But beware the traffic and parking fee.
Happy Earth Day! Hope everyone had a fun and safe Thunder!
Looking for brunch options for Easter, Sunday, April 20? Check out this list and make your reservations now.
Calling all geeks! The Wizard World Comic Con comes to Louisville from Friday through Sunday - be there!
- The mention of Hot Browns, Benedictine spread and burgoo makes your mouth water.
- But, depending on your tastes, you also know where to get the best Thai, Vietnamese, Ethiopian or Cuban food in town.
- You are as comfortable in a baby-pink feathered and bedazzled fascinator as you are in a cowboy hat—and know of an appropriate occasion for each.
- You know that when you are running late for work, there are no “shortcuts” through Cherokee Park. It’s really just a myth perpetuated to trap you in an endless cycle of tree-covered inclines and roundabouts.
- Your musical tastes vary greatly—from Katy Perry at the Yum! Center, to Brett Dennen at The New Vintage, to Moon Taxi and House Ghost for Waterfront Wednesday.
- You’ve already asked off of work for the exclusive purpose of attending Forecastle.
- Derby has become too touristy for you.
- Oaks, however, is your social event of the year.
- You know that there are very distinct differences in the types of people and establishments located in Old Louisville and NULU, but appreciate having both in the city.
- You know that within the context of the last point that NULU isn’t botanical shorthand for nuphar lutea, a type of water lily.
- Red or blue is your color—not both. (Unless you go to Bellarmine, in which case you can add “scarlet and silver” to the mix.)
- And on that note, you can spend a good week compiling the perfect game day outfit in that color.
- Instead of having a guilty pleasure night of Ben and Jerry’s and Real Housewives of Orange County, you indulge in Derby Pie andGuntucky.
Incidents of assaults and vandalism beginning at Waterfront Park last Saturday have locals concerned for their safety and anticipating an increase in police patrol