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Nationally known wood carver Minnie Adkins helped create the eastern Kentucky arts scene more
Now twice its former size, the freshly renovated Speed Art Museum reopens this month more
Kentucky farriers forge science and art in caring for horses’ hooves more
Richard and Roz Roney-Dougal of The White Horse Collection create and sell exquisitely designed jewelry more
Alvina Maynard’s Richmond-based River Hill Ranch yields alpaca fiber products and alpaca meat more
Harlan’s Jordan Smith is Kentucky Monthly’s 2015 Kentuckian of the Year more
This year, the Hall of Fame committee has selected five writers whose work spans from the 19th century to the present day. The 2016 inductees are Bobbie Ann Mason, James Lane Allen, Harlan Hubbard, Alice Hegan Rice and Jean Ritchie. more
With select farmers markets open year-round, there are flavorful local options for Kentuckians to enjoy in the chilly months more
Carol Martin Gatton’s gift for succeeding in business enables him to contribute to education more
The winning entries in Kentucky Monthly's 8th Annual Writers' Showcase more
Members of Trikes for Tikes volunteer their time to give new life to old bicycles and tricycles. more
The lake region of western Kentucky provides a haven for the majestic American Bald Eagle. more
Central Kentucky’s Iroquois Hunt Club marks the annual Blessing of the Hounds. more
The Commonwealth honors its soldiers with The Kentucky Veterans of the Year Program. more
The last installment of Kentucky Monthly's series 120 Eats: A Quest to Taste Kentucky’s Best appears in the November issue, in which Dana McMahan takes readers to Red River Rockhouse in Wolfe County. more
Gary Garth follows up on the investigation of the mountain lion killed in Bourbon County last December. more
Executive Chef Josh Bettis of The Brown Hotel in Louisville takes readers around the world with creative, internationally inspired recipes, including this one, using Thanksgiving leftovers. more
Keeneland hosts Thoroughbred racing’s premier championship event, the Breeders’ Cup. more
Debra and Mike Kersey exercise their artistic impulses with vastly different creations. more
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