Louisville Magazine

JUL 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 7.19 23 "In the last 10 years, New Albany has really boomed. I love the Saturday farmers' market. There can be snow on the ground and people still come out. I think it rivals some of Louisville's neighborhoods for sure." — Roza Segoviano, owner of La Catrina "Weightless Float Center is my favorite place to have a spa day. Love the infrared sauna and the float tanks to help reset from the overstimulation of day- to-day life." — Gabriella Gaona, co-owner of the Inner Warrior yoga studio "I've been lifting weights and taking supplements for 30 years. The staff at Next Level Sports Nutrition asks 'What's the goal?' and matches individual needs." — Bland Matthews, founder of BerserkerBrew coffee "Best place to buy a Derby tie: Peake Ties (online and pop-up locations)." — Mike Berry, retiring Kentucky Derby Festival CEO "There's a reason attendance at U of L women's basketball games ranks in the top five nationally." — Jessica George, executive director of Revolutions Per Minute "I love Mr. Gatti's because I get to eat cheese pizza and play all the fun games. My family loves it too!" — Atonia Parks, 2018 Super Kid from King Elementary "South Louisville Antique & Toy Mall. I'm always on the lookout for vintage battery-powered tin robots and '60s-era HO scale slot cars. I once found a childhood favorite of mine: a 1960s battery-powered metallic-red VW Beetle with functioning headlights. Added bonus: Next door is Bullitt Speedway, an awesome slot car track!" — Scott Scarboro, artist "My family lives pretty close to Slugger Field and we always walk to Louisville City FC games. We normally take a few laps around the stadium and let our kid go wild in the playground area while I enjoy my Against the Grain beer and fried double bologna sandwich. The fans chanting during the entire game elevate the whole experience and keep the energy alive." — Adal Castellon Jr., owner of Spanish Fly Barbershop "A weekly stroll through the Middletown Peddlers Mall. The familiar, comforting smell of musty furniture, the hidden riches uncovered by digging through an oversized basket, the mystery within every booth. If I HAD to pick my all- time-favorite find, it would be the vintage Yves Saint Laurent platform shoes that magically were in a size seven." — reader Taylor Logsdon "Louisville has those cool manhole covers that feature the city name. I collect them, and so do people around the world. It's a nice photo op for your travels. Some feature things the city is known for." — reader Gary Baker "At Nail Therapy Studio in St. Matthews, you can get gel polish, dip polish, natural polish — but no acrylic, which means the shop always smells fresh and clean." — reader Leslie Donhoff "One of my favorite things to do is to pass time wandering through a maze of old house parts and antiquities. I have traveled all over the states in search of salvage yards, and I believe Architectural Salvage on Broadway is one of the best in the country. I love searching out the perfect oddity to add character to my building projects. I always find myself with something in my hand that I can't leave behind. Architectural Salvage has been around since 1985, with over 24,000 square feet of interesting things. And this museum is free!" — Tom Edwards, owner of MozzaPi

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