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A Ghostly Halloween in Old Louisville, Kentucky

You don’t have to stay home to celebrate Halloween. Locals or visitors within a couple of hours of Louisville, Kentucky can pack the kids in the car and drive over to Old Louisville, the third largest historic preservation area in the country. Once there, they will find plenty of treats at most every door as […]

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Come to the Kentucky State Fair: Aug.16-26

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By Nancy Hinchliff, freelance writer/innkeeper Hank Williams Jr. in concert Thurs, Aug. 16th, Main Stage OK, so you can’t afford that trip to Disneyland or to some other exotic location. You and your kids can still have fun camping in the woods or even in the backyard, or maybe visiting grandma. The goal is to […]

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Summer in Old Louisville: Shakespeare in The Park

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by Nancy Hinchliff, innkeeper and freelance writer If you’re contemplating visiting historic Louisville, KY next week and looking for something to do, you might consider an outdoor festival or play. Louisville has plenty of both, and many of them are free, including movies, live theater and concerts. A special treat is William Shakespeare’s Much Ado […]

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Not By Bread Alone: A brief history

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Louisville is fortunate to have many wonderful restaurants and Bed and Breakfasts. Visitors can take advantage of the suberb dishes served in both places. Good ole Kentucky food abounds here and many of the local chefs and inn-keepers are experts in bringing to you, not only wonderful evening meals and gourmet breakfasts but desserts of […]

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36th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays: Feb. 26 – April 15, 2012

by Nancy Hinchliff, writer/Innkeeper “Actor’s Theater of Louisville is announcing their 36th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at a Kickoff Party on Thursday, March 1 at 6 p.m. in the Sara Shallenberger Brown Lobby. The free event, featuring delicious fare from local restaurants, Humana Festival memorabilia, giveaways and more, will bring in the […]

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Valentine’s Day

by Nancy R. Hinchliff, inn-keeper/freelance writer Valentine’s Day at most bed and breakfasts is usually very busy. They fill up with couples looking for a romantic get-away to celebrate the day or week-end with someone they love. The Inns offer Sweetheart Packages, Spa Packages and the like. They fill their rooms with red roses, champagne […]

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