Louisville Magazine

JUN 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 6.19 15 THIS IS AN AD A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird.com/directory. Magnolia Photo Booth Company 709 E. Market Street, 930-0043, magbooth.com We are a team of phozto booth specialists that look forward to making your event memorable and fun. We believe in good photos, good people and firm handshakes. Sister Beans Coee House 5225 New Cut Road, 364-0082, sisterbeans.org In addition to co€ee, Sister Bean's also serves wraps, cakes, pastries, smoothies, and now Louisville Cream ice cream. ice teas, hot teas and iced co€ees are also available. Free Wi-Fi! Dixie Area Business Association 315-5360, dixieaba.com The Dixie Area Business Association supports the growth of existing businesses and assists new businesses or individuals seeking to relocate along the Dixie Corridor. General Eccentric 1600 Bardstown Road, 458-8111, geneccentric.com A fun, friendly, a€ordable boutique. In the Highlands since April 2000. Receiving new shipments of the latest women's clothing and accessories weekly. Town & Country Bank and Trust Co. 348-3911, mytcbt.com Town & Country Bank and Trust Co. is a full-service Bank and Trust headquartered in Bardstown, Kentucky. Our trust department is headquartered in downtown Louisville and provides a wide range of financial planning services and commercial lending. Wed., June 19, noon-2 p.m. Mattie's Kitchen 1508 W. Kentucky St. RSVP: KeepLouisvilleWeird.com/ WestOnWednesday This event series will shine a spotlight on great local and independent restaurants in west Louisville. Each event is an opportunity for our community to collectively support west Louisville entrepreneurs and strengthen the local economy by keeping our dollars circulating locally. Springtime in Louisville – a time to wax rhapsodic about the joy of having all four seasons. This is something that many residents love about our fair city, the fact that we experience spring, summer, winter AND fall. This is also one of those things about our city that will not change. (Although many allergy su€erers might wish it would.) Just like our seasonal changes, our local businesses are often cited as a huge reason for loving Louisville. But unlike the seasons, they are not quite so guaranteed. (And technically, neither are the seasons, but that's a whole separate article.) Our local businesses help define our sense of place, but they require more than air and sunshine to thrive. Think about your favorite businesses and be sure to visit them this spring, ready to spend some dollars. After all, more of it will stay right here in the 'Ville if you spend it with a local! Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com Luxurious Kitchens | Expert Craftsmanship | Genuine Customer Service DesignerBuildersKY.com

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