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    Here's what we dig in Louisville this week: 

    Butchertown Brown from Apocalypse Brew Works

    The bacon maple doughnut at Nord's
    If you think this is weird or gross, then we can't be friends

    Louisville Magazine's FINAL launch party
    This Wednesday night at StageOne Theater's costume shop.

    American Pharoah
    What a way to go. He’s going to live out the rest of his life as Coolmore Stud Farm’s resident badass.

    Garage Bar's Lavender Honey Lemonade
    It’s almost too cold to really enjoy this, so get some soon!

    Eastern Parkway
    It's freshly paved in time for winter, my car couldn't be happier.

    Dr. Dundiff EP Release at Tap Room
    It's happening this Thursday!

    Pictures of everyone from all of the Halloween parties


    Louisville Beer Run on November 7th!
    We will be live-tweeting this run, guys. @louisvillecom

    Local chocolatiers
    Cellar Door, Ghyslain, Art Eatables. We are truly a blessed town.

    Lydia House
    We love their food but have yet to taste the Kombucha, because they keep selling out. Taking that as a good sign.

    Turn Down for Tea
    It happens every Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. at The Trade House on 1319 Story Ave. For $10, you get a 60-minute vinyasa flow and complimentary tea served after class. The event is meant to connect yogis and creatives and introduce them to The Trade House, which is a hub for "creatives, art dinners, events,  yoga, outdoor movie screenings, concerts, community."

    The 2015 Louisville Music Awards
    Happening this Thursday at KY Center! 

    The 5th of November
    I can't wait to see all the original "V for Vendetta" references, "remember, remember?". (Note the sarcasm)

    “Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk” by David Sedaris
    He was just in town!

    The Big Masquerade, benefiting Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kentuckiana
    This weekend! It’s giving us the perfect charitable reason to re-wear our Halloween costumes. 


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