Gerry Masse and Sculpture Trails artists use student made carvings for a metal sculpture pouring at Tates Creek High School.
Bybee Pottery in Madison County celebrates 200 years of business under the Cornelison family.READ THE STORY
Harvey Conner, who has worked for 44 years at Bybee Pottery in Madison County, demonstrates how to make a clay pitcher. (Video by Tom Eblen) READ THE STORY
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Test your knowledge of Kentucky’s favorite son and 16th president of the United States – Abraham Lincoln. (Illustrations by Chris Ware | Staff)
Various performing Arts groups showcase talent at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Monday, Feb. 2, 2009. Famous Kentuckians, UK Alumni, and other artists from around the country came to celebrate our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. The Kentucky themed event was entitled “Our Lincoln”. READ FULL STORY