Tag Archives: Kentucky

Cherry Tomatoes

I honestly don’t think I knew what a tomato tasted like before we joined Groce Family Farm’s CSA. These cherry tomatoes tasted sweeter than candy.

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Our City Our Home

Louisville-based designer Bryan Patrick Todd has a new mural on East Market St. and it looks great. Bryan, who has done work for local businesses such as Quills and Four Pegs, is part of Louisville’s growing creative sector- one of the many … Continue reading

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The world is a beautiful place sometimes.

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Buffalo Trace Distillery

My extended family was in town over the weekend for my older brother’s wedding.  After Paul and his new bride Liz were off for their Chicago honeymoon, my responsibilities switched from best man to tour guide. After giving the family … Continue reading

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A Day at the Races

Julie’s mom visiting proved to be a good occasion to visit Churchill Downs for the first time. Proud to say I left with the same amount of money in my pocket as when I got there.

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Wendell Berry on Imagination and Place

I will say, from my own belief and experience, that imagination thrives on contact, on tangible connection. For humans to have a responsible relationship to the world, they must imagine their places in it. To have a place, to live … Continue reading

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Jubalson “Come Back Son”

One of the things I miss about living in Louisville, which I maintain is the most underrated city in the US, is the great community of singer/songwriters.  Bluegrass and Appalachian music are indigenous to Kentucky, and Louisville, more Midwestern than … Continue reading

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