A new report says state government needs to spend more money promoting eastern Kentucky as a tourism destination to help the region pull itself out of poverty following the loss of thousands of jobs because of the declining coal industry.
"Untitled" (2008) by Beverly Baker. Color pencil and graphite on paper, 23 x 29 inches.
Credit Institute 193, Rich Copley
Last week, Chase Martin and Phillip March Jones of Lexington's Institute 193 gathered the work of a dozen or so Kentucky artists and hit the road for New York City. Their destination? The annual Outsider Art Fair.
It's not every day you go to a concert featuring musicians who have been recently risking their lives on the battlefield. Such is the life of members of the pipes and drums of the Black Watch of the community of Fife in Scotland.
When Peter Frampton performs tomorrow in Richmond, it’s practically in his backyard. The guitar hero has a home and studio in Cincinnati. Frampton’s touring North America, celebrating the 35th anniversary of his “Frampton Comes Alive” album, one of the best selling “live” albums ever produced. In his concerts, Frampton says he tries to give audiences what they want, right away. He spoke with WEKU’s Jonese Franklin.