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Pearl Street Taphouse slings good beer, and the food follows suit

December 28, 2016 superuser 0

Pearl Street Taphouse, which opened in early December in Jeffersonville, isn’t exactly in a bustling thoroughfare — but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t already become a destination with a buzz. I stopped in on a recent Saturday night, and there literally was no place for me to stand. Fortunately, when I returned on a weeknight, […]

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Why bigger isn’t always better when it comes to IT service

December 28, 2016 superuser 0

by Dan Keane, TDM, (502) 238-1085 or dank@tdm.cc It can be hard trying to be all things to everyone. Restaurants like McDonald’s may have served billions and billions but, in doing so, have not exactly become synonymous with top-flight customer service. While McDonald’s mass-produced approach leaves much to be desired in the way of ambiance, at least […]

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Venture Connectors January Luncheon features Endeavor Louisville

December 28, 2016 superuser 0

Endeavor Louisville’s managing director, Jackson Andrews, will be on hand at January’s Venture Connectors Luncheon to speak about the global Endeavor network and the work the organization does with entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial communities. Louisville was the third city to develop an Endeavor office, after Miami and Detroit. Since it began in May 2015, Endeavor Louisville […]

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Two reports signal improvements in Kentucky’s housing market

December 28, 2016 superuser 0

The housing market in Kentucky is continuing to recover from the national foreclosure crisis, according to two recent reports. The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis released its quarterly report on the housing market the Thursday before Christmas as well as special report that looked more broadly at the impact of the foreclosure crisis on different states. The […]

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Hosparus to raise $1.3 million to expand Inpatient Care Center

December 28, 2016 superuser 0

Hosparus, one of the largest nonprofit hospice organizations in the country, is seeking to raise $1.3 million to add a third wing to its center downtown. The 25-bed Hosparus Inpatient Care Center, on the sixth floor of the Norton Healthcare Pavilion on Broadway, opened in 1995, with 12 beds, and expanded to 25 beds during a […]

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The New Vintage music venue to close Jan. 31

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The owners of The New Vintage posted a notice on Facebook Tuesday afternoon saying that they intend to shutter the Germantown music venue at the end of January. Dave Chale and Hunter Embry opened the space, the former Uncle Pleasant’s, in 2013 at 2126 S. Preston St. The Facebook post says Chale and Embry are “closing the […]

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