The numbers below, updated daily, represent: the current number of active cases of COVID-19; the total number of cases (number of laboratory confirmed cases/probable cases); the number of people who have recovered (lab confirmed/probable); and the number of deaths. (Note: Numbers in parenthe…

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We get it. You want nothing more than to fire up the grill, crack open a cold one, and have all your friends and family over for a good, old-fashioned cookout this Independence Day. You’ve all been apart too long, and the holiday seems like the perfect chance to gather again. Read more

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Race is much on America’s mind now, in all the myriad ways it shapes our lives, whatever color our skin might be. It also lies at the heart of Brit Bennett’s moving and insightful new novel, “The Vanishing Half,” the story of twin sisters who choose to live their lives as different races, on… Read more

Jim and Angie Rayls are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary this week. The pair met through family friends and married June 24, 1960, at Pleasant View Baptist Church in Natural Bridge, Kentucky. Read more

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Pride Month is about much more than a rainbow flag. This year, many members and supporters of the LGBTQ community are reminding others how Pride began – a protest and eventual riot not unlike the scenes that have dominated the news cycle throughout this month. Read more

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We don’t think much about pirates, and when we do they’re watered-down versions of the real thing, inspirations for goofy movies and theme park rides and, locally, for a big family-friendly parade with the slightest naughty, noisy edge. Read more

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The last time Yonder Mountain String Band played together March 12, the U.S. was a different place. Most of the country didn’t own a cloth mask, there were no medical tents in New York’s Central Park, and the late-night talk shows had just announced they would pivot to taping shows without a… Read more

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Tiger Woods, much like Michael Jordan before him, once occupied a unique space in the American sports psyche. He was an omnipresent figure who a captivated audience watched under a microscope for decades, but about whom relatively little was known beyond his athletic excellence and a careful… Read more

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Art exhibits have always been immersive in one way or another. Although visitors were never allowed to touch Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” at The Museum of Modern Art, seeing the colors, textures and brushstrokes of the painting were always enough to transport them to the artist’s as… Read more

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A new season of Karina Longworth’s incredible Hollywood history podcast “You Must Remember This” dropped Tuesday, and this one may prove to be the most groundbreaking season yet. If you’re not already familiar with “You Must Remember This,” it’s a spellbinding oral history throughout the fir… Read more