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Pizza with a side of ghosts? Inside some of Louisville’s most haunted bars and restaurants

From pizza trays flying off shelves to glasses shattering out of nowhere, some of the spookiest ghost stories from Louisville’s bars and restaurants.

       

These spooky, creepy Kentucky artifacts are featured on TV just in time for Halloween

What does a spooky chest of drawers associated with 18 deaths and a Civil War trumpet that makes it thunderstorm have in common? They’re from Kentucky

       

Here are 5 under-the-radar restaurants to try in Louisville’s Portland neighborhood

Folks who live in the historic neighborhood of Portland know just how much they have to offer, and it’s a cool slice of the city worth investigating.
       

How Louisville’s Thai restaurants are weathering COVID-19 restaurant storm

There’s nothing better than fresh Thai food. Three of Louisville’s favorite Thai spots weigh in on COVID-19 restrictions and its impact on restaurants

       

Get spooked at these haunted Louisville restaurants and bars

Several Louisville bars, restaurants and venues have reported spooky hauntings over the years.

       

Louisville shows this week: Louisville Chorus, Nicholas Jamerson, Clark County Opry & more

From the Louisville Chorus to ‘I am in Need of Music’ at the University of Louisville, there’s something for everyone this week.
       

When will one of Louisville’s oldest trees drop its leaves this fall? Guess and win big

Happy fall, y’all. So when will the leaves drop from one of Louisville’s oldest Ginkgo trees? Make a guess and you could $50 in prizes.

       

Jennifer Lawrence says she was a Republican before Trump’s election ‘changed everything’

Jennifer Lawrence said Wednesday that despite formerly voting Republican, she won’t be supporting Donald Trump.

       

Nostalgia abounds as the coronavirus pandemic has become a heyday for drive-in theaters

The nostalgic revival of drive-in movie theaters is alive and well in places like La Grange, Kentucky amid the continued COVID-19 pandemic.

       

Drive-in movies like Sauerbeck in La Grange sees resurgence during COVID-19

People “are looking for something to do as a family, as a community, a social activity that is fun and unique,” owner Stephen Sauerbeck said.

       

I tried the $2,000 whiskey from Woodford Reserve. Was it worth it? Yes and no

There’s a tendency to believe that super expensive things are exponentially better than things normal folks like you and I can afford. But was this?

       

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