93.3 WKYQ has plans for you this weekend: the Hot August Blues Festival, this Friday and Saturday at Kenlake State Park Amphitheater! Some of the best blues bands in the region will perform, and you won’t want to miss a single minute! Advance tickets are $15 for Friday, $20 for Saturday or both days for just $30! (Tickets at the gate are $20 for Friday, $25 for Saturday and $40 for both days). Get advance tickets at both locations of Roof Brothers Wine & Spirits, Kaylee’s Farmhouse Restaurant in…Read full post
93.3 WKYQ reminds you that summer isn’t over yet; there’s still the Pearl of the Purchase District Fair, this Thursday through Saturday at the Mayfield-Graves County Fairgrounds! Enjoy three big days of action-packed fun for the whole family! Here’s the schedule fo events…
THURSDAY-4-H and FFA Educational Exhibits and Judging-All day
FRIDAY-“Farm Feast” featuring local restaurants-Inflatables-2-Man Sorting Pen-to-Pen Contest-Vendor and Craft show-4 to 9 p.m.
SATURDAY-“Pearl of the Purchase” Pro Rodeo-4 to 9 p.m.
Listen to Matt between 7 p.m. and midnight to win free rodeo tickets, only…Read full post
This Jamaican transplant living in the U.S. really gets into watching Usain Bolt run. She even uses props! Click here to watch the video and to catch Usain’s mom’s reaction to her son’s victory.
93.3 WKYQ wants you to make plans now to attend the 2016 Murray Ice Cream Festival, Friday evening September 9th & Saturday, September 10th at Murray’s Court Square! The fun starts on Friday night at 5 p.m. with Murray Bank Night with Murray Main Street! Enjoy inflatables, bungee jumping and other kids activities; the Murray Bank Night Scooper Bowl supporting Calloway County charitable organizations, and this year’s free outdoor movie “Hotel Transylvania 2”, sponsored by Celebrations Events…Read full post
A young man shared this quirky photo last week of his dad’s bowling ball pyramid made from 1,785 bowling balls that he has collected over the last 15 years.
Obviously many users’ first question was, why? Quite simply, why not? He says his parents saw a picture of a bowling ball pyramid in 2001 and decided to make one for themselves.
The balls themselves are stacked (no glue or epoxy used) however his dad did build a concrete base to exact dimensions to insure…Read full post