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Discovering and rewarding simple acts of thoughtfulness more

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Guy Mendes

Authors who embody the character and culture of our state more

Books

Test your knowledge of Kentucky's contributions to the silver screen with our free, printable trivia quiz more

Arts & Entertainment

The Christian Appalachian Project celebrates 50 years of service more

People

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Kristin Barlowe

The Grammy Award-winning singer opens up about holiday hardships and the blessings bestowed by her fans more

Music

Paying tribute to 95 year-old veteran Ivan L. Russell of Webster County more

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Lindsey McClave

A holiday spread that pays tribute to Kentucky's culinary trends of yesteryear more

Featured

The Black Patch Tobacco War of western Kentucky more

History

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Photo by Deena Fitzpatrick

The visionary photography of Shelby Lee Adams more

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The ultimate bourbon lovers’ fantasy more

Arts & Entertainment

A good recipe becomes great when it has a story to tell more

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Elmwood Inn Fine Teas owner Bruce Richardson shares advice on how to brew the perfect pot more

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Part Pikeville museum, part post-modern, local-food destination, Matt Corbin’s pub reflects his love for his hometown more

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Cookbooks provide insight into our Commonwealth's culinary culture more

Featured

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

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Kentucky Derby Festival Princesses reign over the celebrations of spring more

People

Go Team

True confessions of a Kentuckian in Louisville who (gasp) doesn't care who wins The Game more

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Dana McMahan

Sometimes This Kentuckian Gets Fired Up

Bourbon is from Kentucky, Louisville is cool, our state kicks ass --- and other facts on which you best not contradict us more

120 Eats

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Photos by Brother Paul Quenon

For more than a century, the Abbey of Gethsemani has offered serenity, solitude and introspection in the heart of Kentucky more

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Photos by David Toczko

Louisville's 296-acre landmark is home to a nationally recognized arboretum, amazing artwork and is the final resting place for famous Kentuckians more

Places

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December 18, 2017

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December 19, 2017