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Michelle Edrington’s garage is cheerfully appointed, the walls decorated with happy colors.
Thunder Over Louisville is the ultimate kickoff to the most exciting two weeks in Louisville.
To the delight of shoppers from around the city, Chenoweth Square held its annual Derby Trot on April 14.
It’s hard to imagine Derby time in the city without Thunder Over Louisville.
Thunder is one of the most anticipated events.
When it comes to Thunder Over Louisville, there’s a lot to love.
There’s nothing quite like a good score. And, no, Cards and Cats fans, I’m not talking about that kind of score.
You’ve heard its name. Its presence in the Greater Louisville community is nearly unparalleled, its ubiquity matched in strength by its mission.
When I was a kid, my brother and I had twin beds with two built-in shelves beneath them.