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 59 Brewgrass Homebrew Supply 2227 S. Preston St. Good for: Putting the craft in craft beer. Get: A seasonal staff recipe kit, such as the High Horse IPA, with the kind of hop varieties that beer nerds salivate over. Brilliant Bumble Bee 426 Spring St., Jeffersonville Good for: An alternative to tablet games. Get: Plastic-free toys, such as non-toxic finger paint and a wooden mechanical 20-minute timer, ready for assembly. Chuck & Mike's Tennis Shop 1321 Herr Lane, Suite 170 Good for: A tennis racket… Get: …strung just how you like it in-store. Clayton & Crume 217 S. Shelby St. Good for: Louisville-made leather goods. Get: Tech accessories, such as cord snaps and Apple Watch bands, plus custom items in colors and styles not found in the online shop. Color Palette 11701 Main St., Middletown Good for: Colorful pottery (the more intricate, the more expensive) imported from a town in Poland called Bolesławiec. Get: Start small with a travel mug. Craft(s) Gallery and Mercantile 572 S. Fourth St. Good for: Timeless Kentucky. Get: Works from Berea artists, such as earrings by metal-and-wire etcher Mary F. Burnley. DeGeorge Bros. Guitars 2910 Frankfort Ave. Good for: Hard-to-find vintage and limited-edition strings. "We call it the small-batch-bourbon model," owner Dan DeGeorge says. Get: A Reverend Silver Sparkle guitar. Fresh Start Growers' Supply 1007 E. Jefferson St. Good for: Urban-farming ingredients. Get: Fragrant raised beds made of cedar straight from the warehouse-sized shop, plus chicken coops, compost bags, rain barrels and more. And a few impassioned rooster crows. Goldheart: Stones and Such 980 Barret Ave. Good for: Self-actualization. Get: Flower agate, a rust-colored stone that, according to its handwritten description, "encourages self-growth; can aid as a protector from your own fears and self-doubt; aids in manifesting and nurturing your dreams; great stone for those who are starting new journeys in life." Graymarket 810 E. Market St. Good for: Standout patterned textiles (bandanas, quilts, scarves, etc.). Get: Light summer scarves you'll want to wear all year, sold at a discount if you buy them in person at the shop. Grinny Possum Fiber Arts 201 E. Market St., New Albany Good for: Supplies to knit your own Louisville City FC scarf to take to the supporter zone. Get: A cozy Merino and alpaca blend — and stick around for the knitting and conversation. Heroes Comics & Gaming 361 Baxter Ave. Good for: Indulging your nerdy-ness by flipping through shelves stuffed with comics (or using the restroom, which looks like the TARDIS from Doctor Who). Get: Dice the kids from Stranger Things would love. Him Gentleman's Boutique 2352 Frankfort Ave. 314 Pearl St., New Albany Good for: Refreshing your closet after being inspired by Queer Eye. Get: That button-up you're now French- tucking. Home Skateshop 1553 Bardstown Road Good for: A new board before hitting up Breslin Park Skate Spot. Get: The Derby edition skate deck, in collaboration with the Often Seen Rarely Spoken art collective, with a monocle- wearing knight chess piece as the horse. Honest Home 133 Breckenridge Lane Good for: Sustainable and unconventional materials for your remodel — no exhausting trips to the Depot required. Get: Cork flooring and quartz countertops. Hound Dog Press 1000 Barret Ave. Good for: Making Gutenberg great again. Get: A dramatic, retro-looking print illustration of the Big Four Bridge, one of many collection-worthy pieces on Kentucky landmarks.

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