This week, I’ll delve into the world of Steven Van Zandt. Steven Van Zandt embodies both the frustration and beauty of the arts. There is no official title, no one way to do the job. He’s discov
I am proud to represent some of our nation’s most dedicated workers who live here in Western Kentucky.
One of my granddaughters is a senior.
We spent last week digging through Garey’s mom (Aggie’s) basement. She was 94 when she passed last November, and parts of everything she bought or was given over her 94 years on this earth reside in that basement.
A heartfelt thank you to Kentucky veterans
As Veterans Day approaches, I reflect on the immeasurable courage and sacrifice exhibited by our military members. Author and philosopher G.K. Chesterton once said, "Courage is almost a contradiction in terms.
Most everybody loves popcorn, right? It’s a great snack!
Mark Twain left instructions for what to do after his death. He died in 1910 with hundreds of pages of memoirs. His instructions were not to publish these pages until on
Magicians’ sleight of hand fools most people when it is done correctly.