My New Kentucky Home

At the Meeting Hall, Bruckheimer has succeeded in recreating small-town America. Top: young pool, pinball and video-game players. Middle: the "bar" at the Meeting Hall, which Bruckheimer bought from Joe Ley, a dealer in Louisville, caters to a family trade now. Liquor bottles and beer taps have been replaced by athletic trophies and an elaborate espresso machine. Bottom: when Bruckheimer bought the Wells Building, she removed a concrete-block addition and restored its graceful porch. She hopes to turn it into a barbecue restauruant.


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November 28, 1999

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