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In Belize, Kentuckian Gary Garth finds common ground with a native, in the topics of fishing and basketball Read more

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Meet the chefs that make Kentucky State Parks' dining experiences deliciously memorable Read more

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Wilderness Road Guest Houses in Stanford preserve old memories, while their guests make new ones Read more

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Bourbon lore enjoys a spirited revival at the Bulleit Experience at Stitzel-Weller Distillery Read more

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Join Kentucky Monthly for a free, magical evening in a garden wonderland: Yew Dell Gardens! Read more

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Kentucky State Parks’ annual scavenger hunt puts families on the path to adventure Read more

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Feeling Lucky in Kentucky

A visit with a Kentucky physician working in Cambodia is cause for reflection and gratitude. Read more

Dec 26, 2013 12:00 PM 120 Eats

For 28 years, Bardstown coachman Jonesie has been making spirits bright. Read more

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Judge Joseph Holt, postmaster general and secretary of war under President Buchanan, was appointed by President Lincoln as the nation's first judge advocate general. His Breckinridge County home is undergoing a complete restoration. Read more

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Experience treetop (and subterranean) thrills along Kentucky’s Zipline Trail Read more

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Blooms shine along the Paducah Dogwood Trail Read more

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Bourbon isn't the only libation worthy of its own tourism trail and celebratory events. The craft beer movement is burgeoning in Kentucky. Read more

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Ready to rev your way across the hundreds of miles of Kentucky ATV trails? Here are a few places where you can begin your escapist adventures. Read more

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In the 1870s, tiny Bracken County was the nation’s leading wine producer, squeezing more than 30,000 gallons annually. At the center of the enterprise was Abraham Baker Jr., who, prior to 1853, built what is today the Baker-Bird Winery. Read more

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Housed in a courthouse building that was constructed in 1899, the Rowan County Arts Center serves the community as a base of artistic activity. Read more

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Kentucky college students study abroad and become citizens of the world. Read more

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Just in time for Valentine's Day, Kentucky's bed & breakfasts are offering specials on romantic getaways. Read more

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Stick Around, Winter

I’m loving our Kentucky winter, although the temps should be a bit lower, and I’d like to see more snow. Read more

Jan 9, 2013 2:03 PM Between the Pages

Taylorsville's Edgewater Resort gives visitors a do-over with its Reboot Retreat. You can transform your stress-filled, debt-burdened, high-fat eating lives within five days along the shores of the Spencer County lake. Read more

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