J.T. Crawford

Stand-Up Folks

2016 March/April

A Discusssion With Paducah's New Comedians

 

Carl Cook's Paducah - Reviving Lost Art

2016 March/April

Carl Cook never set out to be an artist. Born in 1905 in Paragould, Arkansas, he moved to Illinois with his parents where he graduated high school and earned a Bachelor of Education from Illinois State University.

 

Off To See The Wizard! Ozzie Smith Visits Paducah

2016 March/April

A City, A Celebration

2016 March/April

The mid-1950s were a time of great progress. Music burst forth in a new movement known as rock-n-roll. Televisions, along with a host of time-saving appliances, became commonplace in many households. The first artificial satellites went into orbit as we broke across the cusp of space exploration.

 

Coming to Paducah: The Cosmic Ballet

2016 January/February

It's an event that has been in the works since the beginning of time. On August 21, 2017, the earth, moon, and sun will align in perfect unison to create a dazzling display of solar and planetary prowess.

 

Finding Home

2016 January/February

Brothers Jim and Tom DeCillis spent most of their lives as nomadic businessmen. Both worked within the energy industry, managing construction of new facilities in the oil/gas sector. Separately, they globetrotted to every continent.

 

Just Hamburgers

2016 January/February

Masters Of Illusion

2016 January/February

Succulent Summer In The Depths Of Winter

2016 January/February

Nothing beats a homegrown tomato in July. The beauty of the vine-ripened fruit, bathed in the sun, is undeniable as we savor the delicate balance between sweet and tangy. Come January, we decry the lack of tomatoes as our options dwindle to imported, often flavorless varieties shipped in from hundreds of miles away.

 

The Revival Of The Big E

2016 January/February

The most iconic component of Paducah's Executive Inn were the two, large neon Es found atop its roof. They so identified the hotel that many simply called it "The Big E."

 

When The Big E was demolished, the salvage company in charge donated the two neon letters to The Easter Seal Center to be auctioned in support of the annual telethon.

 

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