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AUG 2016

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.16 15 LIBA Partner Pages A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird.com/directory Kentucky Science Center 727 W. Main St., (502) 561-6100, kysciencecenter.org The Kentucky Science Center features over 120 interactive exhibits and a four-story Theatre. Visit our gift shop, where purchases support our educational programs. Danny Mac's Pizza 1860 Mellwood Ave. #112 & 1567 S. Shelby St., (502) 635-7994 & (502) 890-6331, dannymacspizza.com "It's Crazy!" Danny Mac's Pizza's newest location is at the Mellwood Art Center on the courtyard behind the Antique Mall. Known for our great pizza and soon to be world known for our cheese steak! Louisville Story Program 851 S. 4th St., (502) 583-3386, louisvillestoryprogram.org The Louisville Story Program helps historically underrepresented Louisville residents tell their stories by providing extensive workshops, editorial/production support and publicity for their work. Louisville Upcycle (502) 210-8290, etsy.com/louisvilleupcycle I create several different items from re-claimed wood. I am known for my beer and wine carriers. My handles are made with tree branches. I also make tables, carving boards and candle holders. Advanced Payroll Systems 13405 Eastpoint Centre Dr. Ste. 100, (502) 266-0000, advancedpayroll.com APS specializes in providing full-service payroll, time & attendance, human resources and benefits administration services, simplifying your role as the employer. APS, Always Personalized Service. Louisville Brewfest Friday, September 23, 4pm-10pm Louisville Slugger Field, 401 E. Main St. Being weird is a fun concept. But it represents a major impact. And by being weird, we mean breaking out of national clone shopping and doing your Louisville thing. LIBA has always made it a priority to run a positive campaign — to emphasize the benefits of buying local, versus the negatives of not. That's why we like weird. It's not about feeling bad when you don't shop local, but feeling good when you do, and making a conscious effort to start shifting your habits. We know you can't buy local 100% of the time, but you can start by thinking of a 10% shift. If everyone did that, we'd retain an additional $416 million in the regional economy every year. So be proud of your weird self and your weird city. Show your friends and neighbors how you keep Louisville weird by making a 10% shift in your buying habits. Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com Beer is a magical thing, especially when it's all independent. The Brewfest features all independent, all local and regional beer, wine and bourbon, as well as food. A silent auction and the BREWSEUM (presenting the history of Louisville craft beer), plus 6,000 of your favorite friends makes for a special event. www. keeplouisvilleweird.com for more info.!

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