Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountains were the birthplace of Bluegrass Music and Bill Monroe who became the Godfather of the Bluegrass.
Exploring America’s history and how it impacts today’s society – from the Founding Mothers to what marijuana tells us about States’ rights
The story of Route 23, the Country Music Highway, that stretches across Eastern Kentucky, and home to some of America’s greatest Country Music stars.
Did you know that during the American Revolutionary War some American women disguised themselves as men in order to join the fight?
President Ulysses S Grant was a Civil War hero who helped bring about an end to slavery, but he was a controversial figure too – and here’s why.
Did you know that when the US Constitution was first drafted in 1787, lots of Americans thought it was a bad idea? That’s why Founding Fathers Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay wrote the Federalist Papers
The Bill of Rights makes up the first ten amendments to the US Constitution. Many people still consider the Bill of Rights to be the cornerstone of our society.
As our understanding of the consequences of drug abuse has improved; can America ever win the War on Drugs?
What can marijuana laws tell us about states rights and the US government?
How prostitution helped build and define the American west
Are women treated unfairly in America – in business? in government?