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For bourbon lovers, it doesn’t get much more iconic than Louisville’s Whiskey Row. Once the center of the bourbon industry, this block-long stretch of... Read More

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to join the Jim Beam family now's your time to shine.This fall, Jim Beam, the king of bourbon whiskey, is... Read More

A trip to a national park can make for a great fall vacation. In fact, it makes for a great vacation any time of the year.Of course, if you plan on... Read More

The area surrounding Kentucky’s Green River is lush and fertile, with miles of uninterrupted forest — but the area’s real draw lies below. Under... Read More

Trying new foods is an essential part of going on vacation — but, if you’re not careful, it can also be a big money drain.Luckily for hungry travelers,... Read More

It’s easy to fall victim to the societal norms of what’s deemed “romantic” by today’s standards — and sure, long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners,... Read More

You don’t have to empty your savings account to afford city living in America—at least not in these locations.Urban areas offer a gateway to culture or... Read More

Let’s face it: When it comes to Father’s Day gifts, there is nothing new under the sun. After you’ve given dear old dad his 15th tie, you’re basically... Read More

Lexington is known for many quintessentially Kentucky things. It’s the unofficial capital of Bourbon Country (no small feat in a state that produces 95%... Read More

For Mother's Day, you may want to get in the car, hop on a plane, or bike it across town to visit your mom, bring her flowers, and take her to brunch.... Read More

Fifty years after divorcing, 83-year-old Harold Holland and 78-year-old Lillian Barnes are showing the world that true love can come full circle... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. What a sweet birthday surprise!On Saturday, Matthew McConaughey surprised everybody when he went to... Read More

Many hotels have policies to include your furry family members, but often establishments only allow dogs and cats — sometimes with strict limitations.... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com on August 2nd, 2017. Amazon is today attempting to fill its 50,000 empty vacancies by hiring people... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com on July 5th, 2017. You’ve probably seen headlines recently about free public college programs in... Read More

Travelers tracing this east-west route will find themselves on a wildly varied road trip, with remote stretches of two-lane highway that give way in... Read More

Being one of the world’s fastest horses apparently has its perks. After zooming around the race track, Kentucky Derby-winning steeds are treated to... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com.If you balk at paying $15 for a cocktail, then the specialty mint juleps available at the Kentucky Derby... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com.It’s been called the most exciting two minutes of sports. But what can you expect to pay to attend the... Read More

Chef Edward Lee has fallen in love with the South, but he always finds time to travel: recent trips took him to Park City, the Cayman Islands, and the... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com.A passenger who refused to give up his seat on an overbooked United Airlines flight this weekend was forcibly... Read More

The official drink of the Kentucky Derby since 1938, a mint julep has four ingredients: mint, simple syrup, bourbon, and crushed ice—served in a shiny,... Read More

Founded in 1875 by the grandson of explorer William Clark, Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr., this racetrack is best known as the site of the annual... Read More

Beginning Jan. 22, 2018, travelers from nine states will no longer be able to travel with only their driver’s licenses.Residents of Kentucky, Maine,... Read More

OpenTable released its 100 Best Restaurants in America list for 2016 on Thursday, a ranking based on more than 10 million restaurants... Read More

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