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The Birthday Girl and Kitten Nap Out

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The New Kitten Has A Big Day Out

Our new kitten, Theodore Parker, has exhibited an adventurous personality early into his 8-week old life, and taken well to venturing outside. Recently he went for a car ride, where he wedged himself between my shoulder and the car seat … Continue reading

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Is Modern Life Sustainable in the Face of Climate Change

Lately it has grown impossible not to contemplate the sustainability of our modern life amongst a backdrop of hyper-partisan politics, overpopulation and global warming. Each week brings disturbing new tales of climate-related abnormalities adversely impacting our habitat. Or that a … Continue reading

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Woodstock Turns 50

August 2019 marked the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the granddaddy of all music festivals. It wasn’t the biggest festival ever, and certainly not a profitable endeavor, at least not initially. What set Woodstock apart was its agrarian nature. Set amongst … Continue reading

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Railbird Music Festival is Feast for the Senses

The inaugural Railbird music festival, held August 10-11 in Lexington, left the gate as a long shot, but for all who attended, it paid off like hitting an exacta on Derby Day. Held across the picturesque grounds at the Keeneland … Continue reading

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Hamilton Performance Dazzles the Senses

Whether one is a fan of the theater or not, it was virtually impossible to miss the promotional onslaught and news coverage surrounding “Hamilton: An American Musical” upon its arrival in Louisville for a June 4-23 engagement at the Kentucky … Continue reading

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Leah Chase, Queen of Creole Cuisine, Passes Away

She was a New Orleans original. Leah Chase, chef and restauranteur, known to the culinary world as the Queen of Creole Cuisine, passed away June 1. She was 96. For decades now Chase was widely recognized as a cultural icon, … Continue reading

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Dr. John, A New Orleans Original, Takes the Big Adios

He was known as Dr. John, the Night Tripper, part hoodoo medicine man, part psychedelic parishioner. The individual behind this persona was Mac Rebennack, who as a person and musician, embodied all the mysticism that fills the heart and soul … Continue reading

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Mueller Report Implicates Trump of Obstructing Justice

At long last the Mueller Report is here. Two years in the making, and during that period a dense cloud of trepidation enveloped Capitol Hill. For Republicans it was the prospect that damning evidence would be revealed implicating a president … Continue reading

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Sig Luscher Brewery Brings Heritage-Style Lager to Frankfort

Beer is back in Bourbon City. A new pour house has taken up residence at the crossroads of the Bourbon Trail in Frankfort, KY. Sig Luscher¬†opened its doors this past December, at 221 Mero Street, across from the Dept. of … Continue reading

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