Not like Cheers where everyone knows your name, but like Quills, where you can grab a cup of joe and sit out on the stoop and watch the day and the people pass by.
Here's an amazing compendium of downtown (and near downtown) New Albany restaurants, shops, establishments and attractions, as compiled by Karen Gillenwater for the use of visitors this crazy chock-full weekend.
‘Just Pedal’ bike ride, comedy night this Sunday
Fresh Mex the way I know you'll like it; I know I will
Two festivals on the Sunny Side this Saturday: Jeff Fest and Celts on the River. Wouldn't it be great if the Ohio River Greenway connected them?
Have a mint chocoalte ice cream cone laced with Irish Whiskey while enjoying live music and artery hardening treats at this Saturday's Celts on the River.
The Va Va Vixens take over The Alley Theater for two weekends of of Burlesque.
At Buffalo Trace Park you can pet animals in a petting zoo, you can lay out on an actual sand beach, you can swim in a cordoned-off portion of the lake, or you can spend an hour peddling on the lake with you family in a paddleboat.
This neighborhood favorite returns this weekend in the Upper Highlands. Come out and enjoy the weather and unique art!
A Tennessee Williams play involving glass and a conference on glass. Both can be found starting Thursday as ShoeString Productions presents The Glass Menagerie.
Event kicks off with the "Indiana Jones" trilogy. Thankfully, evening will NOT include 2008's dreadful "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull."
If you work downtown this is a perfect day to spend a unique lunch hour basking in the glow of free glass art demonstrations as the international Glass Art Society kicks off their conference with a free public Day Of Glass.