I love the U.S.A.!
One of my long term goals it to make the USA my second home.
I love the broad architecture styles throughout the decades, the innovation of building materials and clever use of space, especially in regards to apartment design.
On my last visit I fell for Nashville and Kentucky, for the big two storey houses and brisket mostly. 😉
Inside Dillard's at Kentucky Oaks Mall
Fit For The Cure
March 5th, 10am-8pm
Join us in the Dillard's lingerie department along with thousands of other women who will help make a difference just by getting fitted for the right bra!
For every woman fit, Wacoal will donate $2 to Susan G. Komen to support its mission to end breast cancer.
No purchase necessary.
Wacoal will also donate an additional $2 for every bra and shape-wear piece sold.
Live music from The Wheelers! (12 to 2pm)
To schedule an appointment with one of our rockin' fit experts call: (270) 442-3200 ext. 5201
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation:
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When it’s too cold outside, you bring the Cornhole inside!!!
#FBF to Lincoln High School, represented in our digital collections by the 1941 yearbook, The Lincoln Tattler. 1941 happens to be Clarence Gaines' senior year. Gaines would go on to coach basketball at Winston-Salem State University, become one of the winningest coaches of all time and earn a place in the Basketball Hall of Fame. He also played an instrumental role in saving another of Paducah's landmarks, The Hotel Metropolitan.
Prior to 1895, Lincoln School was an elementary school. Realizing a need for higher education for African-American children in Paducah, a few interested patrons petitioned the Board of Education for higher education classes. The board reviewed the needs and added additional classes in algebra, botany, English, and several others. Professor Edward Walton Benton became the first principal of the new Lincoln High School, serving until 1906. Another first at Lincoln High School was Mrs. Myrtle R. Phillips, the only woman principal, serving from 1924 through 1927. She later became a professor at Harvard University. #mymclib .
Yesterday was #valentinesday and last year @dneihoff had just moved to #nashville while I was still in #Paducah. So, not only was this year our first valentines as a married couple but it was the first time we had ever spent it together. 😘