From Here?" a new multimedia project organized by a J&C seniors that seeks to spark a conversation about racial inequalities.
The first Louisville Pride Festival will take place Saturday in the Highlands. The family-friendly event will include two stages of live entertainment, along with local food and art.
With the campaign season coming to an end and the election closing in, Trump held a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, an important battleground state.
A recap of the JCPS Board Meeting on March 21, 2017.
The Old Louisville Springfest is a local street fair celebrating the culture and history of Old Louisville. The event includes local food, live performances and a variety of vendors. Find more unique activities to do this weekend right here in this week's Things to do!
May 6: Derby Festival Chow Wagon, admission free with a 2011 Pegasus Pin. Held at Waterfront Park from 11 am to 11 pm. May...
Visit the Americans Who Tell The Truth exhibit at the Muhammad Ali Center which features portraits of famous civil rights activists.
Student-led magazine releases website as well as aspirations for a national audience at recent launch party.
As of 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday January 19th, local news stations are reporting that the JCPS district will be watching the weather for what...