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    Hey, y’all! Louisville is never short of fun events to attend, though I think this one takes the cake: the Inaugural Bluegrass PugFest! Yes, you read that correctly. An event dedicated to the dog breed we all know and love: the pug! About the Bluegrass PugFest The Mission of Bluegrass Pug Fest, Inc. is to

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    Hey, y’all! There’s breakfast — and then there’s breakfast at Devore’s Restaurant located in rural Hardyville, KY (Hart County). Upon walking into the restaurant, you’ll be greeted by country decor and food to match. If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast in the region, look no further! This post is in partnership with Horse Cave/Hart

  • svgMarch 26, 2022All Posts

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    Many associate Churchill Downs, Kentucky’s famed racetrack, with the beauty of thoroughbred racing. While that’s certainly true, I would argue that Churchill Downs is not just a destination, it’s a community. A community of horse fans, workers, and aficionados; a place that boasts traditional community roots: food, excitement, work, and even spirituality. Today I have

  • svgMarch 5, 2022All Posts

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    Hey, y’all! Love supporting the arts? Notable Kentucky has the perfect event for you this spring: the Louisville Civic Orchestra Spring Pastorale Concert. We’ve got the scoop + all of the details you’ll need; additionally, we got the chance to sit down with President of the Louisville Civic Orchestra, Jon Wysong. About the Louisville Civic

  • svgFebruary 9, 2022All Posts

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    Hey, y’all. Derby City is known for three things: 1) The Run for the Roses; 2) Bourbon; and 3) the immaculate food scene. Looking to grab a burger out and about in the 502? Look no further, as Notable Kentucky has rounded up the Best Burgers In Louisville Kentucky! Fitting, too, as Louisville is one

  • svgFebruary 1, 2022All Posts

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    Hey, y’all! At Notable Kentucky, we love featuring conversations with Notable Kentuckians. A prime example? One of the masterminds behind one of Kentucky’s most beloved festivals: the Tailspin Ale Fest. I’m excited to share this interview with Tisha Gainey, a Kentucky Craft Beer Champion. You can learn more about Tailspin Ale Fest here. Interview: Tisha

  • svgJanuary 30, 2022All Posts

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    Hey, y’all! First time visitors to Hart County, Kentucky are often surprised to see horse-drawn buggies hitched to a post downtown or slowly moving along the backroads. Members of the Old Amish faith began moving to the area during the late 1980s – many of them stemming from Geauga County, Ohio. Luckily for all, they

  • svgJanuary 26, 2022All Posts

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    Hey, y’all! The Commonwealth of Kentucky comes alive as the temperatures begin to rise: our trails see more feet, our lakes see more boats, and people start flocking to the track to watch our legendary thoroughbred racing. That said, don’t discount Kentucky in the winter — it’s still a wonderful place to travel! These are

  • svgDecember 19, 2021All Posts

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    Hey, y’all! I always love bringing my yearly gift guides to you – and today marks my last one: my Kentucky Foodie Gift Guide 2021. While it’s getting close to Christmas, I think foodie gifts are the perfect last minute option for your loved ones, as they are often easier to pick up. Apart from

  • svgDecember 13, 2021All Posts

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    Hey, y’all! If there’s one store that I adore in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, it’s Wakefield-Scearce. Located in historic Downtown Shelbyville, it’s an antique gallery that focuses on fine English antiques. Popular in English decor, they also have a wonderful selection of chinoiserie-style home decor and furnishings. While the gallery is always worth a visit

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