October 28: Localism in practice, not theory.


Leticia Bajuyo’s “Brew History: All Bottled Up” began coming down. The New Albany Public Art Project Bicentennial Series installation commemorating New Albany’s breweries and taverns was intended to be temporary, but we’ll miss it.

At the opening reception for “Powering Creativity: Air, Fuel, Heat,” a joint exhibit of Ohio Valley Creative Energy and the Carnegie Center for Art & History.

Jeff Milchen, co-founder of the American Independent Business Alliance, rallied the New Albany First crew upstairs at River City Winery.

It was Larry Schad’s 70th birthday party, too, and Chef Matt prepared a feast, including these duck wings and veggie tray.

Music by Toledo Bend, as booked by The Dandy Lion boutique and shop.