The Most Fabulous of Trends: Little Girls Cut Locks for Charity

2016 July/August

A typical ballerina often wears her hair in a classic bun. At the Academy of Movement and Performing Arts, five little dancers have sacrificed their buns for charity.


Something Is Brewing

2016 May/June

On the way to work one morning, Bryan Canavan had an accident. His vehicle flipped three times off HWY 1523. The trauma caused his heart to stop beating twice. When he awoke from an induced coma, Bryan’s heart stopped again. Only this time it was from the shock of learning that his four-month-old Wild Saison Brett- spiked batch of beer had been disposed of prematurely.


On The Importance Of Paducah's The Wheelers

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Thinking Tiny, Living Large

2016 May/June

"Creature comfort goals, they only numb my soul and make it hard for me to see. My thoughts all seem to stray to places far away. I need a change of scenery." The Monkees song, Pleasant Valley Sunday, penned by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, questioned the values of suburban, American life, rethinking the mid-1960s notion of what it meant to be successful.

Over The River And Through The Woods

2016 May/June

When you want to establish your own business, sometimes, the best place to start is at your grandmother's house.


Turning Trades

2016 May/June

Darla Baker has a hard time seeing herself as an artist.


"I was in the corporate world and worked so hard for so long," she says. "I was a petroleum landman. We're talking about a completely different thing from what I'd call an artist. I was out there negotiating leases and contracts to get oil wells drilled. I am so Type A."


From The Editor: May/June 2016

2016 May/June

I have a confession to make.


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.


The Spoons In The Grass Are There To Dig A Moat

2016 March/April

Amelia Martens finds inspiration in the brief bits of time allotted a poet parent.


Necessity may be the mother of invention but for Amelia Martens, the mother of two small children, necessity was the mother of creativity.



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