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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DEPARTMENTS 6 Feedback 8 Editor's Letter 11 Circuit The man who makes that insanely addictive pretzel bread, 21 questions for artist (and self-portraitist) Kath- leen Lolley, a James Beard House survival guide for chef John Vara- nese, and more. 26 Style Popularized by the mod fashion of the '60s, color blocking is back on the runways and magazine pages. 32 Dine In This chowder's a hearty cure for the common cold of windy late-winter weather. 34 People Big-name musicians from all over know the man to call for that hard- to-find vintage ax: Guitar Empo- rium's Jimmy Brown. 98 Home & Design Whether your tastes lean toward antique or contemporary, this home offers a pleasant surprise around every corner. Plus, choosing from a wealth of synthetic-carpet options. 105 Dining Out Who knows what'll be on the menu at Rye? But count on it being good. 108 Dining Guide 112 Bob Hill Can Bowman Field-area trees sur- vive the bureaucracy of the FAA? [ March Contents] Features VOLUME 63 NUMBER 3 40 The Deerslayer What happens when a Highlands-dwelling, latte-swilling, self-described liberal elitist who's never fired a gun at a living creature — and thinks poorly of those who have — is persuaded to try deer hunting? He ends up with a pair of antlers on his wall. By Zach Everson 46 Deep-Sixing 732 The restaurant venture 732 Social was a culinary success from the time it opened its doors to the day last September that it closed them. But while satisfied smiles prevailed in the dining room and front patio, the rocky partnership that launched 732 in March 2009 soured almost immediately and, a few ugly courtroom battles later, led to the restaurant's inevitable death. By Josh Moss 52 The Passion of the Pitino How the Louisville Cardinals really turned their season around. Illustrations by Steven Bowman Text by Josh Moss 60 Approaching the Bench The pathway to becoming a judge, purists say, should be untainted by politics, wheth- er it's the secretive politics of appointment or election politics. But proponents on both sides of the issue can agree on one thing: What do purists know, anyway? By Cary Stemle 66 TOP LAWYERS Results of our peer survey to determine the best lawyers in the Louisville area. FORMER 732 SOCIAL CHEF JAYSON LEWELLYN 3.12 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE [3]

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