With the Kentucky Derby right around the corner, we've got bourbon and heavy duty snacks on the brain.
You'll find bourbon mixed drinks, bourbon infusions, and bourbon slushies. People from Louisville drink it on the rocks or with a splash of water. There are plenty of opportunities to taste bourbon beyond the race track.
Since I'm not a native of the South, I love any excuse to direct my healthifying powers below the Mason Dixon line.
There's more to life than tequila and bourbon, even on Cinco de Derby weekend. And on May 6, when you're margarita'd and mint julep'd out and are looking for a change of pace, you'll thank me.
America has long had a love affair with horse racing. As we approach this year's 140th running of the Kentucky Derby, the first of the Triple Crown races, aficionados will focus on the new crop of 3-year-olds.
With under three weeks remaining until the Kentucky Derby, the horses and fans alike are making preparations for the biggest event in horse racing.
My great aunt Brenda Ann used to visit our house every Christmas and return all the gifts we had given her the previous year. "I hated this," she would tell my mother as Mom unwrapped the Sleeping Beauty VHS cassette that she had fought over with an 8 year old at the Blockbuster bargain bin.
It can happen to you, if you are Shug McGaughey, Dinny Phipps, Stuart Janney III and Joel Rosario, and your horse is Orb. The fairy tale? Why the Triple Crown, of course.
Within hours of Brooklyn losing game seven to Chicago, the Nets fired interim coach P.J. Carlesimo.
In the spirit of the Kentucky Derby, Bart Ma-jooski and Badge Williamson -- also known as Scott and Nick -- are back at it again for the start of the ...
It's off to the races come Kentucky Derby day on Saturday, and for us, that means one thing: Mint Juleps! Here are five modern-day variations.
The classic Kentucky Derby drink requires the perfect balance of mint, sweetness and bourbon.
You don't have to be in Kentucky to enjoy some southern hospitality.
A full field of 20 horses will be in Saturday's Kentucky Derby. The morning line favorite (7-2) is Orb in the 16th post. Goldencents, partially owned by champion Louisville's coach Rick Pitino is 5-1 and well positioned in the eighth post.
Her name is Rosie Napravnik. That's right, I said "her." Rosie is one of only a few successful female jockeys in history -- and she's the only female to be running for the roses this year.