Erileigh’s Raven & Moth Paducah

5 / 5 ( 9 votes ) 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 […]

Herbane Naturals, Paducah KY

5 / 5 ( 8 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – Herbane Naturals features organic soaps, deodorants and more located at 533 Madison Street at 6th Street in downtown Paducah, KY. The soaps have no added fragrances or dyes. The bars are made with locally sourced ingredients and essential oils for the most natural soaps on the market. […]

Christmas Parade Paducah, KY (Let it Glow)

5 / 5 ( 5 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – Paducah’s Let it Glow Christmas Parade had around 100 floats that traveled the opposite direction on Broadway towards the river from 14th to 2nd on December 2nd. It started around 5pm and ended around 7pm. This years theme was Let it Glow, Let it Glow, Let […]

Christmas Lights Downtown Paducah

5 / 5 ( 5 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – Beautiful Christmas lights and holiday decorations can be found on just about every corner in the historic downtown area of Paducah, KY. The city along with locally-owned downtown businesses have gone out of their way to decorate streets and windows with holiday cheer, and it […]

Christmas in Noble Park Paducah

4.9 / 5 ( 17 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – Christmas in Noble Park, sponsored by Paducah Power, is the yearly event that turns the park into a Christmas wonderland. And with a half million lights attached to hundreds of animated characters and everything-Christmas, it covers most of the 135 acres of land that makes […]

Market House Museum Downtown Paducah

5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – The William Clark Market House Museum features local history in a 9th-century drugstore along with a gift shop located in historic downtown Paducah. I took some pictures to show a few things that are in this magical building. There is so much more to see such […]

Walker Hall Veterans Day Tribute, Paducah, KY

3 / 5 ( 2 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – On Veterans Day, David and Linda Curtis paid tribute to family members who sacrificed their lives during multiple wars by planting flags and posters with each family member’s name and the wars that they served in. The memorial was at Walker Hall in the grassy area […]

Paducah Antique Mall – Paducah

5 / 5 ( 3 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – Paducah Antique Mall is a neatly organized vintage store in a huge 7500-square-feet historic building located at 407 Broadway Street in downtown Paducah, KY. I think of the Paducah Antique Mall as a vintage gift shop. It’s got older stuff that reminds us old fogies […]

McClaran Manner – Historic Downtown Paducah

5 / 5 ( 5 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – McClaran Manner Fashion Boutique is an elegant and refined women’s clothing store located on Market House Square in the Historic District of Downtown Paducah, KY. I purchased another shirt by Side Stitch for my better half. She loves they way it looks and feels and […]

American Queen departs from Paducah [video]

5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – People gathered to watch The American Queen depart from Paducah’s riverfront last night on November 4th, 2017. This mighty five-story vessel is the biggest riverboat ever built and more like a floating luxury hotel than a riverboat. Watching riverboats, barges and other boats travel up and […]

Paducah’s Broadway Street 2017 Highlights [music video]

4.7 / 5 ( 9 votes ) 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 […]

Paducah’s Giant Indian Sculpture ‘Wacinton’ Honors Chickasaw

5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) PADUCAH, KY – Wacinton is the name of the giant Indian statue that sits along Park Avenue in Noble Park next to the tennis courts in Paducah, KY. Wacinton means “to have understanding.” It was hand-carved in 1985 by Peter “Wolf” Toth from a local 56,000 pound red […]