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Fa-tile Attraction

2013 May/June Edition

Mah Jongg, a Chinese tile game, has become the weekly obsession of a group of twelve Paducah women.

P is for Paducah: B is for the Mayor's Book Club

2013 May/June Edition

The rotunda at Paducah's City Hall is normally a fairly quiet place on Wednesday mornings. Outside of a few faint voices and the occasional footsteps traveling between offices, the air is calm and still. Early one Wednesday morning in April, however, a child's voice could be heard. "A is for the arts. We love the arts in Paducah because they make our town distinctively creative!"

Meredith Schroeder: This Year's Quilt Hall of Fame Inductee

2013 May/June Edition

Would it be a stretch to liken Paducah's Meredith Schroeder to the Beatles?

 

For the Chapman Family, Life is Like a Mountain Highway

2013 May/June Edition

Paducah's Culinary Influence: The Paducah Pie

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An old Paducah recipe is now a huge hit in Pennsylvania. See how this pie artist pays hommage to his great, great grandmother with the Paducah Pie!

LIFE keeps going round and round at Skateland

2013 March/April Edition

"This place is exactly the same as it was when I was kid." Connie Markgraf hears that often. As owner of Paducah's Kingsway Skateland, she has seen many changes at the local roller rink. They have been so subtle, however, that to most, Kingsway truly appears the same as it did when it opened in 1973.

January of this year marked the 40th anniversary of the Paducah landmark.

Super Bowl Champion

2013 March/April Edition

For Bryan Hall, that has a certain ring to it!

Juniors Join the Jam!

2013 March/April Edition

By the beginning of 2012, WKRR head coach Barbie Clark (aka Barba Fett) was ready to start a Junior League. Her own children, along with other skaters' kids, were showing interest in the sport.

A Bit of Derby Background

2013 March/April Edition

Debuting in Chicago in 1935, the Roller Derby started as a simple race between two-person skating teams. By the late 1930s, organizers allowed physical contact between skaters, and the core of the sport was formed. Around 2001, roller derby reemerged as a true sport in Austin, TX. Today there are over 1200 leagues world wide.

Off to the Derby

2013 March/April Edition

For these western Kentucky women GOING TO THE DERBY takes on a whole new meaning!

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