Arts & Entertainment

Welcome Back, Daigle

This past April, after a final run in “Giselle,” ballerina Helen Daigle, a 20-year veteran with the Louisville Ballet, hung up her...

A Lush History

On June 22, the Frazier History Museum unveiled a modern new entrance and public park.

Fired Up for Local Art

The creative, whimsical artwork of Mary Alice Hadley inspires an unusual loyalty.

The Show Must Go On

The community watched in horror on June 13 as a three-alarm fire consumed the roof and some of the interior of the...

Keepin’ it Local

The event benefited the Waterfront Botanical Gardens, and I couldn’t think of a better place to be, even during a fierce storm....

What’s New at the Zoo

Around 1,200 different species call the Louisville Zoo home and are visited by more than 860,000 guests each year.

State of the Art

The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, in collaboration with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, celebrates 25 years of “The Sandlot” with a...

New York, New York

Every time I visit the Big Apple, it stimulates an energy and creativity within me like nothing else does.