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  • Secrets of Bardstown Kentucky exposed
    Secrets of Bardstown Kentucky exposed
    You may have come via the Bourbon Trail, but one drive down Main Street (it’s actually called N. 3rd Street) and this little community is going to grab you. Voted “Most Beautiful Small Town in America,” you’ll love the...
  • Out in the country - Boyce General Store
    Out in the country - Boyce General Store
    Out in the country, away from the crowds, on a twisting country road, sets an unassuming little white building – Boyce General Store. Not located in Boyce (that’s another 150 feet down the road,) it’s actually located at 10551...
  • Lost River Cave
    Bowling Green for food and fun - 10 ideas to try
    South Central Kentucky has a lot of attractions worthy of a long weekend or a week-long trip this summer. From caving, to zip-lining, to Corvettes to dinosaurs; there’s bound to be something of interest to the entire family.Situated right...
  • Moonshine
    Lebanon Kentucky - five don't miss sites
    Lebanon Kentucky can boast being both at the crossroads of the Bourbon Trail and the Bourbon Craft Experience. For such a small place, they pack a bunch of places you won’t want to miss.Probably known to many as the home of cable TV’s...
  • Corvettes pulled from the earth in Bowling Green, KY
    Corvettes pulled from the earth in Bowling Green, KY
    For years, the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky has been a mecca for this classic sports car's devotees. The 115,000 square foot building beautifully documents the history of this "gotta-get-one" vehicle. From...
  • Robert Irvine host of Restaurant: Impossible
    'Restaurant: Impossible' revisits Coach Lamp Restaurant & Pub
    On last night's episode of "Restaurant: Impossible," Robert Irvine went to Louisville, Ky. in this episode titled “Restaurant More Impossible: Outside the Box.” With just two days and a budget of $10,000, can he and his...
  • York St. Cafe in Newport, Ky.
    York St. Cafe One Exceptional Place to Dine
    One of my favorite restaurants I enjoy visiting is the York St. Cafe. The restaurant is located in historic Newport Ky. a city along the Banks of the Ohio River. York St.’s Café has a very charming and nostalgic like a classic place out the...
  • Kentucky sheriff won’t file charges against owner of emaciated horse
    Kentucky sheriff won’t file charges against owner of emaciated horse
    WKYTreported on Thursday that a horse found starving and near death was rescued. Yet the local sheriff isn't filing any charges against the owner.The emaciated filly was rescued by Justice for Abused Animals. JFAA went out to the property on...
  • The Turtleman File
    The Turtleman File
    For 40 years, Ernie Brown, Jr., aka the Turtleman, has been pond diving all over Kentucky and beyond in search of snapping turtles. Born and raised in Washington County, Ky., he whiled away many an hour becoming one with nature – and the...
  • Follow in the footsteps of Animal Planet’s Turtleman
    Follow in the footsteps of Animal Planet’s Turtleman
    Ernie Brown, Jr., aka the Turtleman, has faced down many a vicious animal, including giant snapping turtles, snakes, skunks, raccoons and wild hogs, in most cases trapping the critters with his bare hands.But a trail in Lebanon, Ky., named in...
  • Kevin Pennington
    Discrimination is alive in KY as Jenkins Cousins get off in gay hate crime trial
    Justice may be an early riser this Oct. 25 morning but prejudice and discrimination caught the worm this time. At 8:30 a.m. the gay media and the blogosphere has been spinning about the fact that KY Cousins Anthony Jenkins and David Jenkins just...
  • Leon Russell plays Louisville
    Leon Russell at Headliners Music Hall, Louisville Kentucky
    Leon Russell thrilled a packed Headliners Music Hall, Monday evening. The legendary singer/songwriter used his historical music catalogue and mixed in a few covers to entertain the middle age audience many who drove several hours to see the show....
  • 2012 Week of the Eagles, schedule and list of events
    2012 Week of the Eagles; The Run for the Fallen and schedule of events
    In my last article, I shared the valiant and rich history of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, written in conjunction with the installations celebration of the 70th 101st Airborne Anniversary, Week of the Eagles, beginning August 10th thru the 17th. With...
  • Zombie heap
    5K Zombie run scares hundreds in Kentucky (video included)
    BUTCHERTOWN, Ky--- Organizers for the 1st annual 5k Zombie Survival Run in Kentucky were surprised by the large turn-out as participants ran “for dear life” to avoid throngs of the undead through out the course.About 700 people signed...
  • Cappy's Incredible Caramel Corn
    Not Your Typical Caramel Corn
    Caramel corn over the years has gotten a bad rap. You typically get it around this time of year in the big holiday tins that you don’t really want. When you go to eat it – its typically hard and stale – and it goes straight into...