l think I talked about this show a couple of weeks ago. I discovered 'Branson Famous' by accident and OMG, am I glad I did. I've never been to Branson MO, but I would love to go sometime; it's an entertainment mecca. And the show that started it all, is the Baldknobbers Jamboree Show, established in 1959. So truTV decided to take viewers behind the scenes, and oh wow, this show is a little different. Take a look!
Okay, wait, I think I get this one. After all the snow we got last week, eh, a lot of it is still melting, I'm sure a lot of families in Kentucky are dreaming of swimming, warm waters on the beach, getting out on the lake, I get it. Yelp teamed with The Huffington Post to name each state's most "disproportionately" popular type of store. And yes, according to their study Kentucky's swimwear stores (?) are 482 percent higher than the national average. Oh, there's more.
On Sunday, one day after Louisville got their first win after several losses in a row, senior point guard Chris Jones (who's now more famous for his UK game flop in December) was dismissed from the team. Jones, who was also benched for his flop and he had missed Louisville's loss to Syracuse, has been accused of allegedly sending a threatening text message to an unidentified woman. Thus, Coach Rick Pitino had enough.
Okay, I know, the snow and ice is starting to slowly melt away THANK GOD!, but I spotted some weird icicles on the building next to my place. I should note I shot this last Thursday night, when it was 0 to 1 outside. Where's my Oscar? Enjoy!
Kurt Busch won the Nascar Sprint Cup (then Nextel series) in 2004. Since then, his little brother Kyle has notched up impressive stats, and Busch has seen more drama off the track then on. Nascar suspended Busch the elder indefinitely on Friday after an investigation into allegations of domestic violence against an ex-girlfriend surfaced. Regan Smith will drive Busch's no. 41 for Stewart-Haas Racing in Sunday's Daytona 500.
In John Prine's "Paradise", he mentions "...old Airdrie hill" and I'm not sure I had ever seen a picture or video of it until a couple of weeks ago. The KET series 'Kentucky Life' recently aired an episode entitled, "Abandoned Kentucky", and the first segment focuses on the abandoned Airdrie Iron Works near Paradise in Muhlenberg County.
When I was growing up and there was a chance of snow in the forecast, I knew the phone would be ringing at my house. My Dad was a teacher and one time assistant principal for over 30 years. Back then, I think the teachers/administrators used a phone tree system, you know you call these five people, then he or she calls five more people and so on. Boy, have times changed. And although a recorded "one call" from the superintendent goes out now, Ohio Co's Scott Lewis decided to get a little a creative when the one call went out Tuesday for no school for the remainder of the week. Listen!
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