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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Louisville Named to 10 'Most Affordable Big Cities In The U.S.'

This year alone, Louisville has made rankings as one of the “Most affordable Cities in the U.S.” by Forbes, of the “Best Entrepreneurial Cities” by Entrepeneur.com, one of America’s “Breakout Cities for 2014” by CNNMoney, and of the top “Creative Cities for 20-Somethings” by PolicyMic. Louisville has a lively downtown area filled with museums, galleries, and world-renowned shopping, as well as an up-and-coming indie scene, and the city is home to many annual cultural festivals, the most prominent of which is the Kentucky Derby. The races themselves come after a ...  Read More

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Louisville makes 'The 16 Best Places to Live in the U.S.: 2014' list!

Louisvillians have a lot to be proud of. There are the bourbon and the horses, of course, but there’s also one of the country’s only urban forests, a 389-acre park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. (It’s like a miniature Central Park, but more laid back.) There’s a burgeoning bike-trail system, much of which parallels the Ohio River, and the city hosted the Cyclocross World Championship in 2013. But what the population of 605,000 may be most proud of is Louisville’s future. “There are so many cool things in the works,” says Derek Fetko, a road and mountain biker. “The biggest is ...  Read More

Louisville Kentucky Community Guide

Louisville combines many of the best qualities of large and small cities to create one of the nation's most appealing cities. In fact, in 2006 a study conducted by two national relocation companies rated Louisville as the nation's best city for relocating families. Their study was based on a number of economic and quality-of-life factors such as commute times, cultural offerings, tax rates, recreational activities, and the quantity of family-friendly events and venues.

The attractions which visitors perennially love -- Churchill Downs, Seneca and Cherokee Parks (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted), the Kentucky Center for the Arts -- have in recent years been joined by a number of exciting new ventures including Fourth Street Live, the Muhammad Ali Center, and even a nationally recognized Skateboard Park.

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Government
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Area Attractions
The Kentucky Derby Festival
Churchill Downs
Louisville Zoo
Louisville Bats
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Louisville Science Center & IMAX Theatre
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Fourth Street Live
Belle of Louisville
Kentucky Speedway

Arts & Museums
Kentucky Center for the Arts
Actors Theatre
Louisville Ballet
Kentucky Opera
Broadway Series
Stage One
Speed Arts Museum
Louisville Palace Theatre
Kentucky Derby Museum
Louisville Slugger Museum
Louisville Visual Art Association
Muhammad Ali Center