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Tired of 2018? Visit the Jane Austen and Kentucky Highland Renaissance festivals this summer and escape into the past Text and Photos by Joel Sams more

Arts & Entertainment

Summer. And the endless rains of late winter and early spring have, like the dawn dew, largely evaporated, replaced by a relentless heat that builds with a stifling, torch-like crescendo throughout June and July until it presses as an anvil ... more

Field Notes

While it’s true that bluegill, a favorite of many fly fishermen, generally are not choosy about fly patterns, fly placement and movement are important. more

Field Notes

While crappie can be caught year-round, the golden fishing window for them occurs in April. more

Field Notes

Pine Mountain Settlement School puts visitors in touch with nature, while boosting the local economy Text and Photos by Kim Kobersmith more

Places

Kirk Alliman takes his trusty bicycle on a trip to Kentucky’s beginnings more

Featured

Once prominent in Kentucky’s agricultural industry, hemp is being cultivated again in the Commonwealth by farmers for research projects more

Featured

Kayak fishing is the new trend for anglers. more

Field Notes

Ballard County craftsman blends history with nature to create striking modern designs more

People

In this installment of “24 Hours in …” our writer visits Owensboro and gives you the scoop on what to do, where to eat, what to see and where to stay. more

24 Hours

Recreational camping is a hugely popular pursuit, and many visit Kentucky, a camping-friendly destination. more

Field Notes

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October 21, 2018