Why do some roads have them and some don’t? Who decides?
Part of the Gene Snyder seems downright European.
Real cardinals don’t… but Louie does.
The call to the post at Churchill Downs is an iconic sound, but how did it become part of the track’s culture? And why so many hats at Derby?
A look at how people get ready for one of the biggest weekends on the Kentucky calendar.
How do people actually get to Louisville for the Derby? Curious Louisville set out to figure out how many planes fly into town for the event.
He was an 11th-century Persian poet. Why here?
They never lived here, so why do they have a monument in Cave Hill Cemetery?
Is it art? Is it vandalism? Either way, it’s part of your commute.
Because the food is delicious! (But there’s more to the story.)
In a city of neighborhoods, this one was once nameless.
Did The Champ really toss his medal into the river?
It’s been gone since 1998, but not entirely forgotten. Especially not by at least one Curious Louisville listener.
Allan Steinberg wanted to know… so we found out.
This dog run quirk was once part of a major feat of engineering.