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New life for an historic building. New southern cuisine for downtown Paducah.

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley has come home to her roots.

 

Inch By Inch, Row By Row, They're Going To Make Their Gardens Grow

2015 July/August

If you have ever set your hand to gardening as a novice, you know it is not as simple as putting seeds in the ground and waiting for them to grow. Gardening is equal parts science and art. It is a learned skill. And these Master Gardeners have studied, worked the soil, and enjoyed the fruits of their labors.

 

DOUG WILSON

 

Piping Hot!

2015 July/August

Photos by Glenn Hall

 

Paducah’s newest tea and coffee shop is blending an English aesthetic with some American ingenuity and the results are simply delicious.

 

For Peter and Amber Barnett, business and passion are brewed from a cup of Earl Grey tea.

 

Resurrecting Memories & Recreating The Old Country Store

2015 July/August

Until recently, sitting out front of the old general store, as one sipped on colas and argued politics, was a faint memory of Paducah’s not-so-distant past. Crystal and Martin Troutt are resurrecting those memories after bringing new life to a couple of once desolate lots in the Lower Town Arts District.

 

The Fruits Of Their Labor: Lessons In Life, Love, & Peaches

2015 July/August

“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Cozy rays of summer sun nudge their way through the leaves of the trees of the neatly-rowed, peach tree orchard. The grass is still wet as even the dew has not been aroused from its slumber. Not a single sound is heard. All appears asleep this early in the morning.

Boots & Bangles

The Wedding Book 2015

There was definitely a little horsing around going on at this wedding.

 

Counting Their Chickens

2015 July/August

"A chicken ain't nothin' but a bird," Cab Calloway sang. It's a catchy tune, but you probably won't find Rachel English, Dia Canter, or Melinda Winchester humming along. Unexpectedly, these three ladies found beauty in barnyard fowl, and now they share a passion for all things poultry.

 

RACHEL ENGLISH

 

I Didn’t Go To Woodstock In The 60s, So I Decided To Go To Bonnaroo In My 60s.

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Making Music Come To LIFE

2015 May/June

Outside of his son, a curly haired cutie named Liam with a shock of Scottish Highlands red hair, Mark Evitts’ only other love is music. It started early and it has now grown into a complex, alternating harmonic and dissonant blend of scores and arrangements that range from down-home Nashville country sounds to the full-bodied orchestrations of symphonic strings.

 

Getting The Goods

2015 May/June

These are only a few of the rules and regulations of what Kristin Williams and Holly King refer to as the “high holy days” of the 400-mile sale across Kentucky’s scenic historic Highway 68.

 

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