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    Spring feels like it's here and weekend events are coming out of the woodwork. Here's what we're into this week:

    River House
    They had their grand opening on March 7 - you definitely want to check out veteran Louisville Chef John Varanese's newest restaurant.

    The show opens at the Kentucky Center Tuesday March 8 and runs through the 13th - snag your tickets now.

    Cardinal Movers
    If you’re heading to a new home this spring, definitely seek out Cardinal Movers. Affordable and careful with all of your stuff, they’ll get the job done quickly and effectively.

    Michelada from El Camino
    It's warming up and so are my taste buds. Best one in town!

    Burger Boy
    I went for the first time last Tuesday, I believe, it was late and alcohol-induced. It's the hot spot for good, greasy burgers, late night conversations and people watching.

    Wax Fang at Speed Art Museum Opening
    Word on the street is they're playing new material.

    Vietnam Kitchen
    This place is a hidden treasure. Highly recommend their avocado milkshake!

    Alpaca meatballs at Game
    I didn't try it, but my roommate did and she loved them.

    Being day drunk at the Waterfront
    How you end up that way is your call.

    Spinelli's Deep Fried Girl Scout Cookies
    Need I say more?

    The St. Patrick's Day Parade
    It's happening this weekend, so if you'd like to have the most Irish experience ever on Irish Hill, this is the time. 

    Fall Out Boy
    They're playing the YUM! Center and there's not enough black eyeliner in the world to express how emotional I feel about it. 


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