May / 2007
Kentucky Living

This Month's Issue
 
On the Cover

 
To sell your house: STAGE IT
Find out from the experts how to present your house to ensure that it sells more quickly and for more money than other houses on the market by using a strategy called “staging”
 
>>Keyword Exclusive - More tips for staging your home
 
Building Beautiful Basements
Turn your cold, unfinished basement into a beautiful, warm, and comfortable space. Here are ideas for creating a basement for a funky place for teens to hang out, for a growing family with young kids, or a complete living area where the entire family spends most of their time
 
>>Keyword Exclusive - Diary of a basement
 
Gathering of the Clans
Men dressed in kilts playing bagpipes, muscular men heaving logs, stones, hammers, and weights, parades and music, and lots more entertainment for the entire family when more than 90 family clans gather to celebrate their Scottish heritage at the Glasgow Highland Games
 
2007 Kentucky County Fairs
Ice cream cones, cotton candy, candied apples, horse shows, tractor pulls, 4-H entries, and pitch the ring around the bottle for a teddy bear—don’t miss out on the down-home fun of a county fair, mark your calendar now.



 
From the Editor - Werewolves of electricity
 
Commonwealths
Know fishing
Guest Opinion: Fund advanced energy research
Big beef party
Brass band celebration
Fab Four fest
Mushroom rules
Correction: Green power
Correction: Dinner theater
Co-op Postcard: Nolin wins award for energy efficiency
 
Kindred Spirits - Clothesline fresh
 
Cut Your Utility Bills - Using the new energy tax credits
 
Events - Battle on the Byway Bicycle Races
 
The Future of Electricity - The importance of electricity reserves
 
Traveling Kentucky
Family Fun Spots
Make Merry in MainStrasse
 
Kentucky Kids Page - Sports safety
 
Kentucky Cooks - Party spreads
 
At Home in the Garden - Test the hardiness zone
 
Your Health - Do you have mold allergies?
 
Money Matters - Remodeling time
 
Great Outdoors - Finding the fish in Lake Cumberland
 
The View From Plum Lick - Life without electricity