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Denali Stud, The Champion Nursery

Denali Stud Farm is changing the stigma of horse racing by opening their gates to the public.

Spendthrift Farm, the Culture of Thoroughbred Breeding

Sitting on over 1, 200 acres, Spendthrift Farm welcomes you to immerse yourself in the historical culture of thoroughbred breeding.

Edwin Watts Golf

Your local Lexington, Kentucky, Edwin Watts Golf store is located at 3024 Richmond Road, east of Mt. Tabor Road. Our store is close to...

Historic Boone Tavern Hotel and Restaurant

BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) A historic Berea hotel, Boone Tavern was built in 1909 at the suggestion of Nellie Frost, the wife of the College...

Experience Christmas Candlelight Tours at Ward Hall

Ward Hall is the grandest Greek Revival residence in Kentucky, and one of the finest examples of a mid-nineteenth century classical building in the United States.

Omar and Elsie

Omar + Elsie first opened its doors in a cozy shop on Old Lafayette Avenue in Lexington, Kentucky in February of 2014. From the...

Cottage on Main, getting creative with Chalk Paint

Chalk paint can revitalize old furniture, walls, ceilings, and floors with ease.  It's easy, fun, and makes amazing results accessible to everyone.

Jessamine Co. has the Magic of Christmas without the Crazy

WILMORE, Ky. (WTVQ)- For many people the holidays are a time for tradition, family and giving. But many people experience the rush of holiday shopping...

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.

Old Kentucky Logs, Modern Siding With Antique Charm

Today we talked to Bobby Smith about Old Kentucky Logs, a company that offers an alternative to wood for log homes.

Organic Produce & More at the Berea College Farm Store

Today, we travel to Berea Kentucky to experience the Berea College Farm and Farm Store.

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.

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

Ruth Hunt Candies, Proud to be Kentucky Proud

Ruth Hunt Candies has deep roots in the Bluegrass. Established in Mt. Sterling in 1921, the Kentucky Proud producer sells chocolates, candies, baskets and gifts.

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.

Chaplin Hill Bed & Breakfast: Danville’s Historic Getaway

Chaplin Hill Bed and Breakfast is a historic home in Danville, KY

Zipline Over Kentucky’s Natural Beauty at Boone Creek Outdoors

Boone Creek Outdoors offers zipline canopy tours that soar over a natural limestone gorge right here in Lexington, Kentucky!

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.

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