Here we go! The “official / unofficial” kickoff to the Kentucky Derby Festival is upon us. Thunder Over Louisville, the largest fireworks display in North America (and most other places), takes place tomorrow, April 20th, 2013. If you like fireworks, … Continue reading Thunder Over Louisville 2013
It has been an interesting ride through this season, but the hard work and dedication of your Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball team has paid off! Last night, on a beautiful Easter evening, The University of Louisville Cardinals beat the Duke … Continue reading Louisville Cardinals to the Final Four!
If you ask just about any resident of Louisville what event kicks off the Kentucky Derby Festival, most will say Thunder Over Louisville. While Thunder typically is the kickoff to the two week festival before the Kentucky Derby, we actually … Continue reading Taste of Kentucky Derby Festival
I posted the above graphic because people tend to ask me, “how’s the market”. Instead of just saying “it’s good”, I think this graph shows how our housing market has rebounded and where it is heading. The average sale price for a single family home in Jefferson County, Louisville, KY for 2012 was $171,204, which is just about where we were back in 2005. Not bad. The median sale price for a single family home in 2012 was $141,600, which is $4,420 higher than the median in 2005 and still higher than 2006 by $1,600! This is very positive. Couple … Continue reading Jefferson County Home Values Increase in 2012
Once again, The Palace Theater downtown Louisville, KY will host a two-night run featuring Widespread Panic. The last time Panic was in town was April of 2011, kicking off their spring tour just before going on a one year hiatus. … Continue reading Widespread Panic at the Palace Theater Louisville
The wait is over for the anticipated opening of The Big Four Bridge in downtown Louisville’s Waterfront Park. According to Waterfront Development Corp, the revamped old train bridge is scheduled to open this Thursday, February 7th at 11:00 AM for bicycles and pedestrians. The bridge was originally opened in 1895 and the final train crossing happened sometime in the 60’s. As of this Thursday you can cross the river on foot and enjoy some spectacular views and features along the way. Transforming The Big Four Bridge has been an idea for almost 20 years as waterfront park has been developed. … Continue reading Big Four Bridge Open Soon!