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The Next Episode

It’s been pretty quiet around here hasn’t it? Building Menu and Hours, planning a wedding, getting married, freelance work and experiencing Menu and Hours’ failure all took time away from Consuming Louisville. And during that time the local blogging game has changed. Young food bloggers have come up and are ready, willing and able to…

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Master Distiller Night at Haymarket

Very cool new event series happening at Haymarket Whiskey Bar. On the third Monday of every month Haymarket is hosting “Distiller Night.” At each event a different master distiller will be on hand for meet and greets, bottle signings, special tastings, discussions and the like. Pretty cool right? This month’s guest distiller is Jack Pogue…

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Gralehaus Now Open

Gralehaus, the latest venture from the team behind Louisville Beer Store and Holy Grale is now open. Eventually Gralehaus will be a bed and breakfast + cafe but for now it’s a cafe serving breakfast (including Intelligentsia Coffee, espresso drinks, teas, fresh squeezed juices and beer breakfast cocktails) and lunch including a deli case with…

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Louisville Jewish Film Festival 2014 Edition

It’s February, that means it’s time for the Louisville Jewish Film Festival. It’s been a few years since I’ve been on the Jewish Film Festival Committee but it just so happens I’ve seen two of the films in this year’s lineup and if they’re any indication of the quality of films this year then we’re…

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El Mundo Now Open on Mondays

This is very important news. There have been many times where my beloved has said “ooh let’s go to El Mundo” and I have to say “we can’t, it’s Monday.” And then there is much sadness. Not anymore though! El Mundo is now open for dinner on Mondays. El Mundo shared some other info with…

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Pie School (yes, I said pie school)

Kate Lebo, author of A Commonplace Book of Pie is coming to town and wants to teach you how to make pie. Let’s pause for a moment to respect what a much needed skill pie making is, the world definitely needs more pie makers. Discover the secret of flaky crust, delicious fruit filling, and what…

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Snakes ’n Stuff at WHY Lou Two

Local artist Robby Davis is having a solo show at the East Market location of WHY Louisville called “Snakes ‘n Stuff.” The show consists of all new work with both originals and prints for sale. The show debuts next Friday February 7 as part of the First Friday Trolley Hop. If you miss the trolley…

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One Thing I Love About Louisville: Brian Wallace

Author Bio Brian Wallace is the President of Now Sourcing. Louisville is just the right size for innovation. When my wife and I first visited Louisville in 2001, we really got a good feel for the scene. 2 weeks later 9/11 happened and we were close enough to “the city” NYC to really give Louisville a hard look at being a place to come to and settle in. 7 years later I’m really glad we did. We’ve been able to be active in our community and grow our business, all the while raising 6 children. We’re ready to start the next phase in helping build community with the launch of…

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One Thing I Love About Louisville: Nick Huhn

Author Bio Nick Huhn is normally plotting something. While his eery stoicism doesn’t usually let on what it is (we think he’s behind the overthrow of several third world governments and wrestling leagues) his digital strategery has helped a fair number of really big companies get really bigger. (Bio written by Jason Falls I’m often…

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