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Datebook: November 25 – Thanksgiving Day

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It’s Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, November 25.

The Paducah Writers Group convenes tomorrow and each Friday night at 8 p.m. at Etcetera Coffeehouse, 320 North 6th Street, Lowertown, Paducah.  Hear poets and storytellers and take part.

The Guild Art Gallery in Bradford Square Mall hosts a Christmas Bazaar tomorrow and Saturday from 10 to 8 both days.  Hopkinsville Art Guild members feature gifts under $100 in value including small original paintings, ornaments, jewelry, pottery and Christmas Cards.  The Mall is at 4000 Fort Campbell Boulevard in Hopkinsville.

Paducah’s Downtown Santa House opens Saturday and continues through December 18.  It’s at the Ice Rink on the corner of Jefferson and 2nd Streets.

Murray State’s CFSB Center presents Sesame Street Live, 1-2-3 Imagine with Elmo and Friends tomorrow through Sunday.  Shows are at 7 p.m. Friday, 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.  Tickets are available online at, by phone at 800-745-3000, or at the CFSB Box Office.

Enjoy blessings today.  And use to keep in touch. We’re grateful for your listening and for your support.

morning cram [gobble gobble edition]

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Robert Krulwich asks, “Who brought the turkey?” 

~NPR has the truth about the first Thanksgiving.

KENTUCKY~ The latest Paducah Police undercover theft sting nets no arrests. Law enforcement last month discovered more meth labs than ever before (and the state is already breaking its annual records). Unemployment figures lower across the region. Fort Campbell has a new (but familiar) incoming commander. Beshear appoints several area residents to advise on LBL matters.

TENNESSEE~ Paris’ hospital is going to build itself a new power plant for over $8mil. Adopt a wild horse next weekend.

OTHER~ Celebrate National Day of Listening (tomorrow) by hearing this piece.

Written by Chris Taylor

November 25, 2010 at 8:00 am

Posted in The Morning Cram