This week, Occupy's Strike Debt! working group will be mailing out over 1,000 letters to individuals, mostly in Kentucky and Ohio, who collectively owe over $1,000,000 in personal medical debt.
Because I create/burnish brand stories for a living and because I have an outward appearance that causes strangers to pull out cameras and snap away in my face, I spend a lot of time thinking about brands, branded things and experiences.
You've let down the very same Kentuckians you were elected to represent, by choosing to first represent the interests of those who write your campaign checks.
Something consistently missing in a report that emphasizes growth and profit is students and whether Pearson's high tech snake oil actually promotes student learning. Pearson is a money making machine, but is this education?
Imagine that you've grown up in a beautiful, hilly countryside near many streams where you played and fished as a child. Now, years later, you can't e...
I've always encouraged people to put the maximum amount into a 401(k) plan. Few do. Many put in little or nothing at all. Now they are looking at a bleak retirement. Or no retirement at all.
Ashley Judd's all but declared Senate campaign has the potential to have an impact far beyond Kentucky politics.
Sounds to us like the Creation Museum is the perfect mecca for both Bible thumpers and potheads! That's why we were shocked to learn that this major, multimillion-dollar facility has suddenly found itself taking a crash course in survival of the fittest.
When most people think of Arabs and Jews, they usually don't think of the American South as the traditional settling place for these very two ethnic groups. Yet it may come as a surprise that several Arabs and Jews call Kentucky home.
Even if you don't know what a mass tort administrator or a class action administrator does, odds are that you have interacted with one at one time.
It all started with the idea of a Super Bowl commercial to promote the real Kentucky. "We wanted to put it on the biggest stage in the world," says Whit Hiler of ad agency Cornet IMS in Lexington.
Sometimes you get to fulfill your dreams. Sometimes you never knew they were your dreams until the opportunity knocks on your door. Or a headhunter calls out of the blue.
The leaves and the farmer's market stalls aren't the only things that are changing this autumn. Our cocktail culture is easing into a new type of seasonal sipping, white wine spritzers be damned.
The calendar may read October, but if you love whiskey, it's like Christmas is already here. Right now distilleries are unlocking their vaults and emptying their casks to release special limited edition bottlings.
About 100 years ago, my great-grandfather Jim Beam bought the family house on North Third Street. Back then, it was called "Distiller's Row" because all the major distillers lived there.