Louisville Magazine

MAR 2012

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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[ Circuit>>Events ] What are the odds you'll like these five March events? The Betting Window (ODDS-ON FAVORITE) 4:1 Upside: Suzanne Edds, who co-owns Liberty, sent out a call for female artists earlier this year, and "at least" 20 of the respon- dents — painters and printmakers and sculptors; both established artists and some who've never before displayed their work publicly — will get to show their pieces. "I don't know 5:2 St. Patrick's Day Parade Upside: Louisville's Ancient Order of Hibernians holds an annual parade on Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue and is proud to share its "culture," which is merely code for "Guinness." Downside: Care to host a second parade the following Saturday on, you know, actual St. Paddy's Day? (March 10. Free. Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue; visit louisvilleirish.com for information.) 9:2 Jimmy Buffett Upside: It's a sold-out show, but that doesn't mean you can't head downtown to witness Parrot Heads "culture," code for "smuggling in a margarita machine underneath your Hawaiian shirt." Downside: Getting caught — (sigh) again — with a margarita machine underneath your Hawaiian shirt. (March 3. $26-$136. KFC Yum! Center, 690-9000, kfcyumcenter.com.) (LONGSHOT) 50:1 6:1 Mary Poppins Upside: "A spoonful of Irish or Parrot Heads culture helps the medicine go down." Downside: We may be misquoting the lyric. (March 13-18. $32.75-$69.75. Kentucky Center, Whitney Hall, 584-7777, kentuckycenter.org.) Kenny Woods Gun and Knife Show Upside: Giving something the same odds as October's canceled Bill O'Reilly event. Downside: It should be illegal for Americans to buy guns or knives. (Just seeing if Ernest W. "Bill" Smith — that kind fellow who wrote a feedback letter appearing on page 6 — is still reading.) (March 31 & April 1. Price to be determined. Kentucky Exposition Center, 367-5000, kyexpo.org.) [20] LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.12 if you've been in our space," Edds says, "but 20 people — that goes a long way." Downside: You're only allowed in if you agree to get a Susan B. Anthony tattoo. (March 3-31 or "it might run into April," Edds says. Free. Liberty Tattoo and Art Parlor, 637-4777, libertytattooandart.com.) >>By Josh Moss Women's History Month at Liberty Tattoo and Art Parlor

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