“For it’s one, two, three strikes, you’re KISSED / At the old ball game.”

One of the biggest pop culture icons of the 1970s and 1980s was Louisville-native, Morganna the Kissing Bandit

The Little (White) Corvette: A Kentucky Love That’s Gonna Last

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! WithoutContinue reading “The Little (White) Corvette: A Kentucky Love That’s Gonna Last”

Historic Kentucky: Danville’s Constitution Square

Happy Birthday Kentucky! We took a trip to Danville’s Historic Constitution Square.

Going ‘One to One with Bill Goodman’ on KET

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.

“Good Morning to All” and a Good Monument to the Happy Birthday Sisters

Have trouble finding the monument to Louisville’s “Happy Birthday Sisters?” You’re not alone. But that may be changing!

A Road Trip Through Cheapside Park and Some Lexington, Kentucky History

In Lexington’s Cheapside Park, it isn’t uncommon to see people enjoying lunch at one of the cafes or restaurants that line the street, or lounging around on outdoor patios. In the evenings locals walk their dogs on the lawn of the old courthouse, and on summer nights, bands play on the┬áPavilion┬ástage; on Saturdays, the streetContinue reading “A Road Trip Through Cheapside Park and Some Lexington, Kentucky History”

Historic Kentucky: Floyd Collins Trapped in Mammoth Cave

Known as “The Greatest Cave Explorer Ever Known,” Floyd Collins was a pioneer cave explorer and news sensation who died trapped in Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave.