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City Info, News:



  • Greater Louisville Inc.   The Metro Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Community Resource Network The CRN is dedicated to identifying, classifying and distributing information on human services and providers in the Metropolitan Louisville Area. This extensive health and human services database of over 2,200 programs offered by 700 service providers is the most comprehensive listing of its kind ever available in this region
  • Community Resource Network's Job Center! For the necessary resource tools for a successful job search, from CRN.  Currently has information on over 300 local employer's open positions, education and training, resume writing and interviewing tips, as well as other employment resource information. 
  • Sister Cities of Louisville, Inc.  Information about Louisville's sister cities:  Montpellier, France, Quito, Ecuador,  Mainz, Germany,  Tamale, Ghana,  La Plata, Argentina,  Perm, Russia and Shantou, China, as well as information on the Sister Cities organization, activities and events.



  • Career Barn Job postings for the Louisville area only. serving the employer and the future employee,
  • HelloLouisville.com Info and links from all around Louisville, shopping, and one of the largest sources for Louisville job opportunities on the Internet.


Links Directories:


History  and Genealogy:



  • Work and Life of William J. Dodd Much of Dodd's Louisville oeuvre will be featured on the site as it is developed.  The expanding site includes an annotated bibliography and resource list. 




Our Libraries page contains links and information on Louisville's major libraries, as well as contact information and hours.


Louisville Attractions

(Also be sure to check our museums page)


  • Louisville HotBytes The comprehensive listing of Louisville restaurants with ratings and unbiased reviews. You'll find information on the city's full dining scene by former Old Louisvillian and beloved CJ&T food and wine critic, Robin Garr.
  • LouisvilleDiner.com Your Resource forrestaurant menus and information on Louisville's best restaurants
  • The Courier-Journal's Louisville Scene for what's doing around Louisville: Dining and entertainment, the arts, features and much more




Louisville and Kentucky Gifts.

  • Aunt Happy's Happy Balls made by the Old Louisville Candy Company and housed in a 3rd Street mansion are without doubt the best bourbon balls made on this planet.  We're not just saying that because we love Old Louisville.  We're saying that because it's the honest to God truth.
  • Louisville and Kentucky are known for fine horses.   For the ultimate gift idea, consider purchasing your next Kentucky thoroughbred on-line at HorseSales, Inc., located right here in Louisville!  Not only can you buy your next Kentucky Derby Winner, the site is full of valuable horse information with links to dozens of other horse-related sites!
  • Rebecca-Ruth Candy Factory tells the story of Ruth Hanly Booe (1891-1973) co-founder of Rebecca-Ruth Candy Factory.  She started her business in 1919, one year before women got the right to vote in public elections.  The story provides a role model that evokes both inspiration and empowerment for women.  Ruth also originated Kentucky Bourbon Chocolates.  This is history you can taste - the aroma of chocolate and the unique history of this tour will have the kids in the car ready to get to the Kentucky area without a delay.
    Factory Tours, just 45 minutes from Louisville in Frankfort. On-line ordering.
  • A Taste of Kentucky offers "Unique gifts from the Un-Commonwealth of Kentucky," and they ship world wide.  Find gourmet Kentucky treats, Derby items, jewelry, cigars and sports items.  If you collect Derby Glasses, check out  Derbyglass.com.
  • DerbyBox.com  The DerbyBox.com focus is primarily on the Kentucky Derby and historic Churchill Downs, with information, Derby packages and merchandise.  The goal is to allow people from everywhere to enjoy the rich heritage of Churchill Downs and Old Louisville.
  • The Kentucky Derby Store (official site of Churchill Downs)
  • For more and Kentucky and Derby gift ideas, Abby Glen Designs offers handcrafted gold, silver, and beaded jewelry with that Kentucky flair.
  • and, of course, there's Louisville's famous stoneware and pottery manufacturers,  Louisville Stoneware and Hadley Pottery (Mary Alice Hadley was once a resident of Old Louisville's St. James Court).



  • Kentuckiana Singles Online Personal Ads For People in Kentuckiana, The Greater Metropolitan Area Of Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana


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