Louisville Magazine

MAY 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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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 5.19 17 A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird.com/directory Louisville Silent Disco 933 Clarks Lane, 865-680-9227, louisvillesilentdisco.com Louisville Silent Disco provides silent disco equipment to individuals and businesses in the KY area. Our headphones provide you with three channels of music at one time. Anyone can host a silent disco anytime, anywhere. Call us for your next party! The Post 1045 Goss Ave., 635-2020, thepostlouisville.com Pizza. Beer. Victory. Access Ventures 1155 S. Shelby St., 410-5875, accessventures.org The Growth Loan is a non-collateralized, non-credit based small business loan of up to $35,000. To find out more, please visit www.growthloan.org. Jewelry Repair Professionals 9617 Whipps Mill Rd., 384-4814, jewelryrepairpros.com Serving the jewelry industry since 1978 with bench & retail experience. We are a family owned jewelry & repair store. We offer new jewelry & all your repair needs. Authorized Bulova & Caravelle dealer. M2-Maximum Media 1113 Lake Bluff Circle, 262-8580, m2-maximummedia.com M2 is a boutique public relations agency specializing in media relations, event planning, and social media services. M2's clients have the advantage of working with two professionals with more than forty years of experience in the industry. Sunday, May 19, noon-6 p.m. Louisville Water Tower Park Our biggest event of the year features a marketplace of more than 180 booths from local businesses, musicians, artist and craftspeople, chefs, community organizations, and farmers. The event will also include live music, craft beer, bourbon, brandy and wine, food trucks, cooking competition, a kidpreneur marketplace, silent auction, and kids fun area. Craftsmanship has become harder to find as our modern world evolves into more and more disposable, "cheap at all costs" goods. We have developed a tendency to value price over quality. However, many of us find we are overwhelmed with our stuff – it's everywhere! And much of it isn't built to last. We could make the argument (as Marie Kondo posits in "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up") that we would be happier with fewer, higher quality items that have great significance to us, rather than a deluge of common, throw away items. So if you're looking for the types of products that are built to last, that have significance because they are crafted by the hands of your fellow Louisvillians, and are as unique as your own distinctive self, check out the Buy Local Fair. We feature many local craftspeople who take great pride in their handiwork. (Fair details to the right.) Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com THIS IS AN AD Kelli McAllister & Tim Richardson (502) 649-1916 Facebook @ PureKarma Soaps Order products at: purekarmasoaps@hotmail.com PureKarma Soaps "Love yourself, love your skin."

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