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AUG 2014

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22 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.14 RELEASES PRESS THIS MONTH IN and other junk www.kentuckytotheworld.org "Just wanted to make sure you had some updated photos of Vicki (Dortch, WLKY anchor)." The American Health Lawyers Association said some nice things about Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs. A guy named "Phyl" says somebody stole his luggage in Istanbul. "I have to settle my hotel bills with the manager," Phyl says. Send a check to our offce, and we'll make sure Phyl gets it. Leadership Louisville is bringing in Baltimore's mayor for an Aug. 28 luncheon. Proposal: Baltimore's mayor should bring enough crab for everybody at the luncheon. The accounting frm Louis T. Roth and Co. hired a new accountant. Louisville's new United Soccer League team, Louisville City FC, hired Djorn R. Buchholz as its president. First game next March. Louisville's Takeout Taxi has been in business for 15 years. Takeout Taxi will pick up food from restaurants and deliver it to your door. Why are we just now hearing about this? Did you know that "TSR" is shorthand for "Telephone Service Representative"? Robert Kemnitz is the new communications manager at the Louisville Zoo. The zoo's 1,000th black- footed ferret was born. Named JoGuy for longtime zookeepers Guy Graves and Joanne Luyster. JoGuy's parents are named Rhianna and Fettuccine. The Bourbon Review had nice things to say about several Louisville bars, including Haymarket Whiskey Bar and Proof on Main. Kentucky Opera's general director agreed to a new fve-year contract. Please beware of door-to-door scammers. The Writer's Block poetry contest is accepting submissions through Oct. 15. Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear and Attorney General Jack Conway handed out this large check. Kentucky students met with Kentucky Sens. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul on Capitol Hill.

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