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Culinary travel has become a really popular reason to hit the highway, whether it’s just to another neighborhood in your own town or to another city to experience their unique cuisine. Food and wine festivals are a great way to (literally) get a taste of something new while discovering your next favorite dining destination. The culinary calendar around the South is jam-packed for the first half of the year, so gas up your car and make an extra appointment with your personal trainer.

Stitching Together History - Kentucky Monthly

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 12:00 PM

The story of slave quilts begins with words passed from mouth to ear, from ear to heart, from heart to hand until, finally, the words are captured on paper.

Paducah Kentucky, A UNESCO Creative City - GoUNESCO

Friday, November 4, 2016 1:00 PM

Every year when I was a kid, my family and I took the drive from Florida to Missouri during the holidays. That 18 hour road trip was forever engrained in my head as an annual marathon of potty breaks every 2 hours, staring at the tv screen in the back of our mini van and the occasional pit stop to pick up a quick bite before we get back on the road. One city in particular we always seemed to pass through, Paducah Kentucky. I remember stopping here for food every other year, or maybe I just remember the odd name and the location we seemed to always get gasoline prior to crossing the state border (Gasoline was always more expensive in Illinois) In every case I never once would have imagined this city to be one I would be writing about in the future about its cultural craft that is apparently world famous. Two years ago I managed to drive through this city (The last time I drove through here was probably 10 years ago) and something caught my eye.