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email@example.comWine lovers and those who want to get out and mingle and hear some live music will have the opportunity next weekend as the 10th annual Kentucky Wine and Vine Fest takes over downtown Nicholasville. A tasting party at Euro's Wine & Tapas Bar, 102 S....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe ninth annual Kentucky Wine and Vine Festival will take over downtown Nicholasville May 18-19. As in years past, the event will feature a Kentucky Wine Country Bus Tour on Friday, May 18. For $65, tour attendees can travel to area wineries,...
Tags: Wines, Entertainment, Festive Events, Viniculture, Music
email@example.comEric Church always wanted to be a songwriter. Even when he was a little kid, singing in church, he wanted to write. “I think, really, sometime around 15 years old, I got my first guitar and started writing songs for the first time with the guitar,...
For Food on the TableWith the fun parades, cute symbols, and tasty food; everyone loves to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! But the origin of this popular Irish holiday dates back one thousand years and is to honor the death of St. Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe 2011 Oktoberfest event, set for Saturday, will celebrate crafts beers and offer festival-goers more options from which to choose. In addition, food vendors will be on hand selling edibles. Expected are Marksbury Farm, 303W; Lucky Dog BBQ; a joint...
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HARRODSBURG — Rolling bluegrass, rich American history, celebrated comfort food and renowned southern hospitality are hallmarks of the Beaumont Inn experience. But many visitors to this one-of-a-kind historic inn arrive hoping to become steeped in...
email@example.comIt hasn't taken long for Danville to write some history since going wet last year. In fact, the owners of the town's second and newest brewing operation will tell you last month's opening makes Danville the per-capita capital of microbrewing. "There is...
Contributing WriterOld maps are a good resource of genealogical research for those who want to see where their ancestors lived in earlier times. The 1876 map of Boyle County a good source, since it shows residents who lived in towns and along the countryside. It lists...
LEXINGTON — Kentucky wine and local fare will be offered Sept. 4 for the second annual “Vintage Kentucky: A toast to Henry Clay.” The wine-tasting will begin at 1 p.m. and will include Kentucky wineries who will serve and sell their...
Staff WriterAndy Cooper has done it all. “When you get to be 77 years old, you’ve been on a lot of road. A lot of road,” he said. Cooper, a Lancaster resident, is wheelchair bound after a stroke in 1990 paralyzed the left side of his body. He...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe weekend of the Great American Brass Band Festival will coincide with the anniversary of the first legal alcohol sales after Danville went wet last spring and there will be a celebration at the spot where the first sale was made. V-The Market owner...
It is easy during the winter months when the weather is frightful to treat ourselves to an extra cup of hot chocolate or several sweet treats. Those extra calories can really pack on the pounds. The number of calories we eat is directly related to...
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