J.T. Crawford

Ten Holiday Songs to Refresh Your Musical Palette

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I love Christmas music! If this is truly the most wonderful time of the year, and I believe it is, then the songs we use to celebrate are truly a major key to that festive feeling. 

 

From Our Table to Yours: Christmas Stollen

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Christmas Stollen by J.T. Crawford, Associate Editor / Editorial Photographer

From Table to Tradition: Shelby Durham's Green Bean Bundles

2012 Nov/Dec Edition

 

We asked these three families to share a cherished recipe that has been taken from the table to become a time-honored tradition in the family kitchen. Each started with a different take on family fare, but all of these stories and recipes have now become staples of a special time and place within each succeeding generation.
 

Rock to Mister J.S. Bach!

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In Paducah Life's summer issue, we told you about local storyteller Retta Folsom's book Mozart Was a Little Boy, a project she completed after struggling to find the perfect book for the McCracken County Library and the Paducah Symphony Orchestra's Musical Story Time.

 

The Sun Shines Bright on Their Old Kentucky Home

2012 Nov/Dec Edition

Have you ever had a dream; something that you thought was unattainable, out-of-reach, pie-in-the-sky? It's a dream that you put away on a shelf and took out only when life was at its most overwhelming.  It's a dream that you never thought in your wildest imaginings would ever come true.

Going Green at Ferguson

2012 Nov/Dec Edition

We heard it through the pipeline that going green is going great at Ferguson

They Still Make Tupperware?

2012 Nov/Dec Edition

Kerie Crawford is refashioning the early art of the shirtwaist, the kitchen container party, and the cultural reclamation of actually getting people together in person.

Places to See - The Pumpkin Barn

2012 Sept/Oct Edition

Cinderella, Full Moon, Cotton Candy, Crystal Star, and the Red Warty Thing. Are these keywords from an ancient fairy tale? Hardly. They are actually just a few of the varieties of pumpkins grown right here in Western Kentucky in Melber at the Pumpkin Barn.

 

Hillbilly Stills

2012 July/August Edition

 

Willie Green piled the hickory logs high on the tiny wooden cart hitched to his horse, Buddy. He could barely see in the dark of the night, but the moon cast just enough light to get by. He heaved the last log on top of the pile, walked up to Buddy’s head, rubbed the old horse on the nose, and said, “Well friend, here we go.” 

 

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