Louisville Area

Louisville’s Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular is more than an extraordinary display more

Arts & Entertainment

Now twice its former size, the freshly renovated Speed Art Museum reopens this month more

Arts & Entertainment

Members of Trikes for Tikes volunteer their time to give new life to old bicycles and tricycles. more


Louisville’s Mercury Ballroom adds a new element to the downtown music scene. more

Arts & Entertainment

Whiskey by the drink sign at Shirley Mae's

Dana McMahan

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

The seriously satisfying experience of dining at Shirley Mae's in Louisville more

120 Eats


Joshua Lindau

Copper & Kings’ edgy approach promises to shake up the spirits industry more


Louisville leader has spent 30 years providing opportunities for at-risk children to succeed more

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Kentucky Monthly is a media sponsor of the Oct. 3 - 5 art show more

News & Contests


Photos by David Toczko

Bourbon lore enjoys a spirited revival at the Bulleit Experience at Stitzel-Weller Distillery more


Local Louisville Love

Traveling like a local is the latest buzzword. But sometimes you just can't beat *being* a local. more

120 Eats

Guy grub gets an awesome upgrade thanks to Chris Ross of Louisville’s Bristol Catering and the Highlands Bristol Bar & Grille more


Recreation, conservation and community thrive at The Parklands of Floyds Fork more

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The Pretentious Beer Glass Company’s handcrafted creations give the drink its due more

Arts & Entertainment


Photo by Wales Hunter

Our 2013 Kentuckian of the Year: UofL Director of Athletics Tom Jurich more



Photos by Brother Paul Quenon

For more than a century, the Abbey of Gethsemani has offered serenity, solitude and introspection in the heart of Kentucky more

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For 28 years, Bardstown coachman Jonesie has been making spirits bright. more


The quintessential – and perhaps original – party drink is punch. Enjoy The Brown Hotel's refreshing twist on the libation, created in celebration of its 90th birthday. more


From Hollywood legends to political dignitaries, The Brown Hotel has hosted many well-known patrons during its 90-year history. Perhaps some of those famous visitors enjoyed a Manhattan cocktail in the hotel’s elegant environs. more



Photo by Jesse Hendrix-Inman

Kentucky's native spirit effervesces in this New Year's Eve-worthy cocktail from Louisville's Doc Crow's restaurant. more


Twice a year, thousands make the pilgrimage to rural Bullitt County to blow stuff up. more

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