Louisville Magazine

AUG 2018

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.18 19 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 Kentuckiana Blues Society 593-7824, kbsblues.org The Kentuckiana Blues Society, founded in 1988 and based in Louisville, Kentucky, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and perpetuation of the blues tradition in all of its forms. The Bard's Town 1801 Bardstown Rd., 749-5275, thebardstown.com Artistically delicious made-from-scratch food, cocktails, and live performances (theatre, comedy, and music). One Southern Indiana 4100 Charlestown Road, ( 812 ) 206-9026, 1si.org One Southern Indiana is the state-recognized lead economic development organization and chamber of commerce for Floyd and Clark counties, Ind., located on the banks of the Ohio River, directly across from downtown Louisville. Belle & Rose Natural Skin Care 11404 Whitney Hill Rd., 930-2290, belleandrosenaturals.com Belle & Rose Naturals is a small line of skin care products hand- blended in Louisville, Kentucky. All products are made using only 100% natural ingredients to give you great skin, naturally. Hubbuch & Co. 324 W. Main Street, 583-2713, hubbuch.com Founded in 1933, we are an architecture & interior design firm that emphasizes taste and individuality. We are capable of handling all phases of a project from conceptualization to installation. We are happy to report that the Supreme Court ruled in favor of states being able to collect sales tax for online purchases. The previous ruling took place many years ago during the age of catalog mail order, before the advent of online shopping, so this is a welcome update. Our Louisville brick and mortar stores have been at a 6% disadvantage from the get-go because they, without exception, pay sales tax. While some mega online retailers had finally started collecting the tax online, many had not. We do still hope that small online retailers will not be required to comply, as there is a much different level of burden and revenue involved. This is not a new tax (citizens were asked to pay it annually when they filed their taxes, but realistically no one did), and the revenue will be a much needed help to Kentucky. Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com Saturday, July 28, 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Iroquois Park (near the Amphitheater) Stay for the Burnt Knob local music festival at the Amphitheater! We're keeping South Louisville weird with this fair that will feature local food and beer, booths from local businesses, musicians, artist and craftspeople, and community organizations with South Louisville ties. Mark your calendars and bring the family! Keeplouisvilleweird.com/southpoints Join the Weekender and get info delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now at Louisville.com/weekender Are you a LIBA Member? Take advantage of the Louisville Magazine/LIBA partnership and your ad could be here! For more info, call 625-0100 x 32 or email advertising@loumag.com the best read on the city SUBSCRIBE $22/year call 502.625.0100 JULY 2018 $4.70

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