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Latin accents spice up old Kentucky flavors

(PHOTOS BY Lauryn Morris for The Boston GLOBE)
By Liza Weisstuch
Globe Correspondent / May 2, 2012
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The Silver Dollar opened in November on a once vibrant, then desolate, strip of Louisville’s Clifton neighborhood. When visitors to the Kentucky Derby descend upon Churchill Downs next weekend, they’ll find the city’s neighborhoods in the throes of revitalization. A nearby district has even been baptized “NuLu” (for New Louisvillle) because of the many restaurants, galleries, and shops that opened in quick succession in the past few years.

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