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    We love our city. Here are some of the things we're checking out this week:


    Jasmine Kentucky Kombucha
    Find it here.

    “Casino (Bad Things),” by Houndmouth
    It’s like an anti-love, IDGAF kind of song. Feeling it right now.

    Cocktails on tap at the newly-opened Artesano in Westport Village.
    Recommended: the Pampolo. It’s gin, albarino, lime, tonic, agave and a giant sprig of rosemary. Sip it on Artesano’s luxe firepit equipped patio.

    Dirty Dancing at Kentucky Center for the Arts
    One of us once watched the film twice in a row, which led to a slight Swayze obsession. She’s since controlled her “Hungry Eyes,” but would love to see the Broadway production, if only to say, “Yes, I’ve had the time of my life.”

    Fleur De Flea Vintage Urban Market
    “I’m looking to up my sweater vest game this fall. I’m thinking this might be the place, so that I can stop cutting the arms off my sweaters at home.”

    Earthy Browns peppermint lip balm
    We’re in love. Find it here.

    Heine Brothers’ Pumpkin Pie latte
    Thanksgiving is still a month off, but we can savor the taste any time we want.

    Caulfield’s Novelty
    A longstanding costume and novelty shop in downtown Louisville. Bet you didn’t know Louisville has the world’s largest (vampire) bat as well as the world’s largest (baseball) bat.

    ReSurfaced: Three Days at 10th
    We’re big fans of ReSurfaced. Can’t wait to see what’s happening at ReSurfaced II.

    Cuban coffee from Blackbeard Espresso truck
    Also, the bearded men who make the drinks. ;)

    Elisabeth’s Sweet Garlic Mustard
    Locally made by Rattlesnake Hill Farm, it’s tangy and sweet and makes for a great sandwich. We discovered it at Bernheim Forest, but you can also find it at a few local stores. 

    The Danger Run
    It’s basically a scavenger hunt in your car with lots of haunted houses along the way. Creepy fun, definitely a Louisville Halloween classic.

    Cover photo: Shutterstock/YurkaImmortal

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