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The answer is always yes! From sports to theatre to Bowling Green events, our WKU Journalism students cover what’s going on in entertainment on and off campus.

Brunch is served at White Squirrel Brewery

By Naomi Driessnack There isn’t a wait for a seat, but the place is mostly full and its conversations are getting loud. The room smells of cinnamon and pepper. Soft light from an overcast sky fills the room from a glass roll-up garage door. It’s Sunday brunch at the...

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Novo Dolce diversifies local culinary scene

By Giorgi Meyer Recent years have experienced a rise of a new culinary trend, the gastro pubs. Since its inception the idea behind gastro pubs was to take the old English savoir-faire of pubs and fuse it with modern European gastronomic cuisine. Novo Dolce, hidden...

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‘Lost River Sessions’ highlights music scene

By Andrew Critchelow WKU students have helped make “The Lost River Sessions” on Western Kentucky University’s PBS station an award-winning series that showcases regional musicians at local venues. Co-produced by audio engineer James Pearson and videographer Darius...

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Welcome to Eclipseville

Story and photos by Helen Gibson In 2007, Hopkinsville resident Cheryl Cook received an email that she’ll never forget. She’s the director of the Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, so it’s not uncommon for people to reach out to her via...

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A place of new beginnings

Story and Photos by Callie Miller On the outskirts of Bowling Green, in a large but unassuming white barn with a dark green roof, the smell of manure is thick, but the sign promises “new beginnings.” In a brightly lit alley in the back of the barn, Jacob Watson, 13,...

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Revamping a community favorite

By Nicole Leonard The neon lights above Bowling Green’s Capitol theater used to signify that a social event for the community and its guests lied just beyond the double doors of the building. Recently, though, those glowing letters gleam on a venue trying to establish...

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The Corvette Museum- A Car Enthusiast’s Dream

By James Humphrey Before you step through the doors of the National Corvette Museum, you know that this is a haven for car enthusiasts. A conspicuous yellow dome is designed to evoke the taillight of the Corvette Stingray. Vintage Corvettes sit out front; the signs on...

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A Decade of Train History at Railpark Museum

By Audrey Brown A woman and her young son stand observing an exhibit explaining Abraham Lincoln’s railroad legacy inside the Historic Railpark & Train Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The boy points enthusiastically at pictures of Lincoln, trains, and slaves...

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Bosnian-owned event venue brings community together

People crowd into and around La Gala, a Bosnian-owned event venue in Bowling Green, Kentucky, on March 3 for a Marija Šerifovic concert.  By Olivia Mohr Screaming people crowded around a stage at La Gala for Serbian singer Marija Šerifovic’s concert held there the...

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