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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3.14 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 2 1 RELEASES PRESS THIS MONTH IN and other junk CITYsentence. in a It's a little silly, but what the hell: L1C4. "You there? What hap- pened last night? Are you mad?" Sacred Heart School for the Arts has a new execu- tive director named Anna Jo Paul… …and the Kentucky Center pro- moted Kim Baker to president… …and the Louisville Ballet promot- ed Cara Hicks to general manager. Nice work, ladies! TARC now has an express route to Southern Indiana. The library has a new program: The 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Challenge. Get read- ing, you six-month-old slacker! "How are you doing? Glad to get your infor- mation from the Internet." A pirate-themed display at ValuMarket won a Del Monte pineapple promotion. The staff dressed up like pirates, and customers listened to live music from buccaneer band Drunk and Sailor. Arrggghhh! Some 600,000 people participated in the Kentucky Bourbon Trail last year. The zoo is looking for seasonal workers. Country singer Miranda Lambert's MuttNa- tion Foundation gave $3,000 to the Animal Care Society. Way to go, Ken, for doing what you do! Margaret's Fine Consignments now has an "After Five Room" (semi-formal wear) and "Cash and Carry Racks" (each piece is three, four or fve bucks, with pro- ceeds donated to various local charities). A report from the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission has found that Louisville is segregated. The Louisville CVB's president resigned. Hannah Kingsbury, who graduated from Manual, is one of 20 frst-year female students accepted into Ohio University's inaugural class of Margaret Boyd Scholars. (Hey, Hannah, check out the Pub on Court Street — Josh Moss, man- aging editor, OU grad.) The Kentucky Restaurant As- sociation named Volare's Josh Moore its restaurateur of the year. Moore is a good guy. Has a "USDA Prime" tattoo on his left biceps. Larry Collmus is the new track an- nouncer at Churchill Downs. We'll always be able to smoke at the track, right? Yep, a pineapple promotion. www.jarfs.com 12-25 BIT.indd 21 2/20/14 11:52 AM

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