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Journal

Happy Derby week! Like any good Kentuckian, we love celebrating one of Kentucky's finest traditions, "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports." We can't think of a better way to honor this fine occasion than with a nod to kick-ass Kentuckian Hunter S. Thompson's famous essay on the 1970 Kentucky Derby, "The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent …

 
The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent And Depraved was originally published in Scanlan's Monthly, vol. 1, no. 4, June 1970.
I got off the plane around midnight and no one spoke as I crossed the dark runway to the terminal. The air was thick and hot, like wandering into a steam bath. Inside, people …

The Night Market is coming.

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

The Night Market is coming.

 
Get ready Kentucky, the NoLi CDC's Night Market is back! Back in action this Friday May 1st from 6-10pm. Hell yeah! An epic Northside evening of live music (STEAM Academy steel drum band), yummy craft beer (West Sixth), cool local vendors (like us), food trucks, 5,000 kick-ass Kentuckians (and a few tourists), fresh air, hip …

Kentucky Moms Want Meg C's Kentucky Necklaces And Earrings

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

Kentucky Moms Want Meg C's Kentucky Necklaces And Earrings

Mother's Day is right around the corner, friends, and now is the time to remember your roots and honor all women with children. ​At 10am this Friday, May 1st, we launch a limited line of Meg C's famous hand-crafted 100% sterling silver Kentucky necklaces and earrings​ in celebration of Mother's Day and all of those …

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 …