Art + Culture

A Revolution At 33 1/3

2015 March/April

"Somewhere, in a burst of glory, sound becomes a song." -Paul Simon

 

Sing A Song Of Success

2015 January/February

If you’re ever discussing the amazing achievements of vocal students with Paducah Tilghman High School choral director Matthew Hinz, the names Jailon Chism and Blake Denson are sure to come up. Both former PTHS students, Jailon and Blake are now freshmen at the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky, respectively.

Day Trippin': Offbeat Southern Illinois

2015 January/February

Southern Illinois is known for its lush, rolling hills, laden with grapevines that give birth to a booming wine industry. Then there's Shawnee National Forest, attracting thousands of visitors to its dense flora, rocky crevasses, and panoramic cliffy heights.

 

Dressing the Part

2014 November/December Edition

“I give props to anyone who doesn’t consider themselves creative but attempts to create anyway,” says former costume designer Alex Scibetta Quigley who looks more the part of a glamorous leading lady than the seamstress working magic behind the scenes.

 

Instagram Paducah 2.0

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Social media apps such as Instragram provide us with an insider's view of the richness of life from all over the world. From China to Africa to Iceland, we are afforded a momentary glimpse of another's unique point of view.

 

Have a Barrel of Fun at Oktoberfest

2014 September/October Edition

“In 2011, my good friend Louie Kirchhoff mentioned that he had always wanted to host an Oktoberfest in Paducah,” said Landee Bryant-Greene, Executive Director of Maiden Alley Cinema. “Then he said my favorite words, ‘I want it to be a fundraiser for Maiden Alley Cinema.’”

 

Rare Art Discovered Downtown

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The unexpected revelation of historical, advertisement artwork has created quite a stir in downtown Paducah.

 

The Pied Piper of Paducah

2014 May/June Edition

It was one of those brilliant, sparkling, spring days in Paducah. You know, the kind where you slide on your shades, roll the car windows down, and turn the radio up a few more notches.

 

Happy Anniversary!

2014 March/April Edition

Mention the Carson Center to Gavin Smith and his big, brown eyes light up almost as brightly as the lights on Broadway in New York City. Just nine years old, Gavin isn’t old enough to remember a Paducah without a performing arts center, but it would be difficult to find a bigger fan than Gavin of the programs and the staff who work there.

 

Day Trippin' - Out of the Way Day Trips

2014 March/April Edition

#1 – McMinnville, Tennessee

 

Paducah is the greatest town on earth. Ask anyone. There's no denying that fact.

 

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