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Kristy Robinson Horine

Going North – A Creative Memory Because October Seems to Do That

My family sometimes calls him The Colonel, partly because of the Army, and partly because, back then, men were harder on their boys. With five to raise, I imagine orderliness was paramount. But he isn’t hard on me — the first granddaughter. more

A Kentuckian in Paris

Just Keep Swinging

Life — like baseball and calving season — takes time, and there is something to be said about waiting and working and giving. more

A Kentuckian in Paris

The Summer Smell

Tomato is the smell of my red (and my hands). From the vine on the breath of the coon who stole them from my patch of ground. more

A Kentuckian in Paris

Mountains and Molehills—Shovel, Please

One Tuesday last year, between Christmas and Jan. 1, I called my health insurance company to check on a claim status. Wendy took my call, answered my questions and suggested a solution. more

A Kentuckian in Paris

Bullfrog, Speak!

Right along dusk not too long ago, we walked to the pond on the farm where I grew up. Sadie, at 4 years old, wore her galoshes and galloped ahead of us down the gravel drive... more

A Kentuckian in Paris

In Medias Res

I wrote the introduction to this blog several years ago. I had been freelancing with Kentucky Monthly for over a year and they just kept letting me write about the cool and interesting Kentucky people and events that I discovered... more

A Kentuckian in Paris

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Doug Jackson

Authors Liz Curtis Higgs and Bill Higgs meld their differing personalities into a Christian version of yin and yang more

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David Toczko

John McGinnis: A Fisher of Men more

People

UofL med students run to honor kids in the race of their lives more

Featured

Were quilts with coded symbols used to guide slaves to freedom through the Underground Railroad? more

History

In the early 20th century, Katherine Pettit and May Stone began educational and community assistance programs in eastern Kentucky that have had a lasting impact. more

Education

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

Education

Members of Trikes for Tikes volunteer their time to give new life to old bicycles and tricycles. more

People

The Commonwealth honors its soldiers with The Kentucky Veterans of the Year Program. more

People

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

Featured

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

Education

Kentucky woodworkers craft high-quality, aesthetically pleasing furniture. more

Arts & Entertainment

On Friday, May 15, 2015, folks from around the state will converge at Keeneland for the 35th Annual Taste of the Bluegrass, benefiting God’s Pantry Food Bank, headquartered in Lexington. more

News & Contests

Meet Don Morton, who works with H.E. “Tex” Sutton Forwarding Company, which specializes in the air transport of horses more

People

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Brett Bentley

Blacksmiths forge passion and metal into art more

Arts & Entertainment

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October 25, 2018

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October 28, 2018