History

You can thank us the next time you host a trivia night.
These four monuments honor enslaved Kentuckians, Civil Rights activists, and an explorer.
LOUtoday’s readers weigh in.
These historic homes are truly a blast from the past.
From discussions with award-winning journalists to musical performances, LFPL is making it more accessible to learn Louisville’s Black history.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane.
They might be forgotten, but they’re not quite gone.
From homemade igloos to an emergency helipad clearing, it was an unforgettable few days.
The Frazier is almost old enough to drink.
We’re still digging ourselves out from under the snow.
Recognizing Louisville’s connections to Martin Luther King Jr. — including the March on Frankfort and A.D. King.
Happy birthday, champ.
Hit the road and head to Robbinsville, NC — we’re sharing all the details about what to do and eat, plus where to stay.
All aboard? Time will tell.
The Shelby Park Neighborhood Association has started a petition to restore the building as a public library
A Derby City music newsletter from the 1990s featured the feline on every issue.
In this guide, we’re diving into the city’s oldest streets and how they got their names.
Muhammad Ali, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jack Harlow are making room on the Derby City skyline.
It’s another episode of, “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.
It’s been a banner year, Louisville
Can you use it in a sentence, please?
From the Louisville Cardinals to Racing Louisville, we’re sharing all details of Derby City’s sports teams.
Pour one out for Prohibition, 90 years later.
Pass the mashed potatoes — and the pigskin.
These historic homes are like living in a fairytale.
The photo banners will line Muhammad Ali Boulevard, the street that has bore his name since 1978.
The U.S. Post Office and Customs House stood in the heart of downtown for 40 years, but now it’s almost entirely forgotten.
Celebrating Our Neighborhood will highlight our city’s immigrant and refugee communities.
The new music-themed park in the California neighborhood includes a playground, great lawn, pavilion, and more.
From the “Lady in Blue” at the Seelbach to a hidden cemetery, Derby City has its fair share of ghost stories.
The Silver Dollar is a local favorite for brunch + bourbon.
Good news for Louisville.
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