Live local and Keep Louisville Weird!
Kimchi of the Month Club? Count us in.
Kentucky State Representative Tom Riner and social reformer Claudia Riner joined with Dr. T. Colin Campbell, author of the China Study, to bring the benefits of a plant based-diet to the Kentucky General Assembly. Their efforts are the subject of a documentary film now in process, the final chapter of which was filmed in Louisville on July 12, 2014 at a grassroots rally at Iroquois Ampitheater.
Locally made mimosa bath bombs? Yes please.
Ever want to hear the milkman knock on your door? Well, now you can thanks to the revival of an old Louisville business.
Lele's Boutique is a shop full of personalized gifts, handmade jewelry, soy lotion candles, handmade soap, and much more!
"Louisville Made" symbol by Michelle Jones and Bryan Todd declares, "We are a city of makers. We build. We design. We construct."
Regalo boasts some of the best local and affordable wares in Louisville. Whether you’re looking for a gift for your grandma, the ever-hard-to-shop-for teenager, or the dreaded impossible-to-buy-for man in your life, the team at Regalo has you covered.
This aren’t sandwiches, they’re sammiches, because that’s how you say it with your mouth full of sammich.
Waldo becomes Louisville’s ultimate tourist during the month of July. Pick up a passport at Carmichael’s Bookstore and look for him hidden at your favorite local hot spots. Prizes and treats await the sly-eyed. Good thing it’s not Wizard Whitebeard – he was impossible to spot.
Are you doing your part to Keep Louisville Weird - and keep its economy strong? Independents Month is your chance to pitch in.
Local farmers' market offers beatiful setting with fresh eats and cool tunes.
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