Category Archives: Events

A Saturday in Lexington with the New UK Wildcats

As football nears its college playoff conclusion, it tends to get lost that basketball is well underway. Regardless of UK’s bowl destination, the tip-off of basketball season is always welcomed in the Bluegrass. Coach John Calipari has another crop of … Continue reading

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A Birthday Dinner of Shepherd’s Pie

My 12-year old, Jacy, turned 13 over the Thanksgiving break. I was flattered that he requested I cook him my Shepherd’s Pie and we celebrate at home this year. Of course this means he’ll score heftier portion sizes than served … Continue reading

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Rivalry Game Ends in Rout As Louisville Crushes Kentucky

Blue skies and sunshine were in abundance Saturday in Lexington as in-state rival Louisville visited Kroger Field to take on the Kentucky Wildcats. Optimism was high for a competitive game as the kickoff sailed downfield in this early noon game, … Continue reading

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Wild Turkey Country is a Thanksgiving Must

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! As a food fan, I love me some Thanksgiving. Sure it’s just dinner and such, but any time there is a situation that devotes a chunk of Wednesday to shopping and prep, along with a full day … Continue reading

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Food Trucks at Work Picnic Make for Pleasant Wednesday

As the saying goes, there are no free lunches, but at least I didn’t have to pack one for Wednesday. As a small gesture of thanks for the long hours and anxiety recently visited upon my workplace, NTT Data Consulting, … Continue reading

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Radiohead Rock Atlanta

Finally it was Radiohead Day. We arrived in Atlanta Friday night – dined impeccably at Noble Fin that evening, and Saturday at the Atlanta Breakfast Club, taken in whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium, but those were merely fringe benefits … Continue reading

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Fifteen Years After 9/11 and America Continues to Adapt to the Violence

It’s amazing how quickly the unsettling feeling returns to my gut as I watch historical coverage of the 9/11 attacks. Most of my emotion from that day still resides inside because there is no box that can neatly contain such … Continue reading

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