Louisville Magazine

AUG 2013

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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Attend a LASIK Info Session and you will have a chance to Win FREE LASIK Attend our LASIK information sessions on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. Find out if all laser LASIK vision correction is right for you. One person in attendance will win free LASIK. Visit www.facebook.com/EyeCareInstitute to register for the seminar. bit the "Brace yourself: Your personal reputation is at risk." The law frm Bingham Greenebaum Doll hired these two fellows. THIS MONTH IN PRESS RELEASES (and Other Junk) Not to be outdone, Stites and Harbison "has named Elizabeth 'Betsy' Johnson as Health Care Service Group Leader," which'll never ft on a business card. The 2013 Fund for the Arts campaign raised $8.2 million. The Louisville Ballet is holding a children's audition for The Nutcracker on Aug. 18. "Bum-ba-ba-ba-bum-bum-bum-bum-bum" is our impression of that one song from The Nutcracker. Local nonproft WaterStep has a goal of raising 502-589-1500 www.eyecareinstitute.com EyeCareInstitute.com $35,000 by Aug. 5 — hey, we're doing our best to get this stuff out in a timely manner — to be able to provide safe drinking water to areas in India suffering from severe fooding. Meet Chris Sutter, a new weekend anchor at WDRB. Meanwhile, WLKY named anchor. Karen Roby a new weekend Do we sense a Sutter-Roby rivalry developing? "U of L's freshman class maxes out, applications closed." "Very recent" research has discovered this: "TOXIC BELLY BUGS infest 9 out of 10 people (are you one of them?)." The Legal Aid Society is offering several foreclosure clinics in August. "Turn 60 minutes into $379?" Nah. But shoot us another email when you bump that fgure up to $380. Until Aug. 11, Slugger Museum admission is $5 after 5 p.m. The blog Insider Louisville redesigned its site. The planetarium at U of L reopened June 29 after being closed for a month to upgrade its projection system. Struggling fnancially? "Whatever you do, DONT tell your parents, wife or husband, co-workers or even kids that you need help." The TV network USA selected a local man to be on its new reality show Summer Camp. Tickets for all Louisville Orchestra performances will go on sale Aug. 5… …except for the event this coming January with www.ypal.org John Williams, who composed scores for Star Wars and too many other flms to list. Remember the Home Alone music? Yep, that's Williams, too. The University of Louisville board of trustees 22 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.13

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