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The Art of Math

2014 January/February Edition

Many children have followed in the footsteps of their fathers, but significantly fewer fathers have taken the lead from their children. 

Rise and Shine and Snap

2014 January/February Edition

The world reposes in a shroud of dark slumber at 4 AM. In Lower Town Paducah, a scant number of faint sounds can occasionally be heard amidst the blanket of silence. The smell of coffee emanates from Kenneth Rudolph's kitchen as he finishes off his first cup.

 

Boom! Pow! CRASH!

2014 January/February Edition

Paducah's comic book store stands guard protecting an original American art form for a legion of loyal fans

 

"'I didn't know places like this really existed! I saw something like this on TV, and I had to come see it for myself!'

 

Yeah, that's something I do hear from time to time," laughs Brent Thurston, manager at Crash! Comics.

 

Smoke Signals

2013 November/December Edition

LIFE can change in an INSTANT

2013 November/December Edition

What’s black and white, Amaro, Mayfair, Rise, Hudson, infinite other color combinations, and “read” actively by over 150 million users a month? Not a newspaper. Instagram.

 

Happy Hunting Grounds

2013 November/December Edition

A Handmade Holiday Treasure from the heart and hands of Maudine Buchanan

2013 November/December Edition

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait . . . for a Harper’s Country Ham

2013 November/December Edition

When you step into Harper’s Country Hams down in Clinton, KY, the aroma is overwhelming. Overwhelming in the most pan-fried, Southern, throwback-to-your-childhood, “Wake up! Mama’s makin’ breakfast!” kind of way. It’s the same aroma Curtis Harper smelled as a kid when his parents cured and smoked their own meats on their farm in Hickman County.

 

Strings for Hope

2013 September/October Edition

Paducah native Laura Rudolph Wilson and her family have become INSTRUMENTS of hope for the hungry.

 

Fruits of His Labor

2013 September/October Edition

Dr. Hilary Hunt is harvesting a happy ending for many local consumers as he gathers together friendship and fare.

 

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