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Bluegrass State Games celebrates 30 years of friendly, Commonwealth-wide competition

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The Way to Kentucky's Heart

Cookbooks provide insight into our Commonwealth's culinary culture more »

Apr 17, 2014 Featured

50 to 1

A long-shot movie tribute to a longer-shot horse more »

Mar 28, 2014 Arts & Entertainment (8 Comments)

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The Best Men Win

When kids grow up with something to prove, they can become stubborn and a bit hardheaded. But when those kids grow up to be adults who want to make a living as musicians … well, they just might become superstars. So goes the story of Sundy Best. more »

Feb 25, 2014 Music (2 Comments)

Sharp-Dressed Brew

The Pretentious Beer Glass Company’s handcrafted creations give the drink its due more »

Feb 25, 2014 Arts & Entertainment

Jesse Stuart: A Man of the Country, a Man of the World

Forever connected to the classrooms of Greenup County, beloved Kentucky author Jesse Stuart also taught students and audiences in the far corners of the world. more »

Jan 18, 2013 People (5 Comments)

The Original Hollywood Hunk

Victor Mature was the biggest male star of Hollywood's Golden Age to hail from Kentucky. more »

Jan 28, 2014 People (1 Comments)

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Growing Hope, One Hero at a Time

Veterans transition to civilian life and cultivate a sense of purpose by farming more »

Oct 21, 2013 People

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A Long Tradition

Contemporary craftsmen uphold the artistry and history of Kentucky’s namesake rifle more »

Feb 20, 2013 | CULTURE |

Freedom Fight

Kentuckians crusade against human trafficking and slavery in the Commonwealth more »

Jul 22, 2013 | CULTURE |

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Candy Men

Three confectioners mix it with love and make Kentucky - and the world - taste good. more »

Jan 21, 2014 People

Kentuckians on the Titanic

A presidential military aide and an ophthalmologist were among the unlucky on the RMS Titanic more »

Sep 20, 2013 History

Hell Along the Border

The bloody saga of mass murderer and Confederate guerilla Champ Ferguson more »

Oct 10, 2012 People

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Stories in a Click

The Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky preserves the stories of our Commonwealth and its people. more »

Aug 19, 2013 History

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Strike Up the Bands

Musicians find their rhythm and create the sweet harmony of community more »

Jun 26, 2013 Music

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Speed of Life

Owensboro artist Aaron Kizer is on a crusade to wring significance from life's trials and triumphs. more »

May 20, 2013 People (1 Comments)

“If Moonshine Don’t Kill Me …”

Kentucky White Lightning in Song, Story and Fact more »

Jul 27, 2012 | CULTURE |

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