PADUCAH, KY – The Smedley Yeiser is a classical event venue that resides in a perfectly restored 1852 home located in the Lower Town Art District neighborhood in downtown Paducah, KY.
The Juniper Bar at the Smedley Yeiser features hand-crafted drinks and cocktails in a warm homelike setting. The bar is open to the public Thursday through Saturday from 5pm to 10pm and 11am to 5pm on Sundays.
PADUCAH, KY – Raven & Moth is a salon and boutique located inside the historic Smedley Yeiser home at 533 Madison Street in Lower Town Paducah, KY.
Owned by Hair Stylist Erileigh, Raven & Moth is a unique Lifestyle Boutique featuring custom cuts and hair coloring along with locally-made clothing, women’s Jewelry, art and more.
Erileigh mentioned that the, “Clothes come from all over that are either handmade or made out of organic material. A lady in Murray makes all of my silk pieces and they’re all made out of recycled-vintage Sarees from India.”
You can find woven clothing made by Lily Liu, a local artist and clothing designer right here in the Lower Town Arts District. You will see Belgian tapestry pillows and local artwork in the shop as well.
Most of the jewelry is made by Erileigh’s mother, Melanie, who is an expert in making beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces.
The shop is eclectic and rightly so being in Paducah’s Arts District. This is another quaint and locally owned gem so please give Raven & Moth a try the next time you need your hair done or want to check out the new local trends in clothing and jewelry.
It was such a pleasure meeting you, Erileigh, and I wanted to thank you for the interview.
Paducah’s Broadway Street 2017 Highlights [music video]
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PADUCAH, KY – Paducah’s Broadway Street was featured in this music video that consists of random photos taken during 2017. Broadway is lined with beautifully renovated buildings that sends you back in time hence the romantic attraction.
Paducah is a wonderful town with ties dating back to 1815 when it first settled. Today Broadway is the heart of downtown and is part of the Historic Main Street Program that now spans twenty blocks.
This twenty-block section of downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and deemed as Paducah’s official Historic District.
Like Broadway, Paducah’s Historic District is is filled with locally owned shops, eateries, apartments, boutique hotels with more to come.
Like its buildings, these businesses are one-of-a-kind gems, exclusive only to Paducah and part of what makes this town so special.