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This past weekend, Autumn Halberstadt and I decided to venture to Paris for the classic drive-in experience. Having been over 15 years since we cruised into a drive-in movie theater, we were both eager for the adventure.

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Soleil Moon Frye's documentary, Kid90 is a true time capsule. One that will have you reminiscing with many familiar faces and voices from the 1990s.

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The Troubadour concert series at Cardome continues to grow and now includes a “Writers Night,” featuring three of Kentucky’s most successful authors.

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A series of 10 concerts featuring nationally known artists such as Exile and Jerry Douglas will be held this June at Cardome Renaissance Center.

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Directed by Chloe Zhao, Nomadland is a quietly chaotic, yet endearing film that follows Fern, played by Frances McDormand, who has chosen to live life on the road in a van she calls "Vanguard."

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Walking into Roe v. Wade a viewer would think the film is about the historical impact of the controversial 1971-73 case—a straight forward historical picture.

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Don't judge a film by its title—Church People is a new faith-based comedy released just a few weeks ago, and it will have you laughing from beginning to end.

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The greatest weekend trips were with family to pick out one of three movies at Blockbuster; Sidekicks (1992) with Jonathan Brandis and Chuck Norris, 3 Ninjas (1992) with Victor Wong or Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995), with Karen Ashley, Jason David Frank and the familiar TV sh…

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Last week, I wrote a story from a book that a friend gave me long ago who had traveled through Kentucky recommended for me. This week, I would like to tell you about another place I long ago had visited and a place that I have visited several times. You may have too — South Union, Kentucky.

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A note to my readers: I am sorry that I have not been able to keep the Kentucky Table running for the last few weeks. A run-in with my new (and beautiful and wonderful) cat one night lead me to the hospital, the doctors and the nurses of the North Carolina hospital where I grew up. I came to…

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One day this week I was going through some old magazines that I had kept for several years. Why? I don’t know why. But now I do and I think that I might keep this one because of its few pages that I turned to were some things that I liked. They were paid advertisements, but they were nicely …

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Grandmother, according to the Webster New Collegiate Dictionary “The second degree of ancestry” and from the Oxford Dictionary: Grandmother: “One’s parent’s mother.”

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The library has been a good place to hang out during these cold, snowy days that we have been living through over the last few weeks. It has different sections you can move from: newspapers, records, movies for the night, a Scott County history room, book store and, yes, even a cafe and a fi…

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Writer’s Note: I am going to try a new column, not a story of “all sorts,” that will be the same, but I want to try to send you a food column, really a history story by a long time friend of mine who is no longer, but who for many years wrote in New York, in Europe, in China, about the Chero…

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In the Christmas issue of our paper I would like to share with you a poem that a friend of mind in North Carolina has written for a special Christmas program.  She is a young women who has gone through many serious health and other kinds of problems, but they have in no way stopped her from …

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This is going to be a history lesson! A history lesson in Kentucky recipes! Recipes that we will never try to make, but then we might.

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When you read into this story today or tomorrow, we will be in the last month of another year, 2018, starting probably the most wonderful month, December — a month of weather that we have a hard time depending on, and the most important event of the year, a time when we try to be ready for t…

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It has seemed to me that the celebration of Halloween has become quite a celebration that begins early and is honored in all sorts of ways: yards decorated in dozens of ways, people both young and old wear costumes, trick or treat is an expected gift and porch steps, wall rails and drive way…

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You might have heard or you might have seen that a few weeks ago I broke my right leg, broken in a usual way: I fell down the stairs. Yes, down four steps into the living room, face down. I immediately knew that I had broken something.

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Dustin Collins, 30, originally from Bardstown, Kentucky, says that for him, music is about the experience."To me, rock and roll has got to be live." Collins said. "It's all about, 'can you play? Are you actually playing your songs or are you running tracks?'"Collins is a country musician, wh…