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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.

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.
The series kicks off Thursday, April 11.
Take nature hikes, learn how to identify tree species, and take home a free sapling to plant in your yard on Saturday, April 13.
Sample food, beer, and cocktails from 14+ Germantown area restaurants, breweries, and bars at Eat. Drink. Germantown.
No matter how you say it, there are more ways than one to refer to Louisville.
The 3rd annual event will feature over 100 vendors and 30 free seminars.
A little green can go a long way.
We’ve got some practical pranks for LOU’s practical jokers.
Sip over 200 specialty beers at this annual event.
Bike lanes + two-way traffic are on the way.
From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 27 gyms and fitness offerings around Louisville.
From the Kentucky Derby Festival, to live music, Derby City blossoms this time of year.
Old Louisville LIVE returns this year, with three different performances.
Plus, have you heard of Louisville’s “Chicken Steps”?
It’s a truly goated event.
Hundreds of banners now line downtown Louisville’s streets.
You can feel the luck of the Irish at any of these Derby City establishments.
Phalcha Coffee opened in Germantown earlier this month
Whiskey Row Walking Tours are back for a second year
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 24 golf courses in Louisville are sure to make for a good round.
Progress Park is open for the season.
Jack Harlow isn’t the only artist with Derby City on their mind.
Harlow will headline the new two-day festival, which will take place Memorial Day weekend.
The only question is, will you salt the rim or not?
There’s going to be a rooftop bar? Say less.
You can help kick off the “Reimagine 9th Street” Project this week.
Now you can get excited all over again.
Let it out, LOU.