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Hello Holiday Parade!

2018 November/December

We love a parade—and it’s even better when it celebrates the kick-off of the holiday season! The annual Paducah Christmas Parade is a throwback to yesteryear as hundreds of eager onlookers line Broadway between 2nd and 14th Streets to view a tradition nearly as old as the city itself.

 

What's UP in PADUCAH This Holiday Season?

2018 November/December

The Wild, Wild West

2018 September/October

Western Kentucky has always been a hunter’s paradise, with abundant game and lots of public land to roam. Paducah, a venerable old river town, is the ideal home base for these journeys of discovery.

 

For decades Kentucky hunters have looked west for dream trips afield.

 

Gather While Ye May

2018 July/August

Gather ye (rosebuds) while ye may.

—ROBERT HERRICK, 17th century

 

I’ve always been partial to this sentiment in both its literal and figurative influence.

 

Paducah, A Bright Star on the Great Loop

2018 July/August

There is an indelible sense of adventure and exploration woven into the American spirit—and nothing speaks to that yearning quite like our waterways. We, like those who came before us, long to follow these inland river paths to discover what lies beyond.

 

Saving the Silver Screen

2018 May/June

Cookin' By The Book

2018 May/June

Women in the south have long been a force behind successful initiatives to lift up those in need, support community causes of merit, and create cultures of social change for the neighborhoods where they abide. In the 30s in Paducah, a group of just such women formed the Charity League—an organization of like-minded women devoted to acquiring funds to undergird the local Friendly Home, which took in orphans and children in need.

Tandem Jump to Support Troops

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Class of 68

2018 May/June

1968 was a year of major transition for the U.S. The nation, mired in the midst of the Vietnam war, was in a state of unrest. We lost both Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy within the first six months. Major protests marked that year’s Democratic National Convention, and the American Civil Rights movement blossomed into a force that could not be ignored.

 

2018 Guide to Giving

2018 March/April

Paducah Life Magazine is proud to present our inaugural Guide to Giving for those who want to plan their annual charitable contributions.

 

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