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This morning, I noticed my old Gourmet magazines on the bookshelf and nearly burst into tears (granted, fall always makes me overly nostalgic). Then I thought of all the magazines that have influenced my life and actually did tear up. 

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It’s been a few days since Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury findings in the tragic case of Louisville’s Breonna Taylor.

Over the past week, I’ve been staring at a flower pot on my deck. Not constantly, mind you, as that would be worrisome, but, if I’m honest, I’m out there looking pretty regularly. And each time I do, I feel like I’ve accomplished something.

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Kentucky prep student-athletes across the Commonwealth held their collective breath on Friday as the Kentucky Department of Education Board met — with the possibility on the table that it would opt to cancel fall sports.

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I eat so much mayonnaise they were going to send me to the Mayo Clinic.” — Tom Robbins

Classes start Monday and we are so excited to welcome our students back. Here at SCC we have continued to prepare for a robust fall semester and that includes the return of our faculty and their preparation to teach you in a variety of classes.


A few Saturdays ago, my little brother Matthew sent me a photo of a sheet of golden waffles lying on a cooling rack. 

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The Commonwealth Journal presented a poll question about the recent event in Nancy where armed folks showed up at Mill Springs Battlefield sites to defend the Civil War monuments in the face of a rumored “attack” from the outside.

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In October of 1994, I was at old Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati with my longtime sidekick/photographer Bobby Flynn to cover the Shula Bowl — the Bengals, coached by Dave Shula, were going against his legendary father, Don Shula, and the Miami Dolphins.

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