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Danny Wimmer Presents will pay $50,000 annually to rent space at the Kentucky Exposition Center for its three bourbon and music festivals.        ... [Read More]
Nationally renowned festival producer AC Entertainment, the group behind Bonnaroo and Forecastle, is bringing its new festival "Railbird" to Keeneland        ... [Read More]
The Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has put 25.5 acres of land up for sale and the property could be perfect for a 78-lot subdivision.      ... [Read More]
Kentucky fishermen have quietly made caviar for decades. But with a little push, the state could become a leader in the international market.       ... [Read More]
It was nearing 10 p.m. on a Tuesday when six friends finally sat down to eat dinner in an apartment-like dorm on the Indiana University-Southeast... [Read More]
It's Black History Month! And black-owned restaurants have helped shape Louisville cuisine. Here are more than 40 you can try.        ... [Read More]
Tickets go on sale today for the first-ever Hometown Rising County Music & Bourbon Festival. Don't wait. Here's what you need to know.       ... [Read More]
North End Cafe announced that it will close its restaurant south of the Highlands, but the space won't stay empty for long.        ... [Read More]
The Yang Kee Noodle restaurant at the corner of Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue in Louisville's Highlands neighborhood has closed unexpectedly.        ... [Read More]
Students at a Louisville school are growing produce and fish through an aquaponics system that they believe could be the answer to food deserts.      ... [Read More]
Louisville's black-owned restaurants are serving food that speaks to the city's history. So why aren't they getting more recognition?        ... [Read More]
Theaters nationwide are attempting to attract younger patrons by offering them special discounts - including Actors Theatre in downtown Louisville.        ... [Read More]
Can't decide where to eat? Choose a spot from this running list of Louisville restaurants that have opened in 2018.        ... [Read More]
Louisville's first cat cafe, Purrfect Day, did well in its first week in the Highlands. Now another, Lucky Cat Cafe, just opened on the Douglass... [Read More]
Feast BBQ again has a second location after closing its New Albany restaurant in March.        ... [Read More]
Full Stop Filling Station in Germantown won't be like any other gas station in Louisville. Instead, it will specialize in renewable foods and energy.      ... [Read More]
Southern Indiana has a dozen new bars and restaurants: Aladdin's, Geraldine's, Longboard's Taco & Tiki, Roadrunner, Double Barrel, The Grain Haus.        ... [Read More]
El Taco Luchador will open its third Louisville location at the corner of Fifth and Jefferson streets.        ... [Read More]
More than 650 people visited Louisville's first cat cafe in its opening week. Which is good, because we're already getting a second.        ... [Read More]
Group of Louisville nonprofits invites the community to discuss possible solutions to increasing food access and ending food insecurity in Louisville.        ... [Read More]