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2018 Kentucky Monthly Reader Recipe Contest Winners more

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Chef Madeleine Dee mixes culinary expertise and travel experiences into her intimate eatery more

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Pedaling penman Kirk Alliman travels the Commonwealth on a quest for cupcake bliss more

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The Greyhound Tavern nears a century as a northern Kentucky landmark more

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Food trucks are enjoying widespread appeal in the Commonwealth more

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A chance discovery at Kentucky’s unique Vietnam Veterans Memorial triggers memories—and questions more

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Third-generation jockey Tyler Gaffalione reflects on his first mount in the Kentucky Derby. more

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Lexington couple succeeds at love, life and business by following their passions more

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Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Bill Luster shares some of his favorite images from recent Kentucky Derbys. more

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New Yorker carries on Kentucky’s rich pro baseball tradition more

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Berea’s Ecovillage provides sustainability and support for nontraditional students more

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Volunteer groups provide free medical and dental care at a Frankfort clinic and on annual visits to Honduras Photos Courtesy of Dr. Roger Strunk more

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Pine Mountain Settlement School puts visitors in touch with nature, while boosting the local economy Text and Photos by Kim Kobersmith more

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Decades ago, WKU boosters bet on a “sure thing”—with predictable results more

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For The Miss Fits, powerlifting is just the beginning of overall well-being Photos by Abby Laub more

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Old Frankfort Pike is unmatched for breathtaking beauty and equine history Photos By Gene Burch more

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Kentucky Monthly’s 10th Annual Writers’ Showcase more

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Down-home luxury not an oxymoron at this bed and breakfast more

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Kirk Alliman takes his trusty bicycle on a trip to Kentucky’s beginnings more

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Author bell hooks is among the four inductees this year more

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Liz Toombs travels the country sprucing up Greek houses on college campuses. Text and Photos by Sarah J. Dills more

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Authors Liz Curtis Higgs and Bill Higgs meld their differing personalities into a Christian version of yin and yang more

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Kirk Alliman takes his trusty bicycle on a trip to Kentucky’s beginnings, Part I more

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John McGinnis: A Fisher of Men more

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For the Campbells of Dayton, serving as “The Few, The Proud” is part of their heritage more

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A soldier’s World War I letters from Camp Taylor more

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Once prominent in Kentucky’s agricultural industry, hemp is being cultivated again in the Commonwealth by farmers for research projects more

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Louisville museum boasts one of the world’s largest collections of historic miniatures. Photos by Wales Hunter more

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A love of wine, food and farming inspires Katy Groves-Mussat and Hubert Mussat of the Farmer & Frenchman Winery more

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Berea-based program provides struggling women with an education and a sense of self-worth more

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Picking the brains (BRAINS!) of Kentucky horror filmmakers more

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Historic Buffalo Trace Distillery has been the site of some ghostly encounters over the years more

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Louisville’s Moonshine University offers courses in producing Kentucky’s world-famous drink more

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Vince DiMartino and the Lexington Brass Band enlighten, engage and entertain listeners more

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Steven Curtis Chapman takes his fans through his life story more

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A guide to our top picks for Kentucky’s rich and varied performing arts season more

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Shelbyville distillery blends modern science, time-honored techniques and family history more

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Today’s Bernheim Forest is designed to regenerate itself—and the spirits of its visitors more

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The KY History Half takes participants on a tour through time more

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The Commonwealth’s aerospace industry blasts off more

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The Kentucky Community and Technical College System offers paths to a job or a degree more

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The “world’s largest apple pie” serves as the star attraction at Casey County’s Apple Festival more

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As Kentucky celebrates its 225th birthday, we’re taking a look forward. We asked several knowledgeable people, “what will Kentucky be like in 2042?” You may be surprised by some of the answers. more

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In these images from The Kentucky State Capitol Building, a book by renowned architectural photographer Thorney Lieberman slated for release this fall. more

Silas House and Sam Gleaves celebrate food and community in a new production more

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The KY History Half takes participants on a tour through time more

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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Kentucky Voices series, Danville’s Pioneer Playhouse is bringing back Elizabeth Orndorff’s Death by Darkness and debuting Angela Correll’s Guarded, the sequel to her previously produced Grounded. more

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Backyard poultry provide much more than fresh eggs more

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Louisville-based Manhood Journey and Trail Life USA partner to help involve fathers with sons more

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Each year, Kentucky Monthly asks readers to submit their favorite original recipes for our annual Reader Recipe Contest, and they comply, sending in plenty of offerings promising delectable delights. more

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Author and Photographer Lindsey McClave provides the lowdown on this sometimes-tricky dish more

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Once a regional favorite, Ale-8-One today reaches a national audience more

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Foodie on two wheels Kirk Alliman samples 69 slices of delicious Kentucky culinary culture more

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Elizabeth Kizito’s cookies—and her marketing genius—have made her a fixture in Louisville more

Certain foods are known far and wide as Kentucky-bred as well as Kentucky-loved. We asked our Facebook fans where to find these faves, with informative results. more

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Masonic Homes of Kentucky marks its 150th anniversary more

The National Quilt Museum in Paducah showcases quilting as a fine art more

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The Contented Heart Quilt Guild provides invaluable community service more

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A select few can claim the best seat in the house for the Kentucky Derby more

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UofL med students run to honor kids in the race of their lives more

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CNN correspondent and former Kentucky “First Baby” Pamela Brown remains attached to her home state more

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In this installment of “24 Hours in …” our writer visits Danville and gives you the scoop on what to do, where to eat, what to see and where to stay. more

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For physicians Nick Dedman and Jack Hamman, retirement is not on the horizon more

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Kentucky’s blossoming craft brewing industry taps community spirit more

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Louisville-based Shuckman’s Fish Co. & Smokery is always looking for what’s next more

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Former pro pitcher Richard Sullivan combines a love of baseball with artistic talent more

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