You know the food is good when all you see is finger-licking and empty plates.
Even before the light comes on and the first doughnuts come out of the oven, the promise of hot fresh cinnamon rolls and glazy goodness draws customers to Nord's Old Fashioned Bakery in Saint Joseph every day.
Once a mining operation, Mega Cavern is a man-made cave where thousands of visitors come year round to explore Louisville's deep dark secrets, including 17 miles of roadway.
In 1938, FDR was president, Seabiscuit was the "American Horse of the Year," and a Louisville institution was born.
If you've ever been to Louisville Slugger Field or walked through downtown Louisville, chances are you've seen Elizabeth Kizito.
If you're looking to soak up a little culture, you don't have to go all the way to New York or Great White Way.
People come from miles around for the food and fellowship at 1894 Lodge.
The Back Door is the kind of place where locals go to unwind, catch up with old friends or make new ones.
What makes Kentuckiana unique? Is it the food? What about people or places? Each Thursday on WDRB News at 11 p.m., we'll take a look at the people, places and things that make Kentuckiana special in a new weekly series, “Living Local.”