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

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

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Even in the globally-connected, technology-infused 21st century, the small towns of America retain a special character that harkens back to simpler times more

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The Commonwealth’s aerospace industry blasts off more

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

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Once a regional favorite, Ale-8-One today reaches a national audience 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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Masonic Homes of Kentucky marks its 150th anniversary more

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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Legends of a quiet road in Oldham County more

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Introducing the NEW Kentucky Gift Guide, an annual supplement to Kentucky Monthly to be utilized as a source for Kentucky-made gifts throughout the year. more

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Members of the Bourbon Women Association and Bourbon Belle Society bond over their shared passion for the drink more

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Food and travel writer Dana McMahan recounts her bourbon-infused experience at the Knob Creek Campout more

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Winning Colors remains only the third, and most recent, Kentucky Derby-winning filly in the classic race’s history more

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Alvina Maynard’s Richmond-based River Hill Ranch yields alpaca fiber products and alpaca meat more

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Kentucky farriers forge science and art in caring for horses’ hooves more

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God’s Pantry Food Bank celebrates 60 years of providing assistance to Kentuckians more

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The Children’s Reading Foundation of Appalachia helps Kentucky families give their preschoolers a literacy leg up. more

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Columnist Walt Reichert shares his detailed plans for the upcoming gardening season more

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The changing faces of Kentucky’s higher education presidencies more

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