Have trouble finding the monument to Louisville’s “Happy Birthday Sisters?” You’re not alone. But that may be changing!
Sweet or Savory, everyone should indulge with a slice for “Pi Day!” Here are a few of our favorite Bluegrass spots to stuff your ‘pie hole.’
MOKRT ventures to the western most point of Kentucky in Fulton County: The Kentucky Bend.
It’s a phenomenon you can only see at one place in the Western Hemisphere. Make the trip to Cumberland Falls to see the famed moonbow.
It’s called the Niagara of the South, and for good reason. Check out our tips for getting the most out of your trip to Cumberland Falls. You have to see the moonbow.
There are so many things about Kentucky to love. Here are a handful of sights and destinations you’ll only see in the Bluegrass State.
Nothing celebrates beautiful autumn in Kentucky like one of the state’s great orchards or fall festivals. Visit Evan’s Orchard near Lexington.
The Trigg County Country Ham Festival boasts the Guiness-official World’s Largest Country Ham and Biscuit, baked in a custom-made oven.
We interacted with the Civil War reenactors at the Battle of Perryville reenactment in Perryville, Kentucky. There were cannons and gun-holding involved.
2 blocks North of Main Street in downtown Lexington sits a beautiful bit of green-space between Transylvania University and West Second Street. Originally dedicated as Centennial Park in 1876, Gratz Park was renamed for Benjamin Gratz, a prominent hemp grower who made his home amongst the Federal and Greek revival homes surrounding the park. AndContinue reading “A Walk in the Park: Gratz Park History”