What do limestone, the Cuban Missile Crisis and a zip line have in common? In Louisville, Kentucky all three come together to create a fascinating past and a thrilling future for the largest building in the state, which spans across 17 underground miles. That’s right, the site now dubbed “Mega Cavern” has around 100 acres of corridors running under the city of Louisville, with 70% being under the Louisville Zoo. Continue reading Mega Fun at Mega Cavern
Native Americans revered it, Thomas Jefferson cultivated it, and explorers from de Soto to Lewis and Clark depended on it during their long journeys. So how is it that most Americans have never heard of, let alone seen, a pawpaw fruit? Continue reading Do You Pawpaw?
In Northern Kentucky you will find a one-of-a-kind restaurant, an establishment which stands out among its many peers by employing the only classically trained singing waitstaff in the state. Vito’s Cafe in Fort Thomas serves up traditional Italian alongside a dazzling array of vocal performances. All the waiters and waitresses are students in local university music programs and manage to execute delivery of your pasta and delivery of an operatic aria with equal finesse. Continue reading Singing for My Italian Supper