Restore Your Land with a Pocket Prairie

Take a moment to look outside your window, or take a stroll in your backyard. Imagine what that very land used to look like before it was ever settled on or used for agriculture or development. The land may have been any type of landscape such as; a meadow/prairie full of grasses, a wetland withContinue reading “Restore Your Land with a Pocket Prairie”

Appalachia Music & New Albums

I’m super excited about this post. It is about one of my favortist subjects; Appalachian music. The music that was created from those who came from Ireland and England to the hills of Kentucky. I’m not sure exactly where my initial interest in folk music came from, but I remember going to the Appalachian/Bluegrass concertsContinue reading “Appalachia Music & New Albums”

Music Artist Ben Sollee & Inclusions Album

Check out music artist Ben Sollee on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. I remember playing in orchestra with this guy, who is now getting to be a pretty famous name! (and maybe went to college with the percussionist?) I think of Ben as mostly a solo artist who works with a violinist and percussionist too.Continue reading “Music Artist Ben Sollee & Inclusions Album”

10th Annual Dog Paddle

>This morning I went to the 10th annual Dog Paddle at Woodland Park’s swimming pool. They have the event on the last day the pool is open for the season. It is sponsored by many companies around Lexington, but is put together by Friends of the Dog Parks. It is a great event, and soContinue reading “10th Annual Dog Paddle”