Kentucky is one of the most food insecure states in the nation. Because of this, families and students have to choose between basic necessities just to get by. Spark Community Cafe is a non-profit restaurant that offers a “pay as you can” motto. Customers can chose to pay full or partial price for the farm to table food or they can volunteer to pay for their meals for their family. This is just one example of how Kentucky if fighting poverty. In the end, the biggest difference will be made through legal action.
A behind the scenes look at the filming of a new series that will air online and potentially on Travel Channel: The High Road. From Travel Channel’s “Booze Traveler,” Jack Maxwell is now exploring medicinal marijuana and hemp after recently being diagnosed with cancer and searching for relief. In this video, the crew is in Crestwood, KY visiting “Robert H Deibel Greenhouse,” particularly in his hemp greenhouse. In addition, “Hempsters” are in the background displaying/marketing their hemp products. You will get the meet the cast and crew on this set while eavesdropping on conversations in between shots.
This is a story about death, well the life after death. In this story the user wakes up in what the narrator calls the afterlife. In this afterlife, you are talked to by an afterlife manager to help you in your time after death. This manager can get you as comfortable as possible. So sit back and enjoy your time!
Old Friends is a Thoroughbred racehorse retirement facility were ex- medalist winning horses go to spend their retired lives. There are many renowned racehorses at this farm including past Kentucky Derby Winner’s Silvercharm and War Emblem. The farm attracts many people annually and continues to be one of the most prestigious Retirement farms for ex-racehorses.