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January 4, 2018
Kristofer Lee Bentley

Kristofer Lee Bentley, Sundy Best and the Kentucky music revolution

By Anna Kline After just a few minutes of conversation with Kristofer Lee Bentley, it is evident there’s just something about him. You get that feeling he is on an extraordinary journey. It’s doubtful those who have met him would dispute this statement: he is an east Kentucky oracle — […]
December 11, 2017
Archer Park Christmas Lights

Archer Park lights make it a Christmas you won’t forget

There is something enchanting about the warm glow of Christmas lights lining rooftops, spiraling around porch columns, and shimmering through neighborhood windows. They fill our heads with heartfelt memories, laughter, and that unavoidable dose of family craziness to keep us on our toes. We like to think there’s nowhere else […]
November 1, 2017
Vicki Bee's Pimento Cheese

‘The cheese light is on!’: Kentucky Proud Vicki Bee’s Pimento Cheese

A tall stack of tart dill pickles sits on the plate next to a beautifully grilled golden-brown pimento cheese sandwich. A bag of potato chips lays within arm’s reach. “We’ll make us a sandwich,” Vicki Burke Brown says and smiles as she shares stories of her childhood in Prestonsburg. She […]
September 5, 2017
Prestonsburg elk tours

Prestonsburg elk tours offer inspiring look at nature

By Anna Kline The big blue school bus pulled up outside the May Lodge at the Jenny Wiley State Resort and Park, bright and early. Well, the early part is right but it wasn’t bright outside, and there was no sign of a sunrise yet. It was long before we […]