Louisville Magazine

APR 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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[ April Contents ] VOLUME 63 Departments 6 Feedback 112 Home & Design One good renovative turn deserved an- other — 75 years later — at the historic Bellewood Mansion in Anchorage. Plus, as two Kentucky artists can at- test, there's more to Derby souvenirs than T-shirts and julep glasses. 119 Dining Out You know 610 Magnolia chef- owner Edward Lee from Top Chef. And Iron Chef. And from dozens of magazine and newspaper stories. Lee's heightened profile made us wonder: How's his restau- rant doing, anyway? Plus, NuLu's Taco Punk. 122 Dining Guide 128 Bob Hill When is gambling gambling? Apparently, only when it's casino gambling. Features 8 138 REASONS WE LOVE DERBY, including … Derby style: It's not whom you're wearing but what you're carrying. So what is Derby, chopped liver? Yes, liver-and- onions for a Derby party. Event for rent: Renting out your house for Derby may be the best bet of the week- end. What you don't know about Derby: We've got your horse trivia right here. The Calvin Effect: When in doubt, fans at Churchill Downs (profitably) bet Borel. What to expect at your first Derby party: Hint: Lose the skinny jeans and sneakers. Guts and then glory: Twenty-five years ago, Alysheba over- came the mother of all bad trips. Jockey school's in: Even a six-foot, 165-pound magazine writer can be a jockey — or not. Romans' holiday: Growing up in Louisville, trainer Dale Romans understands Derby fever better than most, and he's got it bad. The Infield through the ages: From long dresses in the '40s to streakers in the '70s, the Derby Day Infield has been a microcosm of style and cul- ture trends. Red carpet redux: Our crit- ics handicap last year's celebrity fash- ion field. Mothers know best: When it comes to bloodlines, it's not just about the stallions. A retrospec- tive of Derby 137: With photos by John Nation, David Cronen, Dan- iel Dempster and Gail Kamenish. … Plus: God watches Derby, a tribute to Secretariat, how to sneak booze into the Infield, racing books, racing mov- ies, celebrity spotting and much, much more. NUMBER 4 On The Cover by Bart Galloway Photo by Ted Tarquinio 4.12 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE [3] r eally 138 W or ds

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