Downtown Art Walk

Gallery B is gearing up once again for the Russellville Downtown Art Walk.  We’re cleaning and decorating the shop, printing some new photos, and dusting off our camera for this event, which will be held this Friday night, March 2nd, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. in Downtown Russellville. Downtown Art Walk is a cooperative effort … More Downtown Art Walk

Hopkinsville, aka Eclipseville, Kentucky

It seemed like the world descended upon Hopkinsville, Kentucky on the morning of August 21, the day of the 2017 Solar Eclipse!  Folks from all over, and from every walk of life jockeyed for position in order to witness this extraordinary event! Although much of our day was spent looking into the heavens, observing the progression … More Hopkinsville, aka Eclipseville, Kentucky

Cumberland Falls

When in Kentucky, it would behoove waterfall enthusiasts to visit the Niagara of the South, or Cumberland Falls.  Located at Cumberland Falls State Park, about 18 miles southwest of Corbin on State Highway 90, the falls is, on average, 68 feet high and 125 feet wide. The state park offers several trails around and near … More Cumberland Falls

Abbey of Gethsemani

About a decade ago, seemingly by accident, but perhaps not, I came across the book Seven Storey Mountain, the autobiographical account of Father Thomas Merton.  Both fascinating and inspiring, it’s an unforgettable read with an abundant measure of food for thought.  Merton spent the last 25+ years of his life at the Abbey of Gethsemani, a … More Abbey of Gethsemani

The Cannonball in Elizabethtown

While strolling around the downtown of yet another historic city in Kentucky, Elizabethtown, we noticed a family examining a building with intensity.  Curiosity took hold, prompting a swift street crossing and examination. “There’s a cannonball stuck in the building!”  The father exclaimed in a strong northern accent. Fascinated much more by different accents and dialects … More The Cannonball in Elizabethtown