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firstname.lastname@example.orgAmong all the pastoral back roads in all of Kentucky, few would challenge the serenity, remoteness and tranquillity of Butchertown Road in Casey County. This is where Friendship Baptist Church sits on top of a hill — surrounded by a series of...
Guest columnistThe U.S. Supreme Court has given us two terms of remarkable support for free expression — in cases remarkable for speech that many, if not most, of us really, really dislike. And its ruling June 27 that the states cannot forbid the sale or rental of...
I don’t know too many people who enjoy traveling as much as I do. In fact, when I first got cancer, I told my two birth daughters the one thing I really want to do before I die is to see all 50 states. You see, I have loved to travel all my life,...
Tags: Nursing, Travel, Cancer, Health Treatments, Alaska
Margaret Johnson, 95, died Monday, June 13, 2011 at James B. Haggin Memorial Hospital in Harrodsburg. Born Jan. 1, 1916, in Boyle County, she was the daughter of the late Wiley and Cleo Johnson. Margaret was a resident of Harrodsburg Health Care Center in...
Tags: Human Interest
Fifty years ago on March 1, 1961, President John F. Kennedy signed an executive order which established the Peace Corps. Three days later, he appointed Sargent Shriver, his brother-in-law, to be the organization’s first director. Shriver was charged...
Contributing columnistFRANKFORT — TEA (Taxed Enough Already) party supporters who opposed a resolution passed by the Kentucky Senate seeking a constitutional convention to amend the Constitution to force the federal government to balance its budget showed up on the day...
The Mississippi River has risen to levels never seen in U.S. history — lapping levee tops and threatening cities and hamlets from Memphis to the Gulf. Floodwaters cover an area the size of Connecticut, the result of a record 90 inches of...
Tags: Montana, Arizona, Disasters and Accidents, Wyoming, Texas
Total time: 40 minutes Servings: 6 Note: From Nancy Silverton. Silverton says burgers are the perfect party food because the toppings can be done in advance, then guests use them to personalize their burgers. Though she offers three cheeses, she says...
Tags: Gruyere, Mayonnaise, Tomatoes, Salt, Blue Cheese
Special to the Los Angeles TimesL.A.-based designer John Eshaya is in a rockin' mood. The former vice president of women's wear for Ron Herman launched his swanky-jeans-and-tees collection, Jet by John Eshaya, in 2008 and has added leather and glazed denim (which resembles leather) to...
Denim, a simple, sturdy and relatively inexpensive material, has been associated with manual labor for much of its 200-plus-year history in the United States. But the indigo-dyed cotton fabric has undergone a transformation in the last few decades,...
Jon A. Kaplan imagines a beautiful wedding ceremony on the beaches of the Eastern Shore, followed by a big party in Baltimore, where he and partner Joel Pearson, have lived for more than a decade. Dan Gilbert likes the simplicity of signing a marriage...
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