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The Louisville Civic Orchestra Presents Heroic & Unfinished: A Tribute to Healthcare Heroes

Concerts performed Sat., Feb. 4, 2023 & Wed., Feb 8, 2023. The Louisville CivicOrchestra(LCO), the city’s oldest continuously-performing orchestra, invites all to its “Heroic & Unfinished: A Tribute to Healthcare Workers” concerts on Sat., Feb. 4 at Springdale Presbyterian Church, 7812 Brownsboro Rd., and Wed., Feb. 8, in the Wyatt Center for the Arts at Bellarmine University, 2001 Newburg Rd.
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5 Female Disruptors Shaping the State of Bourbon in Kentucky

With more than two barrels for every person living in Kentucky, it’s no surprise the state produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon. Nearly 11 million barrels of bourbon are aging in Kentucky at any given moment. The number of licensed distilling operations in Kentucky has more than quadrupled between 2009 when there were 19 in the state, and 2021, when there were 95. Bourbon is hot and growing. What might surprise you is how many visionary women distillers are disrupting the historically male-dominated industry.
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“Most Haunted Road In Kentucky”- 5 Roads You Shouldn’t Pass By At Night Or When You’re Alone

Kentucky is a state with a rich history and a variety of cultural traditions. From the rolling hills of the Appalachian Mountains to the bustling city streets of Louisville, there are many stories and legends that have been passed down through the generations. Some of these stories involve ghosts, spirits, and other supernatural phenomena, and many people believe that these phenomena can be found on certain roads and highways throughout the state. Here are five of the most haunted roads in Kentucky:
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