Thursday, June 9, 2016

Oh, Kentucky

Ensign Pride comes home.

Paducah: great for retirees. Kentucky: not so hot for millennials.

Banks in Sacramento and Caneyville, founded in 1895 and 1897, respectively, are merging.

Lexington's Space Tango and three other Kentucky tech companies went to Germany and bumped into President Obama. The auto industry came to Louisville. J.C. Penney's president and CEO went to Etown.

Hoptown's expanded International Festival kicks off Friday.

"Originating in 1975 as the Paducah Summer Festival Photo Competition, Paducah Photo has grown from a fledgling contest into an international juried exhibition. Over the past 40 years, this exhibition has become one of the Mid-South’s most prestigious annual photographic events. In 2013, Paducah was bestowed the honor of being designated a member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Creative Cities Network in the area of Crafts & Folk Art. To embrace both this international honor and reflect the international growth of the exhibition, this year Paducah Photo will take on a new name, Art Through the Lens."

"There's nobody hated more in this nation than Christians."

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