Louisville Magazine

JUL 2016

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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10 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.16 INTER-OFFICE MEMO Illustration by Kendall Regan derbydinner.com I was at the Tim Faulkner Gallery once watching a beard competition. Art and facial hair. Pretty awesome. Adam Mescan Photographer L yes! Kendall Regan Illustrator I don't think I'll ever successfully navigate "cutting through" Cherokee Park to get from the Highlands to St. Matthews. Anne Marshall Senior writer How much I missed that Mary Cassatt naked- baby painting during the years the Speed was closed for expansion — and how many times I have been back to see only it since the Speed reopened in March. Mary Welp Contributing editor Parking at the Preston Street Sunergos on Saturday mornings is like the trench run in Star Wars: You likely have one shot to get a spot. I have someone take me and do a rolling stop while I jump out. Sunergos' masterful latte (and a Nord's doughnut, if there are any left) is well worth the risk of injury. Rachael Sinclair Illustrator A Nord's cream-flled Long John and a Sunergos hot mocha cures any period ailment. Mickie Winters Photographer When I ask you where you went to school, I mean high school, not college. Duh. Stacey Hallahan Advertising director When you walk in Morris' Deli and they make your four-year-old's order — turkey, American cheese and pickles on white — by asking him, "Usual, Noah?" Mandy Wood Advertising account executive I know the taste of Mornay sauce mixed with bile. (See page 76.) Dylon Jones Associate editor The frst year I went to Thunder Over Louisville I took a couple of friends and our kids. After it was over, we drove around for four hours trying to get back home to Southern Indiana. We tried every which way out of Louisville and every outlet was blocked. It was 2 a.m. when we pulled into our New Albany neighborhood. Now we stay home and have a cookout and invite friends over. Lesson learned. Emily Douglas Advertising account executive I come in late to work every day because I live off Hurstbourne and refuse to subject myself to that kind of traffc. Michelle Eigenheer Executive assistant I cry every time I hear Freakwater's "My Old Drunk Friend." Many Deddens regulars would know what I'm talking about. Suki Anderson Art director I took a huge bite of a baked Blue Dog baguette the other day and the crust cut the shit out of my mouth. Delicious. Josh Moss Editor What's something about you that only a Louisvillian would understand?

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