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Forecastle Festival 2017: One of the Best Music Festivals in Louisville, Kentucky

Forecastle Festival 2017: One of the Best Music Festivals in Louisville, Kentucky

Updated Mar 20, 2018

Text: Joey Yazell; Photography: Cody Sprigler

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Omni Louisville Hotel Is Now Open!

Omni Louisville Hotel Is Now Open!

Posted Mar 6, 2018

The new Omni Louisville Hotel is now open! They welcomed their first guest on March 6.  The hotel offers 612 guest rooms and 34 luxurious suites, as well as 70,000 square feet of meeting and event space featuring 20 unique and authentic experiences under one roof. 

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Meet Anthony Lamas of Seviche, a Latin Restaurant

Meet Anthony Lamas of Seviche, a Latin Restaurant

Updated Jan 16, 2018

Chef Anthony Lamas is regularly recognized as one of the city’s top chefs, having been featured on the Food Network, in Southern Living, Bon Appétit and was a 2010/2011/2012 semi-finalist in the James Beard Foundation Awards for Best Chef: Southeast.

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Dallas McGarity: The Fat Lamb Modern Kitchen and Bar in Louisville

Dallas McGarity: The Fat Lamb Modern Kitchen and Bar in Louisville

Updated Jan 10, 2018

In October 2016 Dallas and his wife Laura opened The Fat Lamb Modern Kitchen and Bar in the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville. His passion for high quality local ingredients as well as his creative, but approachable style of cooking allows him to create cuisine that is elegant and unique while showing off some of the surrounding area’s best ingredients.

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Louisville IQ: Fun Facts about Kentucky's Derby City

Louisville IQ: Fun Facts about Kentucky's Derby City

Updated Nov 6, 2017

Downtown Louisville has a rich history filled with historical events and experiences unique to Kentucky that are sure to please even the most sesoned travelers and keep locals engaged. When you are home to as many fesitivals, famous locations and other social circles as Lousiville, there's always something new to discover or learn!

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Behind the Barrel: Best Kentucky Bourbon Distilleries and Tours

Behind the Barrel: Best Kentucky Bourbon Distilleries and Tours

Posted Oct 30, 2017

No two Kentucky bourbon distilleries are exactly the same, so you’ll discover new and intriguing bourbon-making secrets during every tour, since each one offers an introduction and insight into their own unique way of making this legendary spirit. The introductions to four of the best bourbon distilleries and tours below will serve as an excellent beginning to your Kentuckybourbon making adventures!

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Chef Joshua Moore Volare Italian Restaurant

Joshua Moore: Volare Italian Restaurant

Posted Aug 20, 2017

City Walks: New Works by Louisville Artist, Ashley Brossart at CRAFT(s) Gallery & Mercantile

City Walks: New Works by Louisville Artist, Ashley Brossart at CRAFT(s) Gallery & Mercantile

Updated Aug 3, 2017

July 7th through July 29th, 2017

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Lewis and Clark Bridge Opens East End Crossing in Louisville

Lewis and Clark Bridge Opens East End Crossing in Louisville

Updated Aug 3, 2017

After years of planning and construction, the $763 million “East End Crossing” of the Ohio River, now renamed the Lewis and Clark bridge, finally opened Dec. 18 when the first 500 vehicles crossed the bridge. It will connect Louisville near Prospect to southern Indiana near Utica and officials say the major infrastructure project will also ease traffic congestion and make driving less stressful for motorists throughout southern Indiana and the greater Louisville Metro Area.

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Q&A with Eric Shaw, Executive Chef at Jack Fry's Restaurant in Louisville

Q&A with Eric Shaw, Executive Chef at Jack Fry's Restaurant in Louisville

Posted Jul 26, 2017

Eric Shaw is back at Jack Fry’s restaurant in Louisville, this time serving as Executive Chef after previous stints with us as Chef de Cuisine and as a Line Cook. He worked most recently in Chicago as a Sous Chef at beloved farm-to-table staple Lula Café, and before that at its sister restaurant, Nightwood. During his time in Chicago, Eric was heavily involved with Pilot Light, a chef-driven nonprofit focused on promoting children’s food literacy by infusing culinary arts with existing school curricula.

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