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Jeff Milby

City Editor

Jeff is based in Louisville, Kentucky and previously worked in radio, print, and television newsrooms. A fan of craft beer, he and his friends are regulars at his neighborhood brewery’s trivia night.

The First Annual Butcher Block Party is set for Saturday, June 29.
He’s the Ken Burns of Louisville.
Louisville’s tourism industry draws in more dollars than any other city in Kentucky — not to brag.
Dear old dad deserves it.
Two Old Louisville classics — Dizzy Whizz and Ollie’s Trolley — go head-to-head.
The store for outdoor enthusiasts will open in the fall of 2024.
Construction will go block-by-block through fall 2025.
Grab the handlebars for a ride down 4th Street.
It’s all in the family.
The forest is a nonagenarian.
We’ve got some sweet news to share.
Founder’s Square is about to be a lot more green.
There’s a whole lot of Louisvillians up there.
It’s located outside of the Louisville Ballet headquarters.
This street project is for birds Cards.
Louisvillians will will be able to log on outdoors.
The historic home in Old Louisville is currently on the market.
Sometimes you just need to get out of the house.
“This is the Ohio” will air throughout the month on KET.
How well do you know the Run for the Roses?
Mayor Craig Greenberg’s plan totals $1.1 billion.
These magnificent homes make you feel like royalty.
The octagenarian venue is still going strong.
Part of the Epping District, the theater is hidden beneath a modern space.
The development will surround the Yew Dell castle, transforming the area into a new attraction.
Fehr’s, Oertel’s, and Falls City dominated the Louisville beer scene back in the day.
The eighth annual festival is set for July 26-27 at Jones Field in southeastern Jefferson County.
It’s not just the Lincoln statue at Waterfront Park.