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  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe: Rita Carraway's 2x4 Soup

    The women’s group of my church, Radcliff Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), holds its annual church bazaar on the first Saturday in November. Usually, a couple of us will bring something for those of us who are working to eat for lunch. This year it was Rita Carraway of Vine Grove who remembered that we would be getting hungry and she brought a soup that has become my favorite.

  • Where They're Playing

    Concert may include admission cost even if not listed.

    April 15
    BRIAN YOUNG @Bardstown Opry, 426 Sutherland Road, Bardstown. POC: (859) 336-9839.

    April 16
    CHAZ MCKINNEY @ Texas Outlaw, 200 Commerce Drive, E’town. POC: chazmckinneymusic@hotmail.com.

    JUNELL STREET @ Gondolier Italian Restaurant, 2414 Ring Road, E’town, 8 p.m.-midnight. POC: Gary Fights, 763-6459.

    April 21

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe: Low-fat, low suger treats

    By MARY ALICE HOLT

    Tickle Ragland of Hodgenville has sent us two more recipes that are low in fat and low in sugar. Since Tickle is a diabetic, she’s always on the lookout for such recipes.

  • Tron: Legacy -- Back in the grid

    "TRON: Legacy"
    Rated PG for sequences of sci-fi action violence and brief mild language.
    Release date: Dec. 17
    Runtime: 127 minutes
    Rating: three out of five take slates

    By BECCA OWSLEY
    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    “TRON: Legacy” had a $43.6 million opening weekend, but will audiences return over the competitive Christmas weekend?

  • Dash of Class: Recipes for sharing

    By NORA SWEAT

    Two days before Christmas and all through the house,

    Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.

    Thank heavens since we have lived in this house (37 years), we have never had a mouse (knock on wood).

    Things have begun to slow down here, the presents are all wrapped and in shopping bags depending on where they are going.

  • Breathe in Christmas

    By BECCA OWSLEY
    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    Christmas decorating hasn’t been as exciting this year as in years past.

    The outdoor lighting has been minimized; it seemed more of a hassle than enjoyable. But part of this year's décor includes a few simple window candle lights.

    At night, I turn off the lights in the house and let the warm glow of the window lights and the lights on the Christmas trees fill my home.

  • 'The Heartland Review' announces two contests

    The News-Enterprise

    “The Heartland Review,” a literary publication of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, is announcing two contests.

    Submissions to the 2011 Joy Bale Boone Poetry Prize will be accepted until Jan. 30. The review requests a $5 contribution for each poem to support the contest and publication.

  • Terry Strange: The man, the music, the teacher

    For more than four decades, Terry Strange has been strumming along to the music of life, beginning with an interest in guitar and mandolin.

    “It’ll be 45 years in July,” Strange said. “I started when I was 5 years old.”

    Over the years, music has become a driving force in Strange’s life, particularly Bluegrass music.

    Today, as the owner of a music studio where he teaches banjo and guitar, among other instruments, Strange is hoping to preserve what he loves.

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe: Mary Iseler's Church Windows

    By MARY ALICE HOLT

    Mary Iseler of Elizabethtown has sent us a recipe from her childhood — Church Windows. She says she’s not sure where the recipe originated, but she’s guessing it would have been the Port Huron Times Herald.

  • Author wants business leadership to 'Take It To The Max'

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    Professional speaker Jeff Peden wants business leaders to “Take It To The Max.”
    The Radcliff author will be signing copies of his book, “Take It To The Max: The Ultimate Strategy for Maximizing Profits and Growth,” from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at The Bookstore in Radcliff.
    In his book, Peden parlays his business experience into advice for those in leadership roles.