No matter how far we have come as a society, some things never change
Since the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the Fourth of July has been observed as a day for patriotism and unity. It is on this day that exemplary visionaries dared to create a new form of government for a new people — a country in which freedom reigned. It is with celebration, …
Although it has felt like summer for the past couple of weeks, it doesn’t officially begin until Friday. For the next three months, the nights will be longer and daylight hours will reign over the Bluegrass.
My dad once owned a 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air. Although I never got to take a ride in the best car he says he ever owned, I heard a lot of stories about that car when I was growing up.