- By Sara Havens | Posted on January 18, 2019
Old Louisville’s Cabbage Patch Settlement House was founded in 1910 and continues to equip and empower at-risk youth throughout the community to this day. The invaluable nonprofit serves about 1,000 kids and their families each year by providing both everyday essentials and lifelong tools...
- By Sara Havens | Posted on January 10, 2019
The Moth storytelling event takes place once a month at Headliners Music Hall and crowns a winner each time. But once a year, the winners from the previous 10 months are rounded up and battle head to head — or story to story —...
- By Sara Havens | Posted on December 20, 2018
For the Louisville artist Lynn Dunbar Bayus, 2018 was a milestone year. Not only did her work appear on both the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks posters, but you can now see her serene oil painting on a bottle of Woodford Reserve. Dunbar Bayus...
- By Sara Havens | Posted on December 12, 2018
Jamar Mack started KOBBE — Kentucky’s Original Black Bourbon Enthusiasts — in 2017 as a way to help make bourbon more accessible to everyone. Membership continues to grow each month, and Mack hosts philanthropic events throughout the year to give back to various nonprofits....
- By Sara Havens | Posted on December 6, 2018
The popular $20 Art Show features work by more than 30 local artists, including Cobb, offering pieces for a steal at $20 each.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on November 29, 2018
The Yascone family always has championed for the arts, and on Saturday, Dec. 8, they're hosting a Prohibition Classic Christmas Open House.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on November 16, 2018
Brian F. Haara was first inspired to create his blog Sipp'n Corn after stumbling upon Pepper v. Labrot, a bourbon trademark case from the late 1800s.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on November 8, 2018
"100 Faces" is a collection of portraits Susan Howe began in 2016 to help hone her skills and grow as an artist. It's a mix of local artiists and celebs.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on October 31, 2018
In August, Nicole Bartlett took sole ownership of the business and continues her goal of being a catalyst for good in our community.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on October 26, 2018
On Saturday, Tony and the Tan Lines perform a very special Halloween-themed concert at Headliners that serves as a tribute to Michael Jackson's "Thriller."