Being home to one of America’s first foodies makes Bowling Green proud! The biography of Duncan Hines was recently republished by the University of Kentucky press. Originally titled, “Duncan Hines:
Category - Just for Fun
Gear up for a family road trip! It’s the annual 400 Mile Sale running June 5-8 across all of the Commonwealth! Spanning the distance across Kentucky’s scenic and historic highway 68, the 400 Mile Sale
Ladies and gentlemen, we’re geared up for racing! The typical Kentucky in May sentiments are always wrapped up the Run for the Roses, but Bowling Green hosts its own, different type of derby in May:
Word from our guest blogger: Kentucky author Wes Berry
April is the cruelest month, said T.S. Eliot, the American poet who became an Englishman. Eliot probably wouldn’t have scribbled that famous line
Bowling Green is Geared for Foodies as we celebrate Duncan Hines’ birthday month! Celebrate our native travel writer and food critic learning more about his life in Louis Hatchett’s “The Man Behind
Thursday, February 20, 2014 11:26 AM by Telia Butler
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines and gear up for what’s new in Bowling Green in 2014.
It is certainly the year of the Corvette! America’s favorite sports car was awarded the 2014 North
Duncan Hines is much more than a cake mix.
He was a man with a vision for higher quality dining in the United States. He was a man who raised the standards for more products than we can name.
Friday, November 16, 2012 1:23 PM by Marissa Butler
It’s still a few weeks away from ‘looking a lot like Christmas,’ but we have been busy collecting holiday event information for almost a month now! We know the holidays mean lots of family and friends
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 5:08 PM by Marissa Butler
Indie Rock invades Southcenteral Kentucky again! And all eyes in the rock world will be on us! The 2012 Starry Nights Music + Arts Festival (video- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-as4PLTgHDY) will be
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 7:15 PM by Marissa Butler
This contest designed to let fans decide who would be on the cover of Rolling Stone’s “Women Who Rock” issue has passed. Bowling Green’s own Alex Kandel from local band Sleeper Agent was one of the