By Hayley Robb, Building Kentucky Enjoying the great outdoors and connecting with nature has been a way to find comfort during a difficult past year, making Earth Day especially important in 2021. Kentucky is filled with beauty and opportunities to enjoy the outside, so we’ve put together some ideas for places and spaces in the […]
By Rachel Nix, Building Kentucky A new movie will dive into the fascinating true story of a legendary Kentucky bear. Kentuckians may know the history of “Cocaine Bear,” a 175-pound black bear found dead of an apparent drug overdose after consuming more than 75 pounds of cocaine in the mid-1980s. How the drugs made it […]
By Hayley Robb, Building Kentucky Known for its clear and deep waters, Laurel River Lake located in London was recognized as Kentucky’s prettiest lake in the Reader’s Digest nationwide list. From the vast Great Lakes to the man-made reservoirs right here in the Commonwealth, the list highlights the landmarks and vistas each state has to offer. Laurel […]
Shark fossils believed to be 330 million years old were recently discovered in Mammoth Cave. Paleontologists at the national park uncovered part of a shark head and dorsal fins while mapping the cave system’s fossils. While shark teeth are a common find, fossils of shark skeletons are uncommon, especially in Kentucky and of this size. The […]
The Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet issued a request for proposals to find a partner to design, build, operate, finance and maintain an amateur sports complex at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park in Louisville.