[Photos] Explore Germantown: Louisville's True Hip Neighborhood

Louisville is a town of contradictions and in those contradictions lies the charm of the city. Germantown is one of Louisville's historic…

By Erica Rucker

[Photos] Explore Germantown: Louisville's True Hip Neighborhood
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This Victorian Mansion Renovation In Old Louisville Is Like Nothing You've Seen Before

Seven fireplaces, a spacious dining room with exposed brick and an enviable screened in porch. This is definitely the most beautiful Victorian…

By Sydney Catinna

This Victorian Mansion Renovation In Old Louisville Is Like Nothing You've Seen Before
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This Is The Most Expensive House On The Market In Louisville And It's Easy To See Why

With an $8 million price tag, this Georgian mansion in Mockingbird Valley is currently the priciest home for sale in Louisville. Crafted…

By Sydney Catinna

This Is The Most Expensive House On The Market In Louisville And It's Easy To See Why
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10 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (June 21-23)

Need weekend plans? We've got you covered. From concerts to festivals, farmers markets, and even new breweries, there are plenty of fun…

By Sydney Catinna

10 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (June 21-23)
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Everything We Saw At Kentuckiana Pride Parade

The Kentuckiana Pride Parade is an annual event celebrating and supporting the LGBTQ+ community in Kentucky and Indiana. This year's parade took…

By LEO Weekly Staff

Everything We Saw At Kentuckiana Pride Parade
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10 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (June 12-17)

Need weekend plans? We've got you covered. From the Juneteenth Festival and Pride Festival to Downs After Dark, there are plenty of…

By Sydney Catinna

SATURDAY, JUNE 15
Paristown Flea731 Brent St. | Free | 10-5 p.m.Shop vinyl, antiques, art deco, plants, books, funk junk, repurposed, and more at the flea market that takes place the 3rd Saturday of each month. The event is pet-friendly and features 100+ vendors, plus food and cocktails.
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20 Summer Concerts In Louisville That Should Be On Your Bucket List

School’s out, and the summer sun is heating up the city. This summer there are a ton of Louisville concerts won’t want…

By LEO Weekly Staff

20 Summer Concerts In Louisville That Should Be On Your Bucket List
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12 Cute Cats You Can Meet At Kentucky's Bourbon Distilleries

Sure, National Bourbon Day is great, but who needs a made up holiday to inspire you to head to the distilleries when…

By Sydney Catinna

MJ and Benny
J. Mattingly 1845 Distillery
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The 11 Best Dog Parks In Louisville

As the summer months quickly make their way upon us, you may want to get outside to enjoy the fresh air. But…

By Caleb Stultz

Tom Sawyer Dog Park
3109 Freys Hill Rd, Louisville, KYOpen all day. Morton Avenue Dog Park gives access to dogs and owners through an open-space area to meet new furry friends. The gazebo that lives at the heart of the park is a great resting place for you and your dog.
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10 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (June 7-9)

Need weekend plans? We've got you covered. From the Buy Local Fair to UFC Fight Night there are plenty of fun things…

By Sydney Catinna

Rollin’ on the River Craft Beer Festival
Saturday, June 8
Howard Steamboat Museum | 1101 E. Market Street, Jeffersonville, IN | $55 general admission / Designated Drivers free- 3-7 p.m. | 21 and over
Although there are some great beer festivals in the Louisville area, Fest of Ale in New Albany was always my favorite. Unfortunately, the 2019 edition of the festival would turn out to be its last. Now five years later, it’s back...sort of. Pearl Street Taphouse and Antz Marching, LLC, (founders of the Fest of Ale and former owner of Keg Liquors), present the inaugural Rollin’ on the River Craft Beer Festival at the Howard Steamboat Museum in Jeffersonville. Expect well over 100 craft beers from more than 65 different breweries, as well as fine wines, ciders, and seltzers. Attendees will also enjoy local food vendors, games, live music, swag, giveaways, and raffles. The expansive grounds boast beautiful views of the Ohio River, plenty of shade, room to roam, and is located just blocks from downtown Jeffersonville.
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15 LGBTQ-Owned Businesses In Louisville To Support During Pride Month

Louisville is home to a thriving culture of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. And intersex people. And nonbinary people. And…

By Aria Baci

Old Louisville Coffee Co-op
316 W Ormsby Ave.The Old Louisville Coffee Co-op is not only an employee-owned business, but a queer- and POC-owned business. Corey Robison, Adrian Silbernagel, Noa August, America Medious, and Kristina Diggs — all of whom had experience in the coffee business — collectively opened shop after a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2022. In addition to their coffee (which is excellent), the co-op hosts poetry open mic nights for comedy nights, poetry, and rap, readings, drag and burlesque shows, skill-shares, and clothing swaps. One of the only late night spots near downtown in which alcohol is not the main attraction, the Old Louisville Coffee Co-op is open around the clock on weekends.
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11 Louisville-Area Airbnbs With Pools

It’s the time of year for vacations and staycations. No matter if you’re a local or if you’re looking to visit Louisville…

