Results tagged with 'Urban spelunking'
Published April 8, 2020
The West Bend Theatre opened in the wake of a stock market crash in 1929 and survived. The now-renovated and restored venue celebrated its grand reopening a few weeks ago and was shuttered by the coronavirus social distancing that very same night.
Published March 24, 2020
Here are 10 places you can visit with me virtually, by clicking the links, where you'll find not only history, but tons of videos and sometimes video inside a variety of interesting places I've visited ...
Published March 6, 2020
Some things just seem like they'll be around forever. Joe Ley Antiques, located in an 1890 schoolhouse at 615 E. Market St., in the Nulu section of Louisville, is one of them. But times are changing, and so is this city retail landmark.
Published March 3, 2020
Even if you'd never visited one of Enlightened Brewing's previous spaces - not far from its current home at 2020 S. Allis St. in Bay View - you'd be right to think the new place is pretty expansive, with its roughly 14,000 square feet.
Published Feb. 25, 2020
I admit that I've had a love affair with the former Emanuel L. Philipp School, 4310 N. 16th St., since I first stepped inside it six years ago. In fact, I was charmed before I even crossed the threshold, in part by the representations of fauna that adorn the entrance.
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