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

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

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As Kentucky celebrates its 225th birthday, we’re taking a look forward. We asked several knowledgeable people, “what will Kentucky be like in 2042?” You may be surprised by some of the answers. more

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Barren River Lake State Resort Park welcomes thousands of avian visitors more



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Copper & Kings’ edgy approach promises to shake up the spirits industry more



Joshua Lindau

The Estill County retreat reflects the dedication and inner peace of its innkeeper more


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Travel the Commonwealth and satisfy your hunger for adventure more


Writer Brock Booher motorcycles to 21 county seats and revs up a reconnection with his home state more

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Emotions run close to the surface while exploring the faraway kingdom of Cambodia more

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Photos by Tim Harris

Tucked away on 58 acres in Oldham County, Yew Dell Botanical Gardens is a Kentucky treasure more


A creamy, dreamy, delicious trip along Clark County's Beer Cheese Trail more


Riverside Inn Bed and Breakfast’s tree-lined drive and the plantation home’s white columns, black shutters and swaying porch swings welcome visitors year-round to this Gallatin County retreat on the Ohio River. more



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

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Blooms shine along the Paducah Dogwood Trail 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. more


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. more


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Courtesy of the H. Edward Richardson Collection, Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville.

Housed in a stately former post office in downtown Ashland, the Jesse Stuart Foundation fulfills many literary services to regional writers and their fans. more

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Frankfort’s Josephine Sculpture Park blends rural beauty with artistic vision. more




November 15, 2018