Darlene Mazzone

Bourbon-Infused Strawberries

2013 March/April Edition

Get the recipe for the Derby Party hit!

Irvin Cobb's Mint Juleps

2013 March/April Edition

 

After disclaiming both "pretenders and upstarts" from other states who attempted to produce the famous drink, Irvin Cobb once plainly stated, "There is but one bona fide mint julip... [it is] indigenous to the Bluegrass."

 

Making a Scene

2013 March/April Edition

In love with wallpaper but think it’s not “now” anymore? Now hear this! Style is what YOU make it and if wallpaper is beautiful in your eyes, then your walls will be beautiful, too. 

Hearts of Saints

2013 March/April Edition

Paducah natives Craig Felker and Jesse Grisham and their critically acclaimed band Hearts of Saints recently released their sophomore CD,For All of Us. Featuring executive producer Ainslie Grosser (Jesus Culture, Matt Redman); producer Michael Farren, known for writing modern worship staples “Let it Rain” and “Let the Worshippers Arise"; and Grammy Award-winning producer Andy Hunt (Buddy Guy, Matthew West), the album contains not only Hearts of Saints’ signature catchy rock anthems, but also Scripture-heavy songs for the church to sing.

Bringing the Derby Home

2013 March/April Edition

Don and Holly Mattingly devote one day in May to a Kentucky tradition on their hometown turf

Welcome to our World!

2013 March/April Edition

Genevieve Postlethwait joins PADUCAH LIFE Magazine as Associate Editor.

From the Editor

2013 March/April Edition

I REALLY hate it when people come to realize that I hail from the west “coast” of Kentucky and make the assumption that I am uncultured, illiterate, biased, and provincial or ALL of the aforementioned.

 

Introducing Ephemera Paducah!

Exclusive Online Content

Uh-fem-er-ah {Items of memorabilia, typically written or printed, originally expected to have a short life, but salvaged and savored by astute everyday artists!}

 

Local author Chris Skates writes his way to Washington

2013 Jan/Feb Edition

How did one Paducah man manage to eat breakfast in Washington, D.C., with a Harvard trained astrophysicist and a moon-walking astronaut? Simple, he wrote a political thriller involving one of the hottest topics in the environmental movement—climate change.



 

Happiness in the face of harsh reality

2013 Jan/Feb Edition

To stubbornly accept gladness, we must stop believing that we can be sad enough to make a sad person happy.

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