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Journal

NEAT

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

NEAT

The new bourbon documentary that looks as good as bourbon tastes

AJ Hochhalter makes music for movies. And every time he goes to a film festival he makes sure to bring along a nice bottle of bourbon. It's a celebratory thing. It's also a matter of pride. He's Kentucky bred, still lives and works …

Humans of Central Appalachia

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

Humans of Central Appalachia

Show It Like You Know It
Malcolm J. Wilson's unfiltered look at the real Humans of Central Appalachia

 
Something about the way photographer Malcolm J. Wilson freezes the light on his subjects, or the way the dark rivulets of, say, the wrinkles in their skin, seem to carry on in fluid motion like …

Preserving the teenage folk art of Kentucky punk rock

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

Preserving the teenage folk art of Kentucky punk rock

White Glove Test
Preserving the teenage folk art of Kentucky punk rock

From boiling brains to the printed page, from telephone poles to bedroom walls to basement boxes to U-Hauls to curbside piles and into the unknown. The life of a punk rock flyer, like a punk rock song, is …

Byrd Does Hillbilly Days

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

Byrd Does Hillbilly Days

Byrd Does Hillbilly Days

Looking for trouble with Pikeville's preeminent provocateur…

 

"You reckon I could start my own religion?"

"If that's what God tells you to do."

"Hmm. Well, he ain't never said nothin' to me. I've asked, bub. Believe me. I've …

Sex & Candy: The Bull Creek Flea

By Adam Lewis |

Sex & Candy: The Bull Creek Flea

 
These sweet old Kentuckians make their living from porn and pies (but mostly porn).

"You know you're a senior citizen when you look up the word 'old' in the dictionary and it shows your picture."
That's got to be some sort of world record for the most words ever crammed onto the front …