Thu. Feb 21st, 2019

Arts & Entertainment

invisible children

In search of a story, three young men took off to Africa in 2003. They not only found a story, but also started one of the largest aid campaigns of this generation.
What they found is known as one of the most neglected humanitarian emergencies in…

Heine Brothers’ Coffee

On Friday, Oct. 16, Heine Brothers’ Coffee celebrated their 15-year anniversary at their Longest Avenue location in the Highlands, closing off the street for the event. The Longest Avenue location is one of the smaller Heine Brothers’ stores, but maintains comfortable…

Derby City Espresso

One-third cafe, one-third art gallery and one-third bar, Derby City Espresso may be redefining what it means to be a coffeehouse. Upon entering Derby City, visitors will find a parrot cage on their left and a fish aquarium on the right, indications that this is not your…

Burger Boy: 24-hour fun

It is 2 a.m. The smell of sizzling grease hangs heavily in the air. A tired and grumpy woman behind the counter flips the burgers ordered by a table of college students. An elderly woman plays solitaire on the small touch-screen video game system at the end…

Ray’s Monkey House

After sitting and relaxing in Ray’s Monkey House, patrons might feel a strong urge to kick off their shoes and sprawl themselves on one of the couches. Maybe it’s the stacks of books on the corner shelves, or maybe it’s the vintage-style sofas, but there’s something about…

Highland Coffee Company

‘Keeping Louisville wired’ is Highland Coffee Company’s unique spin on the often-used motto, ‘keep Louisville weird,’ encouraging the Louisville population to embrace local businesses. Highland Coffee feels much like a hometown restaurant, with the tables and…

Grubbing on game day

For six Saturdays every fall, Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium is where many University of Louisville football fans spend their time, cheering on their favorite team. Each home football game is, of course, preceded by the student version of a pre-game warm…