Darlene Mazzone

From The Editor: May/June 2016

2016 May/June

I have a confession to make.

 

Here we go! Hello next quarter century!

2016 January/February

Every time I say aloud that we’ve been doing PADUCAH LIFE Magazine for 25 years I get this sort of shiver down my spine. And when I choose the phrase “quarter century,” y’all I just feel a bit weak in the knees.

 

The Art Of The Letter

2015 November/December

“A letter should be regarded not merely as a medium for the communication of intelligence,” advised an 1876 guide to the art of epistolary etiquette, “but also as a work of art.”

 

Last Christmas I ran across this quote in an essay on the lost art of letter writing, and I was inspired.

 

New Life for an Historic Building. New Southern Cuisine for Downtown Paducah

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley Has Come Home To Her Roots.

 

New life for an historic building. New southern cuisine for downtown Paducah.

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley has come home to her roots.

 

Making Music Come To LIFE

2015 May/June

Outside of his son, a curly haired cutie named Liam with a shock of Scottish Highlands red hair, Mark Evitts’ only other love is music. It started early and it has now grown into a complex, alternating harmonic and dissonant blend of scores and arrangements that range from down-home Nashville country sounds to the full-bodied orchestrations of symphonic strings.

 

Getting The Goods

2015 May/June

These are only a few of the rules and regulations of what Kristin Williams and Holly King refer to as the “high holy days” of the 400-mile sale across Kentucky’s scenic historic Highway 68.

 

You Can Go Home Again

2015 March/April

In the stately house that sits pristinely on a quiet street in Paducah’s West End, it’s a bit difficult to discern where one generation ends and another begins. 

Moms On The Move

2015 March/April

They come from every “walk” of life—from healthcare, public relations, catering, education, administration. They span a generation. Between them they have 12 children ranging in age from newborn to 22. They live in town and out in the country. 

The Things That Matter

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As I sat in my pew on a February Sunday afternoon, I was witness to an insightful anecdote. The minister told a story about a small boy and his grandfather who, as they were strolling along a lonely stretch of ocean shoreline, found hundreds of stranded starfish left on the sandy beach to die. As the little boy encountered each one, he would gently pick it up and put it back into the rippling tide of the clear ocean water.

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