Darlene Mazzone

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!

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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.

An Inspiring Inspiration Board

2013 Jan/Feb Edition

Betsy Burkeen shows us how to keep your inspiration always in view  


Build It And They Will Come

2012 Sept/Oct Edition

We often become acutely aware that there are no limits to the dreams that can be realized when just one positive outcome begins to build on another.


Creating an Anti-Bullying Campaign

2012 March/April Edition

More than 250,000 students are physically attacked in secondary schools each MONTH.


Susan Guess is a mother on a mission.


Going Green Excerpt

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Paducah author Chris Skates was invited to the nation's capital recently following the publication of a novel which touched on the controversies surrounding the industrial involvement of climate change.  


It was love at first bite

2012 July/August Edition

It was love at first bite Andy Carloss brings his affection for Paducah, produce, and becoming a proprietor to fruition with the creation of the new Midtown Market



“It’s exciting!” Andy Carloss comments. And he’s not the only one who feels that way.



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