Category Archives: Travel

One Giant Derby Day Dilemma

It was a quiet morning at the House on the Corner. Spring had arrived in all its glory upon this first Saturday of May. With the snow gone, the grass rejoiced in the sun’s embrace, becoming a vibrant green, energized, … Continue reading

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After 8 Years on Run ‘King of Pot’ Sentenced to 57 Months

The run for legendary Kentucky pot grower, John Robert “Johnny” Boone, came to a close recently as the 74-year-old was sent to federal prison for four years and nine months under a plea deal for conspiring to grow more than 1,000 … Continue reading

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Late Night Burgers at Tolly-Ho in Lexington

Never underestimate the compelling nature of a great dive cheeseburger joint. Just ask the folks at Tolly-Ho, a late-night Lexington institution for University of Kentucky students and burger aficionados, tucked away near campus in a former dry cleaners at 606 S. … Continue reading

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Hike Up Berea’s Pinnacles Closes Out Spring Break

This weekend marked the final days of what was a three-week spring break for students in the Frankfort Independent School District. With questionable weather most of the break there was lots of gaming, binging on questionable television programming, staying up … Continue reading

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Crowds Fill DC and Beyond in “March for Our Lives”

They came from Parkland. They came from Newtown. They came from Columbine. They came from Las Vegas, Virginia Tech, Orlando, St. Louis, Atlanta, Detroit, and Chicago. People came from every corner of the country on March 24, to demonstrate in … 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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