Every year, artisan bicycle builders from all over the world descend upon a different US city to show their wares at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. This year, we traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, to take in the event. We decided...Show More Summary
Like a hazy vision floating in a mist of purple fog, Prince has announced plans to perform surprise concerts all around the U.S. starting next week. So far, only one show on the Hit And Run tour—Louisville, Kentucky on March 14—has been announced, but given that Prince did sort of the same thing last year in the U.K. Show More Summary
The aptly titled Hit and Run tour commences in Louisville on March 14th.
With a talented class of wide receivers that includes Alabama’s Amari Cooper, West Virginia’s Kevin White and Louisville’s DeVante Parker, teams looking for a pass-catcher in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft will have plenty ofShow More Summary
Old Big East rivals Louisville and Notre Dame meet for the first time as ACC foes on Wednesday night at Louisville, with both teams jockeying for a high seed in next week's conference tournament. No. 12 Notre Dame (24-5, 12-4 ACC ) is coming off a 65-60 home loss to Syracuse, which dropped the Fighting Irish into third place in the ACC. Show More Summary
Louisville basketball has made the NCAA tournament for eight consecutive seasons, and this year would push that number to nine, given that Rick Pitino is wrapping up yet another successful regular season with the Cardinals ranked at No. Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals would feel tremendous pain from President Obama's tax proposal for college sports donations.
The web of post-rock is tangled with unique groups like Rachel’s, the Louisville chamber trio that fused neoclassical textures with rock instrumentation. Their music is cinematic and enveloping, encouraging us to forget the distinctions of genre and just bliss out to its undeniable emotive sway. Well, fans of Rachel’s rejoice: Pianist, composer, and founding member […]
Louisville ABC affiliate WHAS has added Renee Murphy as co-anchor of the 11:00 p.m. news. Murphy will continue anchoring the 5:30 p.m. news and leading the station’s I-Team investigative unit. “Most TV stations conduct a national search to find the right journalist for such an important anchor position,” said WHAS president & GM Linda Danna. Show More Summary
Louisville's finest also announces an extensive world tour.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — There's a bad smell in parts of the Louisville, Kentucky, area but nobody knows where it's coming from. Media reports say city crews have been trying for nearly a week to pin down the odor that smells like mildew,...Show More Summary
Sometimes, taking care of business before conference tournaments is just not enough for teams on the bubble. Sometimes, though, it is. Look at North Carolina State, a former bubble team before upending Louisville and North Carolina on the road in late February. That's how bubble teams get it done, folks. Others are not so fortunate. Show More Summary
Jeff Woods, a weekend sports anchor for Louisville ABC affiliate WHAS, has been indicted for leaving the scene of an accident that killed a pedestrian. According to The Courier-Journal, Woods was indicted on one count of failing to stop and render aid after the accident in January. Show More Summary
For the first time since the rivalry game against Louisville on Dec. 27, college basketball fans and media legitimately entertained the notion of a potential loss for the No. 1 and undefeated Kentucky Wildcats with the red-hot No. 18...Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals improved to 23-6 overall and 11-5 in the ACC following an 81-59 victory over the Florida State Seminoles earlier today. It was a dominating effort for the Cards that was highlighted by this ridiculous alley-oop from 6’8? forward Montrezl Harrell. Check it out: Harrell finished the game with 16 points, four rebounds, […]
Montrezl Harrell, that is all. During Louisville's game against Florida State Saturday, the Cardinals forward broke out a move that might be illegal in some countries. Six minutes into the game, Harrell's teammate threw him a deep alley-oop while FSU's Robbie Berwick unsuccessfully tried to defend it. Show More Summary
Only one conference tournament features blue-blood programs like Duke, North Carolina and Louisville, a serious candidate for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament in Virginia (and Duke) and a dangerous squad that could get hot in March...Show More Summary
Today in the Louisville Courier-Journal, the paper’s former education editor Charles Whaley jumps back to the post-World War II days. In the summer of 1949, he had just graduated from the University of Kentucky and was looking to spend...Show More Summary
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