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JUL 2019

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100 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.19 BOARD BACK Some, um, "Bests" from Wax Fang frontman Scott Carney and musician Howell Dawdy. Scott Carney: "The Ohio River is the best place to swim and contract a bacterial infection." Howell Dawdy: "Thanks to the mighty Ohio for providing the juice that keeps our municipal paddlewheel spinning. The river gives us our food and our water, we are born in its tributaries and we all hope to be set ablaze and floated down it when we pass on. Whenever I'm feeling 'down in the dumps,' I like to park my car on River Road under the Belvedere and stare at the public elevators. Do those go down to the bottom of the river? That'd be wild. Anyway, I love anyplace along the waterfront." SC: "Mercury Ballroom is the best place to pay too much for a domestic beer and have a poor view of the concert you paid too much to attend." HD: "Pizza Lupo is nice and chill and their food is made either with love or with an artificial love that is indistinguishable from the real thing." SC: "Breckenridge Lane at Dutchmans Lane is the best intersection to avoid at all costs." SC: "The Seelbach Hotel is the best place to take a shit." HD: "Folks, just because they tore down Barbara Lee's Kitchen doesn't mean you can't plop a folding chair on the concrete slab and eat a handful of scrambled eggs at 4:30 a.m. Great location and the bathroom is honestly a little bit better." HD: "Folks, just because they tore down Phoenix Hill Tavern doesn't mean you can't bring a fake plant and a pitcher of Long Island iced tea over to the corner of Baxter Avenue and Broadway for a little outdoor karaoke. Oh, sorry, is it not 'zoned' for that? Was there a meeting?"

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