If you've ever looked longingly at one of the beautiful historic structures in downtown Paducah and considered taking one on as a rehabilitation project, then this might be the time to make your move. The City of Paducah is now offering incentives to property owners who will create affordable rental space in the city's downtown historic district.
Here's your chance to win an adorable log cabin playhouse for a special kid in your life, while helping to raise money that will help prevent and protect children who have been victims of child abuse. Find more information here.
He's at it again! Lower Town artist, Bill Renzulli, hosts another outstanding offer on over 100 paintings and drawings at Gallery 5. You name the price and he won't refuse your offer. How's that for an original art sale?
Meet the Indiana Jones of Western Kentucky at Evenings Upstairs! Dr. Kit Wessler presents "Mounds and Priests, Cathedrals and Popes: Was Wickliffe a Native American Cathedral Town in AD 1250?" Join Dr. Kessler for an intriguing discussion of the ancient Christian cathedrals and mounds constructed by the Mississippian Indian tribes.
Join Terrin and Jessica at this week's Servin' for St. Nick and get your grub on this Thursday night! There will be door prizes, great food and lots of fun people to talk to. What a great way to help a good cause and have some fun at the same time!
Enter a book lover's haven on July 18 and 19 at the Book Sale hosted by the Friends of McCracken County Library. There will be thousands of titles to choose from and lots of well-priced media items to sort through, as well.
Parker Millsap is only 21, but he's already grabbing the attention of NPR Music and the 2014 Americana Honors & Awards. He's playing at Paducah's Riverfront on Thursday night and you won't want to miss out on this free concert.