Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner with Santa around Louisville Friday, Nov 15 2019 

Christmas is coming and one of the best traditions is a breakfast with Santa. There are many options from paid to free to be sure to check them out.  We have loved some of the “fancier” events to all get dressed up. But, there are many quaint community events that are totally charming. November 13 – December 31, times vary: [...]

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Louisville Pizza Week returns November 11-17 Monday, Nov 4 2019 

People can purchase $8 specialty pizzas from 18 different Louisville and Southern Indiana locations.

        

Farm-To-Table Dinner 2019 at the Red Barn Sunday, Oct 20 2019 

October 20, 2019

“Come celebrate the Harvest with a special Farm-To-Table dinner featuring a unique five-course menu, made from scratch by expert chefs, using local, farm-fresh ingredients. The meal will consist of signature cocktails, action cooking, and live music.” —From the University’s Facebook page.

The Farm to table dinner ran last Thursday Oct. 17 from 5-8pm and also hosted the Josh Smith Memorial Sustainability Award ceremony. All food was locally sourced and prepared by local chefs.

 

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Lexington’s legendary steakhouse Malone’s to open Louisville location in 2020 Saturday, Oct 19 2019 

Officials say they will set up shop at the Paddock Shops of Louisville.

        

Kids Eat Free on Halloween & other deals Friday, Oct 18 2019 

The kids are all decked out in their Halloween best, why not take them out for a kids eat free Halloween meal?!   Here are some local places we have found that are offering kids eat free deals on Halloween. We have included some other non-food deals we found! Drake’s St. Matthews and Drake’s Paddock Shops: All Day. Kids eat free at [...]

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Café Mimosa, Louisville restaurant, closes its doors Sunday, Sep 22 2019 

A message on the website thanks customers for their support through the years.

        

Company specializing in charcuterie board plans New Albany location Monday, Sep 9 2019 

Board and You is planning to set up shop in downtown New Albany in 2020.

        

WorldFest: Bringing the world to Louisville’s doorsteps Thursday, Sep 5 2019 

By Joseph Garcia — 

Every year on Labor Day weekend, the Belvedere is flooded by thousands for four days to celebrate the rich cultural diversity that lives in Louisville.

“It’s a festival to honor and bring nationalities and cultures together so people can be educated about the world,” said Jalen Todd, a volunteer at this year’s WorldFest.

WorldFest doesn’t just invite attendees to experience these cultures. It gives people the chance to truly celebrate and learn about them from that culture’s people.

“This festival has taught me to learn about different communities and overcome stereotypes about people that aren’t true,” Todd said.

Todd said almost 30 countries spanning the globe were represented this weekend of celebration.

It’s immediately obvious that cultures are represented by the array of vibrant colors from national flags and the mouth-watering aromas blanketing the festival.

The food alone was enough to make a trip to WorldFest. There were common items like tacos and pad thai, but WorldFest offered more exotic foods to excite your taste buds like Ethiopian cuisine.

Just about every corner had a view of an open grill that sizzled with kabobs or large pans of noodles being tossed.

But these are not the only things lining the packed pathways.  Both local and visiting vendors sold items that represented their nationality or heritage.

Items like vibrant dresses, small jewelry, traditional masks and wooden decorations were everywhere.

There were also three stages among the festival that offered unique performances throughout the day. Performances included belly dancing, flamenco dances and various bands performing traditional music.

Junior Computer Information Systems major Levi Walton described WorldFest as diverse and accepting.

“I enjoyed seeing so many cultures represented in such a small section of Louisville,” Walton said, “I love knowing that I live in such a culturally diverse city that not only welcomes but celebrates the differences in its people’s cultures.”

Photo by Joseph Garcia // The Louisville Cardinal

 

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New beer flavor becomes ‘big dill’ in the Lone Star State Wednesday, Aug 14 2019 

If you're 21 and up, a new beer may challenge your taste buds.

        

Apple Picking around Louisville Wednesday, Aug 14 2019 

Apple Picking! Here are a few places you can go to pick-your-own apples. Apple picking is so much fun. Bring bug spray! And, have your recipes ready because you will surely go home with plenty.  Hidden Hollow Orchard right here in Louisville is also a good place to visit. Check their website for updates – Apple pickin will start on Aug [...]

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