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New ‘community driven’ restaurant incubator to open in west Louisville. Here’s what to know

Two local chefs have partnered to open a restaurant incubator in a 10,000-square-foot facility in west Louisville. Here’s what to know.


SEE IT: Rosettes at Hotel Genevieve in NuLu brings the South to Paris

Rosettes is a southern-inspired, open-air Parisian restaurant on the ground floor of Hotel Genevieve in Louisville’s NuLu neighborhood.


Pitbull in Louisville: Get tickets for Mr. Worldwide’s Waterfront Park concert

Pitbull’s concert in Louisville scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Waterfront Park in downtown. Here’s how to get tickets for the event.


It’s apple season! Here are 10 places near Louisville to go apple picking

Here are 10 places near the Louisville area that offer you-pick apples and other fall fruits and treats. Happy fall, y’all!


We took a Louisville Food Tour in NuLu and visited 7 restaurants. Was it worth the hype?

Here’s a look at the history of Louisville Food Tours, the idea behind the company, and why you should add the experience to your must-try list.


SEE IT: We took a Louisville Food Tour through NuLu. Here’s what it was like.

Louisville Food Tours is a fun way to learn more about the history of the city and the food and drink that are unique to this area.


Pig Beach BBQ announces opening date at Waterfront Park in Louisville

Pig Beach BBQ is bringing something new to a Waterfront Park space that’s been vacant since 2016.


Sights and sounds: How to make the most of the 2023 Kentucky State Fair

The Kentucky State Fair returns to Louisville at the Kentucky Exposition Center from Aug. 17-27. It’s over a week of food, music, animals and rides.


He’s back! Louisville rapper Jack Harlow announces his third ‘No Place Like Home Tour’

A limited number of tickets will be available during a general sale starting at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug 25, for Jack Harlow concert tickets.


‘The Prom’ musical brings audience members to the dancefloor

Members of the audience and the staff danced at intermission of ‘The Prom’ at Henry Clay Theatre


What’s being built near Oxmoor Center? This new restaurant is replacing Aspen Creek

The Hooters-like chain plans to open four restaurants in Louisville, with the first near St. Matthews.


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