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Former NPR host and acclaimed author Diane Rehm to speak at Festival of Faiths

Popular NPR host and author Diane Rehm will speak in Louisville April 27 at the 23rd annual Festival of Faiths.


How to vote in Courier Journal's Malt Madness

How to vote in Courier Journal’s craft beer competition.




She's from Louisville, and her new show on NBC could be the next 'This Is Us'

If you enjoy “This Is Us,” then you may like NBC’s new show, “Rise,” starring a graduate of Manual High School in Louisville




You won't want to miss these top shows in Louisville starting March 11

From comedian “School of Rock” on Broadway to Crowder, there are plenty of shows, concerts and plays to entertain everyone this week, March 11-18


Pucker up! Here are the 6 spring (and Derby!) makeup trends you don't want to miss

Look for shimmering gold, embrace that skin is in and other tricks for getting the best look this 2018 Kentucky Derby season.


What's new in makeup trends for spring

Owner and master stylist at J Michael Salon and Spa breaks down a few must-know beauty trends for spring.


This Kentucky teen made it to the next round of 'American Idol' auditions

These Kentucky and Indiana singers made it through American Idol auditions held in Louisville last August


You'll find the best rotisserie chicken at this Mexican restaurant on Preston Highway

You’d be hard-pressed to find a superior rotisserie chicken in Louisville than Luna’s Mexican Rotisserie


You'll find the best chicken in Louisville at this Mexican restaurant

Craving something different? Check out Luna’s Mexican Rotisserie in Louisville for a new spin on classic cuisine from south of the border.




What a show! Louisville named one of the top cities in the US to see live theater

Louisville’s live theater scene is top-notch. It’s true! A detailed study said so.




Omni Hotel's new market isn't the grocery Louisville needs – it's the one it deserves

Falls City Market hits on all our favorite keywords: It’s local, authentic and decidedly Louisville. Check it out at the now-open Omni Hotel.




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