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It’s nice to see so many people in the library this time of year. It makes perfect sense, though. The library is a great place to spend a chilly, wet afternoon in January. It’s traditional, or perhaps I should say habitual, with a lot of...
email@example.comJUNCTION CITY — It was a teachable moment, and being a retired teacher, Margaret Frisby not only recognized it but was inspired by it. Over Memorial Day Weekend, Frisby’s young grandsons made it known that they did not have any American flags...
firstname.lastname@example.orgArthur Sze wasn’t on the path to becoming a poet when he entered university. He was good at math and science and was looking to follow in the steps of his chemical engineer father. He started at M.I.T. It was there he began to write — and...
The first of three planned Friends of the Library programs for April will be a talk by Pulitzer-nominated poet Maurice Manning 12 p.m. Monday at the Boyle County Public Library community room. “Poetry and the Process of Imagination” is the...
email@example.comGRAVEL SWITCH — Authors and entertainers from across the state will converge on this small hamlet to celebrate Kentucky Writers Day. Presented by Historic Penn’s Store since 1997, the weekend event celebrates the “written word,”...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLOUISVILLE — Looking for Lilith Theatre Company is celebrating Women’s History month with a theatrical adaptation of “Beyond the Blue Mountains.” It is based on Kentucky writer Jane Wilson Joyce’s book of poetry by the same...
email@example.comAn award-winning poet will appear Jan. 18 to read from his works and has hinted at offering a brief lesson during a special Lunch with the Arts presentation at the Boyle County Public Library. Maurice Manning, a Danville native and Yale Younger Poets...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — A 2000 Danville High School graduate will read from his second book of poetry at a book launch Thursday in Lexington. Jude Lally will read from “I’m Fine, but Thanks for Asking.” The evening also is the five-year...
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Trimble wins USTA¿scholarship Winchester native Grace Trimble, a freshman on the University of Kentucky tennis team, recently received the Dwight F. Davis Memorial Scholarship from the United States Tennis Association of Kentucky. The $7,500 Dwight F....
email@example.comUniversity of Houston professor David Mikics will present a convocation focused on William Shakespeare Thursday at Centre College. In his lecture, Mikics will connect Shakespeare’s sonnets to his plays, showing how in the sonnets Shakespeare...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPERRYVILLE — A “light bulb” moment led a regional writer to organize a poetry walk this month in Boyle County. “It was one of those ‘Wouldn’t it be great if?’ moments,” said Richmond resident and poet...
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