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A Beacon Of Hope

2017 May/June

More Than Just A Junior League

2017 May/June

When eleven-year-old Ty Elrod goes to school on Monday mornings, he finds conversations to sometimes be a bit dull. “I tell my friends about it, but they seem to be preoccupied with basketball and other stuff.”

 

Big Eatin' With Big Ed's

2017 May/June

Bloom Where You Are Planted

2017 May/June

New Music From Chris Black

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Design Destiny

2017 March/April

As Shane Mastera grew up in Murray, Kentucky, his mother was designing and crafting a future that would take them to places they never imagined. Judith, an art major, had been selling jewelry and even owned a shoe store at one point. Then, she began designing clothes on a whim, naming her clothing line Shane Lee after her two sons.

 

Feeding The Masses

2017 March/April

The Blackwell House of Couture

2017 March/April

Valentino. Lauren. Blackwell. No, not Richard Blackwell the former fashion designer of the 60s. Roby Blackwell, the Paducah fashion designer of the future.

 

Even his name is stylized. (It’s pronounced Robbie but his Mom determined the spelling had to work with his brothers’ names of Ryan and Ross—you know, four letters long.)

 

The Vine That Ate The South

2017 March/April

Adjacent a busy, Western Kentucky highway, resides a forgotten memory—a true ghost town. Obscured by trees and undergrowth, passersby are scant aware of its existence, let alone its former significance.

 

Roll Out The Barrel!

2017 March/April

"It's the coolest thing a whiskey fan could possibly do," said Paducah Bourbon Society President Brian Shemwell shortly after departing the Jim Beam distillery. He, along with other members of the society, had selected a single barrel of Knob Creek bourbon and followed it as it was processed and ultimately bottled.

 

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