Louisville Magazine

JAN 2019

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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kyselectproperties.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 1.19 11 Illustration by Shae Goodlett designer, but I really don't even know how to sew on a button. I dream of creating my own designs and bringing them to life in a new Louisville Fashion District, but for now I'd settle on being able to make my daughter a mermaid costume. Mandy Wood Advertising account executive Coding. If I could code I could take over the world, I'm almost certain. Maya O. McKenzie Editorial intern I've always wanted to learn Spanish because it is one of the most-spoken languages in the U.S. Dahlen Mitzalis Editorial intern My musical career ended with one too many inadvertent swallows of slide oil as a grade- school trombonist. Now I wish I'd picked up the guitar. I wouldn't have to be Jimi Hendrix, just an under-the-radar genius like Richard Thompson. I already sing like Bob Dylan, so I have that covered. Bruce Allar Contributing writer I never learned an instrument. I think I've tried and quit roughly five different times over the years. But now, after living with a jazz-proficient partner for a couple years, I'm starting to think about picking up guitar (again). This time, I'm going to see it through and actually learn, instead of just memorizing the chords to pop-punk songs. Probably. Alexandra Winters Assistant web editor To play Dylan's "Desolation Row" on the harmonica. Matthew Barzun Publisher Always wanted to learn how to play the piano. Brooke Wyrosdick Operations assistant I started to write "Playing the piano," then, instead, remembered that I need a better memory. I have a friend, Robin, and one day I couldn't remember her name even though I've known her for a decade. I think she was offended because she wouldn't tell me. I kept saying, "I know it's a bird." There are many people in my life I would like to call by name. Suki Anderson Art director Does getting up the first time your alarm goes off in the morning count as a skill? If so, I'd like to learn it. Katie Molck Contributing writer

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