Quilted with Love

The Contented Heart Quilt Guild provides invaluable community service



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


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


Pennington Proves Archival Worthy

Poet Laureate Lee Pennington went in search of a nice, sturdy, fireproof filing cabinet to house his quirky collection of Kentucky literary artifacts. What he ended up with was a new archival wing in the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library. more

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Owensboro educators, advocates and students carry the torch of bluegrass music’s legacy more



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Against the backdrop of the historic Twin Spires, more than 500 people live, work and create a community more


The star garden designer's path to success started with a unique Kentucky upbringing. more


A new group of musicians will soon have their names inscribed in the history books as members of the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. more



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With a coaching win rate of 83 percent, you'd better believe Western Kentucky University coach Ray Harper knows what he's doing. more


Self-described “country boys” Harold Knight and David Hale turn friendship and a love of hunting into a decades-long business phenomenon. more

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Fess Halcomb knows he is a blessed man. He spent six decades with a love of a lifetime. more

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Janine Washle of CloverField Farms & Kitchen in Big Clifty lends her tasty talents to Kentucky Monthly. more

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Mark Twain once argued, “The clothes make the man.” Crittenden Rawlings is the man who makes the clothes... more


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

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“… for the better”

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A couple’s labor of love transforms trash into the stories of a community. more

Arts & Entertainment

Lexington man's spirit of giving lives on. more


Jessica Casebolt of Pikeville is standing tall. more


Among the rugged industry of Louisville’s southwest side, award-winning writer Frank Bill finds inspiration for his fiction. more

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My father would have been the first to tell you that he was not a hero, but he was a hero to me... more


The James Graham Brown Cancer Center's Barbara Kruse lends a caring hand - and more - to cancer patients. more


Musician J.D. Shelburne has a dream and he believes “Farmboy,” his new single from I’ll Be Your Cowboy may make it happen... more

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