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LouisvilleKY WorldFest Offers Four Days of International Food, Music, Culture on Labor Day Weekend

  15th annual event will run Sept. 1-4 at the Belvedere LOUISVILLE  – WorldFest, one of the region’s largest international festivals, will take place this Labor Day weekend for its 15th year, with four days of international food, music, dance and culture starting Sept. 1 at the downtown Belvedere. More than 70 local and regional entertainers will offer a variety of music, dance styles and beats, ranging from African drumming to reggae to Indian, Celtic, Arabic, Latin, Caribbean music and more. Headliner acts will include Toby Foyeh & Orchestra Africa, Cheili Minucci & the EFK All Stars with Karen Briggs, Billy Goat Strut…


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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Go Global for Lunch at WorldFest

Make that a World Feast this weekend as the Belvedere becomes the largest al fresco dining establishment in the region this weekend. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of WorldFest on Friday, Saturday and  Sunday at  from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Dinners, desserts, plate lunches, products, and appetizers  from around the world as well as around the Louisville Metro brings culinary cultures together along the Ohio River. Local independent merchants will bring the best of their menus for the hungry crowds who have made WorldFest one of the Top 10 winners in the Kentucky Travel Industry Association’s Judge’s Award for Fall Festivals…


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As Bad as the Gift Card Scandal

It’s hard to blame some Metro Council members. They’re just doing things the way they’ve always done it. They just don’t get it that holding office isn’t about doling out favors and self-promotion. The latest, reported by the C-J’s Dan Klepal, is as much the fault of Mayor Fischer as the council members, and points out the real need for Metro Government to put some clamps on how they spend those Neighborhood Development Funds. Apparently the Mayor’s Office wanted Council members to give some NDF money to support WorldFest, one of Fischer’s pet projects and a worthwhile event. So Fischer…