Here's what you should be doing this weekend in Louisville:
The Moth features true stories told live without notes. The Moth StorySLAM at the Walden Theater on Friday, November 15 at 7:00 is a special story slam in partnership with the Slant Culture Theatre Festival. 10 storytellers will give five-minute stories on the subject of “Attitude.” Tickets are $12.00. You can volunteer for the chance to tell your own story!
2. Ann Patchett at the Clifton Center
On Friday, November 15 in the Clifton Center at 7:00 p.m. bestselling author Ann Patchett will sign and discuss her book This is the Story of a Happy Marriage. Admission is $5 or free with purchase of book. Check our Louisville.com’s interview with Ann Patchett.
3. The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience opens on Friday, November 15, 2013 on Whiskey Row. The “experience” includes a historical tour and bourbon tasting. Adult admission is $12.00, and tours run 10am-5pm Friday and Saturday, and 1-5pm Sunday.
4. Try El Camino, Atlantic No. 5 or Jackknife Café
The Louisville food scene is booming like crazy. Try one of these hot new restaurants: Jackknife Café in the Butchertown Market (we recommend the prosciutto and goat cheese sandwich with fig spread), El Camino on Bardstown Road, (the cocktails are rumored to be amazing) and Atlantic No. 5 (kale sorghum salad!).
5. Go to H&M or Nordstrom Rack
H&M just opened in Oxmoor Mall and Nordstrom Rack just opened in the Shelbyville Road Plaza. There is now no reason to ever leave Louisville. Get your pocketbooks ready and get a cute new outfit to go dancing in!
Photos 1,2,3, 5 and 7: shutterstock/ Photo 4 Brandon Vigliarolo/Photo 6 Heidi Ross
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