NLouisville, Kentucky

discoveringlouisville:

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*This year, I’m helping my husband, aka Happiness Bastard, run his booth at the $20 Art Show. I’m very excited. We’ll be selling monsters galore, there will be a mystery box of goodies, and we will be surrounded by some of the best artists in Louisville. Come one, come all!

A taste of the…

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  1PM, Dec 14 2012
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discoveringlouisville:

According to CNN’s Year in Review, Louisville is the new Portland! “With Lonely Planet’s Top 10 U.S. Destinations for 2013, innovative cuisine and drink, hopping art scenes and spectacular nature are available — all without a passport. They include emerging destinations, locations that have something special for 2013 and longtime favorites with something new to offer visitors” (Katia Hetter, CNN).

(Source: discoveringcharleston)

  10AM, Dec 7 2012
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fuckyeahlouisville:

We love this.

fuckyeahlouisville:

We love this.

  10AM, Dec 5 2012
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(via Owensboro Picture of the Day: Smother’s Park)
  10AM, Nov 29 2012
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The LEGO KidsFest is coming to Kentucky Exposition Center on the second stop of its 2013 tour, scheduling five sessions in Louisville April 5-7.

  7PM, Nov 2 2012
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fuckyeahlouisville:

divinemachine:

This Sunday, October 14th, a portion of Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue (the “hip” part of town for those that don’t live here or get out much) will be closed for a few hours (legally) to all forms of motorized transport. Bring your bike, your skateboard, your rollerblades or skates, walkin’ shoes, unicycle, or whatever and enjoy the shops, eateries, and people watching of the Highlands like never before!  WE CAN ALL PLAY IN THE STREETS!  

this looks fantastic!

fuckyeahlouisville:

divinemachine:

This Sunday, October 14th, a portion of Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue (the “hip” part of town for those that don’t live here or get out much) will be closed for a few hours (legally) to all forms of motorized transport. 

Bring your bike, your skateboard, your rollerblades or skates, walkin’ shoes, unicycle, or whatever and enjoy the shops, eateries, and people watching of the Highlands like never before!  

WE CAN ALL PLAY IN THE STREETS!  

this looks fantastic!

  10AM, Oct 10 2012
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occupylouisville:

Occupy Louisville is taking  BACK TO THE STREETS to mark the only 2012 Vice-Presidential Debate (being held in Kentucky) whose Republican participant, Paul Ryan, is the “austerity dean” with an ANTI-Austerity Rally and March !

With at least 23 million people UNEMPLOYED (Romney’s number), we DON’T need austerity, but we DO need JOBS!

When:    5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 11, 2012

Where:   RALLY outside the Federal Courthouse at

                                    6th/Broadway, then

                MARCH up 6th St. to the Metro Council building at

                                    6th/Jefferson,   then

                 ENTER Metro Council chambers with 8.5 x 11”

                                    ANTI-austerity signs.

 

SEND A VITAL MESSAGE TO LEGISLATORS BOTH NATIONAL AND LOCAL !

For further information:  Gail Helinger (635-5600) or Ike Thacker (384-3875).

  7PM, Oct 8 2012
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The ranking was calculated by comparing the pollen count, the amount of allergy medication taken by inhabitants of the various cities, and the number of board-certified allergists in the area. This year, Louisville jumped five places from their 6th place ranking last year thanks to our worse than average pollen count and medicine use.

  10AM, Oct 1 2012
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Louisville’s young adults have become better educated in the past decade, and more of the city’s workforce is in better-paying professional and technical jobs, according to a report released Tuesday.

But the report’s findings were tempered by a dose of reality — wage growth in the 13-county Louisville area is among the weakest of more than a dozen similar metro areas.

  6PM, Sep 27 2012
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