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A Castle for Sale in Versailles…Kentucky
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A Castle for Sale in Versailles…Kentucky

Versailles, KY – While this Versailles Castle has never been home to King Louis XIV, its grand accommodations and prime location in Kentucky horse country have made it a destination for other royalty.  The CastlePost has hosted such dignitaries as Saudi Arabia’s Prince Turki al-Faisal; Princess Haya bint al-Hussein, president of the Fédération Equestre Internationale; […]

Movie: Son of God
By January 20, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Movie: Son of God

Fresh from last year’s blockbuster success, ‘The Bible’, producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey prepare to bring the extraordinary life of Jesus to the silver screen in the new movie ‘Son of God’. PHOTOGRAPHY BY: 20th Century Fox WRITTEN BY: Southern Guide to Life Fresh from last year’s blockbuster success, ‘The Bible‘, producers Mark Burnett […]

Census Reports: Finding the Hidden Clues
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Census Reports: Finding the Hidden Clues

Genealogy is more than a hobby.  It is a relentless drive to find your own personal history.  It is a drive to reach back in time and connect the past with the present and to know that you are a part of unbroken chain of history that links you to every era of time.  To […]

Around the South: December 2013
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Around the South: December 2013

PHOTO: GALAXY OF LIGHTS @ HUNTSVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN Alabama The Magic of Model Trains (Birmingham – Nov 9 – Jan 5) The holidays are picking up steam at McWane Science Center with the return of the Magic of Model Trains exhibit. Discover trains of every shape and size inside this popular exhibit which features over a […]

Max Lacado’s The Christmas Candle
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Max Lacado’s The Christmas Candle

As the new CEO of EchoLight Studios, former U.S. senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum, hopes to start a new holiday tradition with this week’s theatrical release of The Christmas Candle.  Based on the book by one of America’s most inspiring  authors, Max Lucado, the film is billed as a ‘timeless holiday movie for the […]

Halloween: West Virginia Style
By October 25, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Halloween: West Virginia Style

With a little creativity and a lot of pumpkins, one man has turned his small West Virginia town into an international tourist destination. PHOTOGRAPH VIA K-C AUTUMNFEST WRITTEN BY SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE Kenova, WV – Where the Big Sandy River flows into the Ohio, three states converge on a single point of land.  The […]

Around the South: September 2013
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Around the South: September 2013

Find out what’s going on around the South this September. Photograph by: Tibor Fazakas Alabama Decatur Riverfest (Decatur – Sept 13-14) The Riverfest features more than 70 professional and amateur BBQ cooking teams from across the United States, competing for prize money and trophies, totaling $20,000. It is the only barbecue cook off in Alabama […]

Tennessee’s Quilt Trail
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Tennessee’s Quilt Trail

Cookeville, TN – Just Northeast of Nashville is the Upper Cumberland, a collection of counties situated along the snaking Cumberland River.  Two lane country highways weave their way through small towns and miles of lush green farm land.  Like weathered beacons dotting the landscape, old world barns rise among acres of corn, wheat, cotton and […]

5 Lost Rules of Etiquette
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5 Lost Rules of Etiquette

In generations past, etiquette was a complex and intricate code of behavior that held a society together.  Today, as our culture becomes ever more public, and our emphasis shifts to our “virtual” interaction, basic manners have begun to vanish. But no matter how technological our society becomes,  there are some manners that should never disappear. […]

Nashville’s CMA Music Festival (aka 42nd Fan Fair)
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Nashville’s CMA Music Festival (aka 42nd Fan Fair)

Written by: Marsha Jones Nashville, TN –Whether you live in Nashville or just want to visit, the best time to enjoy anything musical is the one full packed week in June when Music City turns on their charm for Fan Fair.

News Anchor Proposed to During Live Broadcast
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News Anchor Proposed to During Live Broadcast

Huntsville, AL – News anchors are accustomed to reporting about the lives and events of other people.  It is not everyday that they find themselves reporting about their own personnel life on live television.  But that is just want happened Saturday night when Huntsville’s FOX54 Nine O’clock News anchor Jillian Pavlica was surprised with a […]

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5 Important Things to Bring to Your Next Dr.’s Appointment
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5 Important Things to Bring to Your Next Dr.’s Appointment

Think of your medical appointments as any other important professional consultation.  When you go to your accountant’s office during tax season, you go prepared, with a clear objective and the understanding that you are paying for their time, knowledge and experience.  So why go to your doctor less prepared? Take some time, a few days […]

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