Since moving to town three years ago to join Fruit of the Loom® as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer, Terri Wiethorn has found Bowling Green to be a vibrant, unique place to call home.
After a long tenure, Chef Mike Riggs is retiring as the Culinary Director at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College. He was gracious enough to remake one of his creations so we could get a taste, and have a great recipe to add to our repertoire, as well!
Haven’t been inside Pink Lily yet? That’s ok. We won’t judge you. But here’s a little glimpse of not only the boutique, but also the super cute outfits inside. (By the way, Pink Lily is located at 2425 Scottsville Road. or visit www.pinklily.com.)
Enjoy the flavors of summer with the Scarlet Peppernel! From the mind David Byrd, bartender and spirits enthusiast, comes a crisp, light cocktail that’s sure to beat the heat on a hot summer’s day.
The kitchen isn’t just for cooking! It is the hub of the home where we gather to help our kids with homework, talk about our day with our family while making dinner, or enjoy a cup of coffee with friends. Why not make what would normally be a utilitarian space not only functional but relaxing, enjoyable and beautiful! A kitchen island adds a focal point while allowing for additional seating, a workspace, and aesthetically pleasing storage for appliances and more. Showcase your personal style with a unique slab of granite or marble to top it off.
Billed by some as “The Great American Eclipse,” the total eclipse set for Monday, August 21 will enter the U.S. in Oregon and exit North America in South Carolina. The path of the eclipse, however, is quite narrow.
Many who desire to see this rare event will have to travel to the eclipse’s 70-mile wide path which runs through northern Middle Tennessee and through Sumner County.
The Residences at Reservoir Hill in downtown Bowling Green have more than one house to brag about. Particularly, the house at 728 E. 10th St. won “Best in Show Under 3,000 sq. ft.” and “Best Curb Appeal” in the 2016 Parade of Homes.
Over the last 20 years, you have focused your efforts on a few things that have fundamentally change WKU. The transformation of the campus, the culture of philanthropy and the strengthening of the university’s academics have not gone unnoticed.