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By Kathy Witt History is the adventure in Jessamine County, a region founded in 1798 just south of Lexington, Kentucky, that includes Nicholasville, its county seat, and Wilm...
By Marla Nicole Shivers Even though 95% of bourbon is “distilled, aged and bottled” in this great state, did you know there is another popular beverage that was...
Kentucky by Bicycle Ernest Hemingway once said “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast ...
Bourbon tourism has become so popular in Kentucky that a second trail has recently been added to complement the traditional Kentucky Bourbon Trail®. The Kentucky...
By Marty Rosen Back in the old days, the word “museum” might have conjured up images of stuffy exhibit halls, dim lights and dusty glass cases filled with ancient...
By Marla Nicole Shivers What comes to mind when you’re planning a special mid-week or romantic weekend getaway in Kentucky? Whether history and heritage, outdoor ...
Roasted Beet, Fennel, and Sugared Pecan Salad provided by The Governor's Mansion 1/4 cup white balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons minced shallots 2 teaspoons sugar 1 teaspo...
Baseball Diamonds & Football (Futbol) Fields: Kentucky Sports Teams It may surprise many outside The Commonwealth to learn that Kentucky is more than a diehard college ba...
By Marla Nicole Shivers One does not need to be a sommelier to appreciate the award-winning wines of Kentucky. Even though bourbon may be the most popular adult beverage pr...
By Marla Nicole Shivers The Northern Kentucky Back Roads Wine Trail, the first Kentucky wine trail, is home to these five unique wineries: Atwood Hill Winery and Vin...
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