By LEO Weekly Staff

8. Kentucky Derby Home!
     Entire Home | Starting at $1,207/night | Hosts 10 Guests 
    “Modern and attractive home with outdoor pool and Hot Tub! 10 TV's, Sonos system, 3 grills, fire pits, hot tub, a big pool and tons of outside entertaining space (note that pool is not heated). This immaculate and serene oasis, definitely doesn't feel like Kentucky but more like the sunny shores of California! The backyard has been featured in local magazines for their attention to detail for a great entertainment space!”
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11 Gay & LGTBQ-Friendly Bars In Louisville To Visit During Pride Month

Louisville is known for its vibrant and inclusive LGBTQIA+ scene so of course we have plenty of gay and gay-friendly bars around…

By LEO Weekly Staff

Big Bar 
1202 Bardstown Rd
Big Bar lives up to its name as this bar is notoriously huge, with an outdoor patio and upstairs lounge, among other things, there’s space here for everyone. Their frozen drinks are a hit and will be refreshing in the summer heat.
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Muhammad Ali's Childhood Home Is Now For Sale In Louisville

Want to own a significant piece of American history? Now on the market for $1.5M, Muhammad Ali's childhood home is up for…

By Sydney Catinna

Muhammad Ali's childhood home is up for sale.
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The 14 Best Louisville Pride Events Happening This June

The Louisville-area is gearing up for a month full of vibrant celebrations during Pride Month this June. The city is buzzing with…

By Sydney Catinna

From festivals to drag brunches, there are tons of fun things to do in Louisville to celebrate Pride this June.
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5 Things To Do This Weekend In Louisville (May 31-June 2)

Need plans? We've got you covered. From Goth Prom to Wonderfest there are plenty of fun things to do around Louisville this…

By Sydney Catinna

WFPK Presents: Laid Back Country Picker, Blind Feline, and Tyrone Cotton 
Friday, May 31
Headliners Music Hall | 1386 Lexington Rd. | headlinerslouisville. com | $15 adv/$20 day of show | 9 p.m. | 18 and over
With his huge mutton chops, white cowboy hat, and embroidered pearl snaps, singer/guitarist Laid Back Country Picker is quite the sight to behold. But add in his wife and drummer Honey, with her hair curlers, outdated house coat, thrift store sunglasses, and straight-faced dead stare, and you’ve got one of the oddest duos in country music history! And yes, there is a great backstory here. But then you hear them play and you realize LBCP’s music owes as much to AC/DC and Motorhead as it does Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. And then you realize how much fun they’re having with it all, and it’s infectious. Get in on the fun when they stop by Headliners May 31st. Also playing are Louisville Rock/Country/Psychedelia trio Blind Feline and Louisville blues legend Tyrone Cotton.
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This Secluded Louisville Estate Comes With A Whole Lot More Than A Swimming Pool

Nestled amidst the serene beauty of a sprawling 10+ acre estate, this luxury lodge has everything you need to beat the summer…

By Sydney Catinna

Secluded Estate With Pool And Pond
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From Hidden Pantries to Designer Details: Peek Inside This $3 Million Louisville Masterpiece

A sprawling ranch-style home on Pope Lick Road is filled with opportunities to entertain. With over 1.3 million dollars in upgrades and renovations,…

By Sydney Catinna

From Hidden Pantries to Designer Details: Peek Inside This $3 Million Louisville Masterpiece
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The 13 Best Lakes Near Louisville Where You Can Cool Off This Summer

When summer rolls around in the Bluegrass State, it's the perfect chance to hit up some of the best lakes in Kentucky!…

By LEO Weekly Staff

Green River Lake State Park
The natural beauty of this state park is approximately a two-hour drive South of Louisville in Campbellsville, KY. It has something for every summer day trip: a beach with swimming, a marina with boat rentals, hiking, miniature golf, and
concessions.
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The Most Famous Person From Every Louisville High School (Updated!)

For many of the high school in Louisville — and lord knows there are plenty of high schools in Louisville — there…

By Sydney Catinna

Southern: Phil Simms
Phil Simms, born in Springfield, Kentucky, is a highly regarded figure in the world of American football and is known for his impressive achievements. He made a significant mark as an NFL Quarterback, leading his team to two Super Bowl victories. His exceptional skills and leadership on the field have earned him accolades and a lasting reputation in sports history. Following his retirement from professional playing, Phil seamlessly transitioned into broadcasting and has become a familiar voice as an announcer on NFL Today.
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10 Things To Do In Louisville Memorial Day Weekend

Need Memorial Day weekend plans? We've got you covered. From bluegrass fests to biergartens, here's what's happening this weekend in the "Ville.

