Paducah: A UNESCO Creative City

2014 January/February Edition

We think the world of Paducah! Now the world will think of us!

Boom! Pow! CRASH!

2014 January/February Edition

Paducah's comic book store stands guard protecting an original American art form for a legion of loyal fans


"'I didn't know places like this really existed! I saw something like this on TV, and I had to come see it for myself!'


Yeah, that's something I do hear from time to time," laughs Brent Thurston, manager at Crash! Comics.


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I believe.


A few years ago during the Visitors Bureau’s painstaking quest to have Paducah become a UNESCO Creative City, a local editorial writer scoffed at the idea and commented that it would never produce any “tangible return.”


Smoke Signals

2013 November/December Edition

Schools Tribute Edition - Now Available Via Mail!

2013 September/October Edition

The McCracken County High Schools Tribute Edition is now available!  Many of you who no longer live in the Paducah area have asked how you can get one. You can now order online and have it shipped to you!


This expanded, special keepsake publication covers all three McCracken County high schools: Lone Oak, Heath, & Reidland.


Strings for Hope

2013 September/October Edition

Paducah native Laura Rudolph Wilson and her family have become INSTRUMENTS of hope for the hungry.


They Make You Feel Like Dancin’

2013 September/October Edition

The Lure of the Mysterious Vampire

2013 September/October Edition

Row, Row, Row Your Boat!

2013 September/October Edition

This fall scores of oarsmen (and oarswomen) will be taking off from the shores of the Ohio River to once again row their way to fame and fortune—to support the River Discovery Center’s educational programs.


The Art of Making the Dead Come to Life

2013 September/October Edition

"Dude, you look awful!" says David Paris as he examines the face of Corey Thomas. "Really, you look like crap… just bad. And I mean that in the best of ways!"


Corey grabs a mirror and peers at his reflection. "Oh yeah, that's awesome!"


"Man, you disgust me!" laughs David.



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