Zanzabar has a rotating selection of pinball machines. | Photo by LOUtoday
If you’re anything like Senior City Editor Katie and use your couch change to practice becoming a pinball wizard, then bookmark this mini-guide on where to play pinball in LOU next time you flip those cushions.
Choreographers’ Showcase | Wednesday, Jan. 25-Sunday, Jan. 29 | 7 p.m. | Louisville Ballet, 315 East Main St., Louisville | $39.20 | See new works performed by five artists in the Louisville Ballet’s downtown studio.
Seed Savers Meet-up | Wednesday, Jan. 25 | 7-9 p.m. | Louisville Tool Library, 1227 Logan St., Louisville | Free | Make a seed bomb, learn about winter sowing, and get your garden started in a milk jug.
The Moth Louisville GrandSLAM Championship | Friday, Jan. 27 | 8 p.m. | Kentucky Center for the Arts, 501 W. Main St., Louisville | $40.37 | Hear the winners of the 2022 Moth Story Slam events battling for champion storyteller status.
Saturday, Jan. 28
Crystal & Spirit Fair | Saturday, Jan. 28 | 12-4 p.m. | The Bodhi Tree, 6306 Meeting St., Prospect | Free | Shop sales on crystals, walk-in numerology readings, aura portraits, chakra clearings, and more — plus enter to win a crystal tower valued at $250.
Anti-inflammatory Dinner | Saturday, Jan. 28 | 5-10 p.m. | Naïve, 1001 E. Washington St., Louisville | $65 | Dig into a five-course dinner designed to give a new perspective of healthy eating.
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New-to-market Italian restaurant LaRosa’s Pizza is open at 10641 Fischer Park Dr. in Goose Creek. A line of eager pizza eaters waited out front on opening day (some for nearly 20 hours) with the promise of free pizza for life. The restaurant also serves hoagies and traditional pastas — like ravioli and lasagna. 🍕 (WDRB)
When one door opens, two more close. Two restaurantshave closed in Derby City over the past four days. Union 15, a pizzeria and taphouse at Colonial Gardens near Iroquois Park, closed on Saturday, Jan. 21. American-style restaurant and bar Germantown Socialannounced its closure yesterday. (WAVE)
Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay doesn’t open until May, but theme park enthusiasts can get their hands on a new ticket option called The Diamond Pass now for $129.99. Diamond season pass holders will reap the benefits of the two other season passes, as well as get four unrestricted bring-a-friend tickets. 🎢 (WDRB)
The Down Syndrome of Louisville’s Gallop Gala will return on Friday, April 21. The annual fundraising event will happen during Thunder Over Louisville weekend at the Galt House. The party includes cocktails and dinner, auctions, and music from The Crashers. Ticket options start at $100. ✨
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The Louisville Downtown Partnership, a nonprofit working to promote downtown Louisville’s redevelopment and economic growth, released its 2022 recap — and it’s replete with everything from new businesses to investments and event attendee numbers.
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