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This Louisville bourbon bar is listed among the South’s best new restaurants of 2023

A New Orleans-themed bar and eatery in Germantown was listed among the best new restaurants, according to Southern Living.


Actor and equestrian William Shatner talks about his sport and making into the Hall of Fame

Actor William Shatner was inducted into the American Road Horse & Pony Association Hall of Fame at the World’s Championship Horse Show.


Feel-good food and drinks on tap at “elevated sport bar” on Whiskey Row in Louisville

Last Place is a sports bar on the bottom floor of Number 15, the multi-level entertainment venue in downtown Louisville.


9 award-winning restaurants where you can celebrate National Red Wine Day in Louisville

National Red Wine Day is Aug. 28, so let’s raise a glass to these local, award-winning spots offering some of the best pours around town.


20+ food, drink, music and art festivals around Louisville you can attend this fall

For those who love everything from craft beer and bourbon to art, music, pumpkins, and Halloween, there’s something for everyone this fall.


The Speed Outdoors is set to launch in 2025. Get a first look at the renderings

The Speed Art Museum has announced it will be opening “The Speed Outdoors,” an open-air sculpture garden, in 2025.


Have a brew (or two!) at these 7+ beer festivals in Louisville

From Beer Gardens in the Parks and Brew in the Zoo to Louisville Beer Week, here’s how you can celebrate local craft brews at these fall beer events.


Bourbon & Beyond announces culinary, bourbon experiences for 2023 festival. What to expect

Bourbon & Beyond will features big names in the culinary and bourbon industry, including chef Chris Santos and actors Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley.


Barry Manilow serenaded Louisville with his hits at the KFC Yum! Center.

Barry Manilow performs at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville on Monday, Aug. 21, 2023. Here’s a look at the concert through photos.


Review: He’s still got it. Barry Manilow wows during performance at KFC Yum Center

For an hour and a half, the singer-songwriter belted out hit after hit including his first No. 1 song “Mandy” and of course, “Copacabana.”


Ed Lee’s new chef at 610 Magnolia is taking local fare to next level of fine dining

610 Magnolia in Old Louisville is a fine-dining restaurant that offers an ever-changing tasting menu made with locally sourced produce.


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