In one episode of my all-time favorite TV show “Friends,” Ross, one of the main characters, tries to figure out how he will know he’s ready to be a father. His dad tells him he knew the first-time baby Ross reached out to grab his finger. After Ross rushes his pet monkey Marcel to the hospital, a recovering Marcel reaches out to grab Ross’ finger. Then, as we hear Don Henley sing “New York Minute,” Ross finally realizes he’s ready to be a father.
For 26 years, Heritage Farm in Huntington, West Virginia, has highlighted Appalachian heritage through tours, festivals, events and educational programming. Home to seven museums, Heritage Farm is West Virginia’s only Smithsonian affiliate.
Salvation Army Chef Creates Savory Dishes Designed to Nourish Body & Soul
Have you seen Art Alley and the beautiful murals popping up around downtown Ashland, Kentucky? These citizen- funded paintings and murals have brought color and life to the alleys between 15th and 16th Street. Most of the newer murals, completed in late 2020, provide a great backdrop for social media posts and tourists to explore. It has become a popular photography location for proms, homecomings, senior pictures, selfies and more!
When Jason Camp and family moved from Naples, Florida, to the Ashland area four years ago, establishing Camp Landing was not the initial reason. He had received a call to look at opening an establishment to feed construction workers for Braidy Industries’ proposed mill project at the Industrial Center.
For born-and-raised Boyd County resident and current president of the National Reining Horse Association, Rick Clark, participating and overseeing what he loves is his idea of honor and success.
INTRODUCING LANEY JOHNSON, TRAVIS WILLIAMS & MS. JENKINS
I recently sent a heart-felt card to a family member living in a city much larger than our own. The card said, “When there are no hugs, there arewords. And when there are no words there are hugs.” I read these words repeatedly and began to wish I had more time to connect with those whomatter most – especially the ones living far away.