Louisville is My City.
The first place I take a visitor from out of town is Churchill Downs.
If I want to wander through an art museum at midnight, I go to the 21C Museum Hotel Art Gallery.
For complete quiet, I can hide away in Cherokee Park.
If you come to my city, get your picture taken with Colonel Sanders's grave.
Ear X-Tacy is my one-stop shop for great CDs.
When I'm feeling cash-strapped, I go to Book and Music Exchange.
For a huge splurge, I go to the English Grill at the Brown Hotel.
If my city were a celebrity, it would be Johnny Depp: brilliant, but a little weird.
The most random thing about my city is that 90% of the disco balls in the U.S. are made in Louisville.
In my city, an active day outdoors involves running, swimming, and biking the Ironman Louisvile triathlon or running the Kentucky Derby Festival miniMarathon.
My city's best museum is the Speed Art Museum.
My favorite jogging/walking route is the Cherokee Park pedestrian loop.
Spinelli's Pizzeria is the spot for late-night eats.
To find out what's going on at night and on the weekends, check out the About.com Louisville Event Calendar.
You can tell a lot about my city from the Louisville Independent Business Alliance "Keep Louisville Weird" campaign.
In the spring, you should go to the Kentucky Derby.
In the summer, you should catch a free concert .
In the fall, you should do the First Friday Trolley Hop.
In the winter, you should head up to Paoli Peaks for skiing.
A hidden gem in my city is La Rosita Mexican Restaurant in New Albany.
For a great breakfast joint, try Lynn's Paradise Café.
Don't miss the Kentucky Derby Festival in April.
Just outside my city, you can visit Corydon: Indiana's first capitol.
The best way to see my city is from the top of Iroquois Park.
When I think about my city, the song that comes to mind is the Happy Birthday song.
If you have kids, you won't want to miss the Louisville Zoo.