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Declan Lowthian

City Editor, LOUtoday

Declan is based in Louisville, Kentucky, the sixth state they’ve lived in. They come from a background in pop culture journalism and outside of work they can be found biking all over town, frequently from used bookstore to used bookstore.

Waterfront Park now spans 85 acres, but it wasn’t always green space and walking trails.
Don’t flip over these LOU burger deals
The Speed Art Museum’s latest exhibit highlights a pioneering Louisville artist’s 40+ year career.
A new LOU spot for coffee, breakfast, and drinks.
How the first Black-run public library in the nation came to be and lives on
Dig into delicious and meat-free fare all over Derby City.
You can win cat-tastic prizes while helping a nationally-recognized animal organization.
Louisville’s newest brewery is officially open
Forget a room with a view — we want a house with a pool.
This Father’s Day weekend, take dad out to the ballgame as it was meant to be played.
A new historical marker in Old Louisville honors the early days of LGBTQ+ liberation in the commonwealth.
Derby City has been featured on Guy Fieri’s hit show multiple times, but there’s still a lot left to see — and eat.
The South Central Regional Library’s paid artist in residence program puts the public in touch with artists through free workshops and classes.
The American frontiersman Daniel Boone looms large in Kentucky history, just as his statue looms large at the entrance to Cherokee Park.
The (Un)Known Project will hold a dedication and unveiling of “In Our Elder’s Footprints” on Saturday, June 8.
The pink Parkland house where The Greatest was a boy is on the market.
Louisvillians up to 21 can get free access to over 70 cultural institutions this summer.
The South Louisville plot is left over from the time LRAA helped move an entire town.
The 2024-2025 mayoral budget is in deliberation — now’s your chance to make your voice heard.
We’re highlighting the top parks that Louisville has to offer — complete with splash pads, playgrounds, walking trails, and dog-friendly spaces.
The nonprofit has been offering relief to Louisvillians experiencing homelessness for almost 70 years.
Up-and-coming businesses can apply to the Vogt Award to get a boost.
Why should the kids get to have all the fun?
This week, Louisville is honoring the Public Works Department that keeps the city clean and moving.
One of Louisville’s historic buildings is getting a new lease on life.
After last year’s Metro Government-led Preston Corridor Plan, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is beginning its own study on improvements to Preston Highway.
The funds will help further improvements + plan for the long-term future of the forest.