By Sydney Catinna

FRIDAY, MAY 24-27
Abbey Road on the River
Abbey Road on the River, the world's largest Beatles-inspired music festival, will be held Memorial Day weekend, May 23-27, 2024 at the Big Four Station Park in Jeffersonville, IN. The 5-day event is packed with peace, love and music from the 60’s and 70’s highlighting unique performances by 50 bands from all around the world including The Fab Four, the legendary Jan & Dean’s Beach Party, Tony Kishman’s Live and Let Die: the music of Paul McCartney, and tributes to Queen, Joe Cocker, Bruce Springsteen, The Monkees, Chicago, CSNY, Buddy Holly, and Elvis Presley. Attendees can also enjoy interactive art.
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7 Places To Board Your Dog In Louisville

Planning a vacation is always exciting, but it can be a bit stressful when you have a furry friend at home. Finding…

By Sydney Catinna

The Highland Dog1962 Roanoke AveDubbed a 'Bed & Biscuit,' The Highland Dog is a pet resort where your furbabies can enjoy spacious, private suites and secure indoor and outside play areas. A small, local business, they give all doggos supervised play times in the form of group play or solo play and homemade treats.
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PHOTOS: Everything We Saw At Poorcastle Festival 2024

Poorcastle 2024 was a whole vibe. Since 2013, local musicians, artists, and businesses have converged for the three-day weekend at Breslin Park…

By Sydney Catinna

PHOTOS: Everything We Saw At Poorcastle Festival 2024
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14 Summer Weekend Getaways That Are Driving Distance From Louisville

Summer is officially here and with it comes the urge to get away. If you're anything like us, you're probably dying for…

By LEO Weekly Staff

Indiana Dunes National Park
    Knock a national park off your list by visiting the Indiana Dunes. A day at this sandy nature oasis is indistinguishable from a trip to the seaside, save for the decidedly not salty water. It’s also a fun vacation in the winter, when you’ll get to see it in its frozen splendor. The park is also just a train ride away from Chicago, which has plenty to do.
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10 Things To Do This Week & Weekend In Louisville (5/14-5/19)

Need plans? We've got you covered. From the PGA championship to Poorcastle, there are plenty of fun things to do around Louisville…

By Sydney Catinna

FRIDAY MAY 17-19Poorcastle FestivalBreslin Park | 1400 Payne St. | poorcastle.com | 1 p.m. | $15+Louisville's favorite outsider music festival is happening May 17 – 19. Poorcastle will celebrate their 10-year anniversary with a stellar lineup of bands playing all weekend in Breslin Park. The festival will host local vendors, food trucks, immersive art installations, beer and cocktails from Apocalypse Brew Works and The MerryWeather.
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10 Things To Do This Week & Weekend In Louisville (5/9-5/11)

Need plans? We've got you covered. With Spring in full swing, there are plenty of fun things to do around Louisville.

By Sydney Catinna

SATURDAY, MAY 11
Schnitzelburg Walk & Flea
Monnik | 1036 E Burnett Ave. | 11 a.m.
It's that time again for the Flea Off and Schnitzelburg Walk street fest at Monnik, MerryWeather and the surrounding locations! Flea Off starts at 11am and bands start at 4pm. As always, entry is FREE! Here's the band lineup: King Kong, The Get Down, Zu Zu Ya Ya, The Golden Whip, Cphr Dvn, Charm School, and Some Swords.
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The Best And Worst Krogers In Greater Louisville, According To Locals

Louisvillians have strong opinions about their Krogers and it shows. So much so that there's a map dedicated to nicknaming each and…

By LEO Weekly Staff

Middletown Kroger
Nicknames: Rich Kroger, Republican Kroger, Derby Roses Kroger
The most highly revered Kroger and it shows. This is the Kroger where the Derby winner’s rose garland is sewn. Their Yelp page features photos of a school kids band playing inside and reviews that call the employees family. So, yeah. This is the best Kroger in Louisville. Even if it is in Middletown.
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14 AAPI-Owned Businesses To Support This May

May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month, when we celebrate the myriad contributions that generations of Asian…

By Aria Baci

GOGi 1055 Korean BBQ
1055 Bardstown Rd.The first Korean BBQ in Louisville, GOGi 1055 has been in business since 2020. Manager David Kim recruited engineers from across the country to construct his vision of an open grill that would not leave diners smelling of grease or smoke. "Customers leave without a hint of smelling like a bonfire on their clothes," he says. And if you crave Korean-style BBQ, from beef brisket to pork jowl cut, alongside a menu that also features savories like mi chin dak chicken wings, GOGi 1055 is your spot.
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Take A Peek Inside One Of Kentucky's Largest (And Most Expensive!) Homes

At over 28,000 square feet and complete with more than 50 rooms, the Delong Manor has been documented as the largest home in the…

By Sydney Catinna

The Largest Home In Kentucky Is Up For Sale And Its Price Tag Is Just As Big
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Summer Camp Shuffle: Find The Perfect Summer Experience For Your Child

School is rapidly coming to a close and parents everywhere are in the mad dash for summer camps. Spots in many of…

By Erica Rucker

It's Time for Summer Fun!
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PHOTOS: Get Ready For The Return Of PopCon Louisville

The inaugural event of PopCon Louisville was so successful that the convention is back for round two. PopCon Louisville will bring its…

By Aria Baci

PopCon Louisville Returns For A Second Year
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Self Pleasure Is Celebrated In May, Here's a list of Local Shops To Get You Hot And Happy

May Is Masturbation Month Trust Us. You won’t go blind and your palms will only get hairy if you’re predisposed to that…

By Erica Rucker

Adam and Eve 
3862 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy.
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