Louisville Magazine

MAR 2014

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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1 8 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.14 21Q's 21 questions www.highlandcleaners.com New Location! 4139 Shelbyville Road (Next to Ken Combs Running Store) 899.1503 Mon.-Fri.: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat.: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Like us on Facebook Tinking of sunny days? Come pick a bright hobo bag, scarf, jewelry, pj's, headband or wristlets from mary katherine's & me. Spring break will be here before you know it! New items coming in daily! Bielstein, 44, lives in the Highlands and is the managing director at Actors Theatre, where the Humana Festival of New American Plays is under way. Earliest childhood memory? "Sitting in the backseat on road trips across Texas to see family while singing to the Beach Boys." All-time favorite album? "Prince's Purple Rain. Amazing and emotional music." When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up? "In elementary school I wanted to be the frst female president of the United States." The weirdest place somebody has recognized you in public? "In a park in Munich, Germany." Who's somebody doing big things in Louisville and is fying under the radar? "Sophie Maier, immigrant services librarian (for the Louisville Free Public Library). She is an egoless and generous connector of people and resources." Besides your current one, what's the best job you've ever had? "Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago — also a dynamic, innovative organization." What Louisville band/musician would you pay to see? "Will Oldham. I would never pass up the chance to hear his inspired storytelling and pensive, beautiful music live." Your drink? "Red wine." Your favorite possession? "A Keith Carter photo of two boys capturing frefies." Favorite bourbon? "Old Forester." Jennifer Bielstein over HEARD ( ( ( ( ( ( "Louisville is often called the city of plans. Because we have so many." —at the Regional Transportation Summit, held at the Louisville Zoo in late January 12-25 BIT.indd 18 2/19/14 9:54 AM

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