It’s still dear old Western’s day

Sometimes, I treat myself with a jog around my alma mater, Western Kentucky University. I begin by walking up College Street nearly doubled over because of the steep incline, taking a brief rest when I reach Cherry Hall under the watchful statue gaze of Henry Hardin Cherry, the school's first official president. In spite of …

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Alphabet Series: Lazy

Day Twelve: Lazy After college, with the exception of the last couple of months before I met Cory, I was pretty lazy in my friendships, whether I had a boyfriend or not. To be frank, it was much easier to come home and slip on some sweatpants and have a frozen mini pizza for dinner …

Corvette culture crescendos at National Corvette Museum anniversary

Bowling Green is home to the equivalent of a cathedral for car enthusiasts: the General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant, which has produced the world's Corvettes since 1981. Across Interstate 65 from the plant is the "chapel": the National Corvette Museum. Bowling Green's not called Vette City for nothing. Last week, approximately 10,000 Corvette owners and …