72.1 F
Lexington
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Tags GDK Guest

Tag: GDK Guest

Josephine Sculpture Park, 7 Days of Giving

Today we talked to the owner of Josephine Sculpture Park about an opportunity to give back this season.

Antiques & Accents, A Little Bit of Everything

Today we spoke with Bobby Smith, owner of Antiques & Accents.

The Dixie Grill, New Changes Coming to Corbin

Beginning November 15, new ownership is renaming The Dixie Grill as In The Circle Family Restaurant. There will be lots of exciting changes taking place!

The Corbin Arena, Southeastern Kentucky’s Ideal Venue

Today we visit The Corbin Arena, home to concerts, WWE tournaments and so much more!

Corbin, Kentucky, Where There’s Something for Everyone

Today, we spoke with Maggy Kriebel, director of Corbin Tourism, who shared more details about what the city of Corbin has to give.

Berea College, The Host of Many Berea Attractions

Community outreach is an important aspect of Berea College. Today we talked to several students that are experiencing that part of their education first hand.

Peace Craft, A Fair Trade Boutique in the Bluegrass

Peace Craft a nonprofit retailer specializing in handcrafted Fair Trade products from around the world, offers a truly unique shopping experience.

Killing Time at Kiln Time

Kiln Time specializes in custom ceramics at the Artisan Village in Berea, KY. Customers can come and pick a ceramic piece to glaze and then take home

Boone Tavern, Kentucky’s First LEED Certified Green Hotel

What was originally built in 1909 to be a guesthouse for Berea College has grown to be the bustling Historic Boone Tavern Hotel and Restaurant.

Boyle County Public Library, A Hub for Exploring

The Boyle County Public Library serves as a hub for reading, technology and culture.

Wilderness Trail Distillery, The Spirit of Danville

Wilderness Trail Distillery, located in Danville, Kentucky, blends tradition and science to ensure the finest bourbon and other spirits.

Reed Valley Orchard, Bourbon County’s Fall Paradise

Reed Valley Orchard is Bourbon County’s own piece of paradise. Over the years they have accumulated over 3,000 apple trees, as well as pumpkins, berries, peaches and pears.

Frames on Main Gallery, Capturing Kentucky’s Landscapes

A unique gallery of photography, art and custom framing at the corner of Seventh and Main in Paris, Kentucky.

Bourbon County Tourism, A Taste of Horse Country

Located only 30 minutes from Lexington, Bourbon County boasts some of the most enticing, beautiful horse country found in the Bluegrass.

First Vineyard, A Historic Bluegrass Winery and Venue

What should you expect from your first visit to First Vineyard? An atmosphere that delivers not only fine wine, but exceptional customer service.

Jessamine County Tourism

Jessamine County has a wealth of activities, rich history, lively local arts and abundant natural beauty.

Fairy Bow Mother, Handcrafted Bows with Flair

Fairy Bow Mother offers handcrafted accessories designed for young girls, putting heavy emphasis on flair, creativity and attention to detail.

Gaunce’s Cafe & Deli, a Taste of Central Kentucky

Whether you are a newcomer or a longtime resident, head to Gaunce's Cafe & Deli for a taste of central Kentucky and much more!

KET’s Summer Celebration

Eric sat down with Michele Ripley the Commonwealth Fund for KET discuss KET's 29th summer celebration. This is KET's signature statewide fundraising event that raises support...

Springhouse Gardens Part 1

Meteorologist Eric Burke gets a look at Springhouse Gardens and what they have to offer.

Most Read

video

McConnell uses a Democrat’s quote in first attack ad of general election

The ad features criticisms from newspapers of McConnell's opponent during the June Primary.
video

New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.