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By Gwen Heffner Part of the excitement during the holidays is shopping for the perfect gift for family and friends and the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea is just the plac...
By Kathy Witt Rand McNally and USA Today call it the “Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” Travel + Leisure says you’ll find “America’s Most ...
Kentucky’s two largest cities, Louisville and Lexington, have all the ingredients for a pleasure-filled urban getaway for girlfriends. Eclectic cuisine, unique shopp...
By Marty Rosen Early one morning as our rented canoe slipped past a grass island on the South Fork of the Licking River, we startled a blue heron. Then it startled us, with ...
By Bob Adams Throughout Kentucky, unspoiled back roads begging for exploration beckon to motorcycle riders. Bikers in the Bluegrass state know it offers some of the most in...
By Kathy Witt If you think Kentucky is only about horses and bourbon, then make your way to the western part of the commonwealth to experience a whole other side: Bluegrass,...
After a long dry spell, bourbon distilling is returning to downtown Louisville with three new distillery projects currently in the works. Until the 1920s, a portion of Main St...
By Marty Rosen Many travelers know Bowling Green as a land of caves and Corvettes. But Bowling Green is also a cosmopolitan college town with a flourishing cultural scene, p...
Poke sallet, mushrooms, watermelons and apples. Sorghum, spoonbread, beer cheese, fried chicken and, of course, barbecue. These are just some of the mouthwatering foods celebr...
By Cory Ramsey I grit my teeth and realize I actually have grit in there to grit. My face is a glorious mess, a wet combination of mud and a rain shower that's just starte...
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