One of the biggest pop culture icons of the 1970s and 1980s was Louisville-native, Morganna the Kissing Bandit
Bet you didn’t know the cheeseburger was created right here at Kaelin’s Restaurant in Kentucky! Well at least according to some. (And we believe them.)
Unfortunately, the first Chevrolet Corvette wasn’t produced in Kentucky. That honor goes to Flint, Michigan. BUT! We do lay claim to all of the Corvettes produced since 1981. But we’re big fans of history here, just as much as we love our culture today. So, here’s to you Flint, Michigan, and the 1953 Corvette! Without your “Polo White” exterior and lack of outside door handles (really!) Bowling Green, Kentucky, would be without one of the coolest and most unique museums in the world.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Bill Goodman on One to One on KET. We chatted about some of our favorite destinations, how we got started road tripping (and blogging), and some of our recommendations for new road trips.
Kentucky is known for its beautiful Thoroughbred race horses. Here’s our silly advice on how to handle them.
Possum Trot. Monkeys Eyebrow, 88. You’ll love these amazing town names across the state.
Kentucky has had more than a few unique slogans throughout its history. Here are some of our favorites.
Between 1935 and 1975, most everyone sent to prison for drugs in the U.S. was sent to the U.S. Narcotic Farm located in Lexington.
Hey Seinfeld fans: Meet the REAL J. Peterman. He’s a real guy and he’s really from Kentucky.
Everyone passing through Versailles, Kentucky into Lexington has seen this castle sitting up on the hill in Woodford County. Man, does it have a story to tell.