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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.16 129 RESIDENCE IN LOOK QUIZ "Radome," photograph by Tim Furnish "He must have gotten inside of it," Denise Furnish says of how her son, Tim, captured this photograph of a mil- dew-colored geodesic dome that once existed on the side of a road on the way to Brandenburg, Kentucky. A guided tour of her home near Seneca Gardens reveals paintings, pottery and even a chainsawed sculpture. But she says she's especially fond of her son's photograph be- cause in some ways it resembles her own artwork. "It's very quilt-like," says Denise, who has been dyeing and painting discarded handmade quilts since the 1980s. More than 20 years ago, Tim gave "Radome" to his moth- er as a gift. "It must have been for Christmas," she says. It now hangs in the kitchen, where she can "see it every day." — Katie Molck We asked rockers Wax Fang to take a disposable camera on the road earlier this year. "That's me hiding behind some balloons at a late-night birthday party in the Highlands after driving back from a show we played in Indianapolis in February," frontman Scott Carney says. Sunday through Friday, Last Call Productions runs trivia events at Louisville restaurants and bars (Commonwealth Tap, the Hub, Mellow Mushroom, etc.). Think you've got what it takes? Here's a sampling of Louisville and Kentucky questions you just might hear again come trivia night. Complete the analogy: Frankfort is to Louisville as Montgomery is to…? What favorite son's gravesite can be found by following the yellow line at Cave Hill Cemetery? Presented by Louisville Slugger, what is the offensive equivalent to baseball's Gold Glove? What was Muhammad Ali's alliterative hometown nickname? Who won the 2016 Kentucky Derby? (Our continued post-American Pharoah haze really forced us to think on this one! — Ed.) What popular 1950s singer founded a music festival in her hometown of Maysville and performed at it every year until her death in 2002? With its roots in both Aesop and the New Testament, what six-word statement of solidarity is on Kentucky's state seal? Along with Louisville, name the five other most populous U.S. cities that contain the suffix "ville." Answers: 1. Birmingham, Alabama (state capitals and the state's largest city). 2. Colonel Sanders. 3. Silver Slugger. 4. Louisville Lip. 5. Nyquist. 6. Rose- mary Clooney. 7. "United we stand, divided we fall." 8. Fayetteville, North Carolina; Huntsville, Alabama; Jacksonville, Florida; and Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee.

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