Lu Lu’s BBQ Coming to Lu’sville
Waterloo owner Josh Karp is bringing another touch of Austin to Historic Downtown. Josh and co-owner and head chef Kevin Harrington, pictured above, plan on opening early May on the NW corner of Main and Pine, next to the Cactus Wheel. Featuring a dry-rub take on traditional fare like brisket and ribs, Lu Lu’s will also offer fish, kabobs and vegetarian options (this is Boulder County) all made fresh daily. The space will have inside seating, convenient take out, and patios front and back, the latter featuring horseshoes and other BBQ friendly games. Remember: God Bless Johnny Cash and Keep Louisville Weird.
Catching Up with Old Friends
Front Street’s stylish home furnishings store is cruising toward its one year anniversary this June. So what’s new at Old Friends? Co-owner Wendy Atkin says, “We have very old pictures of Louisville framed in barn wood; Front Street, Steinbaugh Black Smithing, and Main Street. We now also carry Bottlehood, repurposed-reused glasses, lights and lamps made from bottles and exclusive to Louisville and Old Friends. They are awesome! Oh yeah, and one more thing - we are getting a big shipment of our recycled metal animals in by the first of the month!”
Visit Old Friends at 706 Front Street, 303.665.8886
Yoga Studio Changes Hands
Main Street’s popular Yoga Studio, Yoga Elements, has been recristened Yoga Junction by new owners Melissa Williams and Carey King. Yoga Junction has classes for all abilities and schedules.
908 Main Street, 303.658.0365
First Friday Art Walk! March 4, 6 - 9 pm
Hey youse, get some cultcha! Come see what’s happening with the happening Louisville Art Scene. Dine, drink, dance and stop into Creative Framing and Art Gallery, Bittersweet Gallery, Anthony Grant Gallery and The Art Underground this Friday!
Happening at the Library
Youth Art Show Reception
Fun for the whole family. Local artists between the ages of 4 and 18 will be displaying work this Thursday March 3 at 5:30 pm. Refreshments will be served and we'll have music performed by student musicians.
Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture presents
MOVIE! Earth Songs:
Mountains, Water and the Healing Power of Nature
Filmmaker Brian Luke Seward traveled to many of the world’s most pristine locations, capturing the earth’s beauty in ways that are rarely seen. Narrated by Michael York.
Cost: $10.00. Pre-register: email@example.com or call Claudia at 720.890.8922 - ITEA, 325 W. South Boulder Rd
Ju Ju Beads Moving to Front Street
Ju Ju Beads is moving March 1st to its new location at 901 Front street, Suite 130 next to the Art Underground. Best news is that the new space has a permanent classroom, so the class offerings will be extensive, new and exciting! It's going to be fantastic!
March Coffee House Concert Series
Friday March 18, 7 pm
The Louisville Cultural Council presents Celtic masters Skean Dubh
801 Grant Street