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The History of Coke & the Future of Beer

2014 September/October Edition

The story goes that when Luther Carson was rescued by boat during the 1937 flood he remarked to his boat mates that when he reached dry ground that’s where he planned to build his Coca Cola bottling building. That high point turned out to be at the corner of Broadway and Lone Oak Road.

 

Downtown's Bus Stop Brewery

2014 September/October Edition

BEER! It’s more than a beverage. It’s a rallying cry interwoven throughout human history and tradition. And, after a long dry spell, it’s returning to production right here in Paducah.

 

Can the Coke Plant be Saved?

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This article first appeared in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of Paducah Life Magazine.

 

Paducah is a city of landmarks. From Whitehaven to the Market House, buildings teeming with history dot our landscape. One of the most noticeable and iconic of them is the Coca-Cola plant in Paducah’s mid-town community.

 

From the Editor: The Lights are Bright!

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They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway. And that’s a good thing!

 

What is the significance of Paducah's Emancipation Celebration Date?

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A New Dawn, a New Day, a New Place!

2014 July/August Edition

Simply B is Broadway Bound

2014 July/August Edition

It’s like suddenly being a part of a wonderful neighborhood” -Missy Brown

 

Reverend W.G. Harvey: One Man's Journey on the Road to Civil Rights

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The Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham Lincoln’s executive order freeing slaves in the United States, went into effect January 1, 1863. Yet over a century later, full freedom for black Americans was not yet realized.

 

Having a Blast!

2014 May/June Edition

The warmth of the summer air relaxes as darkness eases into the countryside just south of Lone Oak on an early July evening. The quiet nightfall is deceiving.

 

Grab Your Partner, It's a Paducah Square Dance!

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When's the last time you heard about a community-wide square dance in Paducah? Been a while? Maybe never? J.D. Wilkes wants to change that.

 

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