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- Fischer launches historic preservation task force
- PHOTOS: Aerial acrobatics, Shakespeare and racing at Churchill Downs
- Just before Derby, Churchill Downs signs food-vendor deal
- PODCAST: Talking about Kentucky Kingdom's new coaster, U of L's golf course and an old-school Louisville business that's changing it up
Monthly Archives: January 2012
The beautiful and historic district of Old Louisville actually started as a suburb in the 1870’s under the name Southern Extension. The name Old Louisville came about in the early 1960’s. The area extends a full 48 blocks of beautiful architectural designs. Many buildings still have the stone pillars complete with authentic lion, gargoyle or pineapple statues. Continue reading
If your family was looking for an entertaining activity in Louisville this weekend, don’t let the weather put a chill in your plans. There are some unique events scheduled that will allow you the comforts of indoors, while breaking the stay-at-home routine. Consider, for example, the Quick Start Story Gallery at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville. Continue reading