As per our regular schedule, the Lost Art Press storefront will be open on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We will have our complete line of books, plus T-shirts (lots of them), free posters, free stickers and blemished books for 50 percent off.
Our storefront is at 837 Willard St. in Covington, Ky. If you are coming in from out of town, I recommend you check out the newly opened Hotel Covington. It’s a 5-minute walk from our storefront and has a fantastic hotel restaurant, Coppin’s. (Try the corn fritters.)
Also, recently I got to eat at Inspirado, a restaurant across the street from Hotel Covington. I love the food – a global melange that totally works. Also new to our neighborhood (all located on Main Strasse around the corner from us):
Hail Dark Aesthetics: This is a vinyl record and skull store. OK, it’s more than that, but it’s filled with records and skulls. And bisected cats. My daughters love this place and it features the best one-eyed goat T-shirt I’ve ever seen.
Commonwealth Bistro: A restaurant that has been a couple years in the works. I’m dying to get in there and try the fried rabbit. Word on the street is the restaurant is very good.
Crafts and Vines: A new wine bar, tap room and charcuterie place. Very friendly place.
What will I be doing at the storefront next Saturday? Good question. I’m finishing up two chairs for a client and then I have a long list of things to build: a Danish modern drop-leaf table, a Campaign-style bookcase, a ladder (yes, a ladder, it’s my new obsession), and a dustpan to replace the crappy metal one from the home center.
— Christopher Schwarz
8 thoughts on “Our Storefront Will be Open Saturday, Nov. 12”
You will have a tough time beating the ladder at the Modern Art Museum in Ft Worth. Harris
You will have a tough time beating the ladder at the Modern Art Museum, Ft Worth
Will you write a post on the dust pan. I’m curious to see how you do it.
I have been frustrated by modern plastic dustpans and we can no longer buy metal ones here except a horrible thing of twisted metal that was clearly designed by an alien wishing to test the sensibility of the race.
The design for a wooden one has eluded me even after several hundred envelope backs. So—-yes please Cristopher.
Will you have woodworker III there yet?
Nope. It is still at the printing plant. We hope to have stock at the store at the December open day.
Thank you sir, looking forward to it!
Dude. No blame, no shame… if it were me I’d take down that pic and caption.
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