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There are nearly 60 craft breweries operating in Kentucky. When Sig Luscher Brewery opens later this year in Frankfort, it won’t be one of them. OK, technically it will, but it won’t be your typical craft brewery — it’s focus will be on a single beer style, a pilsner with German and Swiss influences that […]
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Welcome to the May 21 Monday Business Briefing, your business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. Court ruling boosts Churchill Downs shares Shares of Churchill Downs surged 11 percent last week after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized sports betting. Shares of the Louisville-based company closed at $309.65 Friday, up more than $30 for the week. For […]
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There are a lot of advantages to being located in downtown Louisville during Derby time. Duplicator Sales and Service finds that one is  being able to use their parking lot to host roller-skaters, dancers, clowns, and floats as they get ready for the march down Broadway. Each year, as parade preparations get underway, the locally […]
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Will Emperor Galactus be able to wrestle his way through the Melinda Childbirth Invitational Gauntlet to retain his crown? Or will he be thwarted by the strong arm of The Baby? We’ll find out when Louisville Championship Arm Wrestling (LCAW) brings its third season to a close on Saturday, May 26, with Arm Wreslemania 3 at […]
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Several hundred guests were on hand at a late-spring event at the Kentucky Derby Museum to honor the legendary black jockeys of the Kentucky Derby and the work of Shirley Mae (Shirley Mae’s Café and Bar) to preserve and promote that history. One of the highlights of the afternoon was the presentation of a painted […]
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From the arrival of a “Top Chef” star in Louisville to the Bar Belle’s trip to Buffalo Trace to sample Wheatley Vodka, here are Insider’s top stories this week. ‘Top Chef’ star lands in Louisville, tweets about food Padma Lakshmi, host of “Top Chef,” has landed in Louisville and is sampling the local food scene, […]
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It’s that time of year when locals flock to farmers markets. Steve Hess of Lowe Creek Farm in Middletown has a theory why. “It’s the freshness and the taste and the history,” said Hess, who was selling carrots, duck eggs and other goodies at the Gray Street Farmers Market in downtown Louisville. You may find […]
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Four health care CEOs in Louisville urged the community to become more accepting of risk takers — and their failures — because they will drive innovation, which will be critical to solving the nation’s health care problems. Too often, they said, the community, including venture capitalists, give local entrepreneurs one shot — and if they […]
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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is three months into a nearly two-year, $27.9-million project to repair and paint the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, but some people are second-guessing the decision to allow traffic on the span while the work is being done. Drivers, already concerned about the high volume of traffic on the four-lane cantilevered […]
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A mysterious group is sending out mailers in the competitive Democratic primary race for the Metro Council District 21 seat in south Louisville, but the candidate that the group is trying to help is now distancing himself and calling for them to cease and desist from such activity. According to multiple District 21 residents who […]
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