Lincoln HistoryMobile Now on Tour Throughout Kentucky

A new HistoryMobile exhibit, “Kentucky’s Abraham Lincoln,” began its statewide tour February 12, 2008, at national “kick-off” ceremonies in Hodgenville, Ky. Throughout the two-year Bicentennial period, “Kentucky’s Abraham Lincoln” will reach tens of thousands of visitors at venues throughout the state, including Paducah, Ashland, Louisville, Lexington, Frankfort, and more.

Dynamix Productions produced the audio portions of the museum that included reenactments of figures throughout history that were directly influenced by Lincoln. The exhibit inside the 18-wheeler is maintained by the Kentucky Historical Society.

To find out more, visit their webiste: Kentucky Historical Society

Hey, Hey It's the Monkees!

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Minit Mart Cuppajoe

Earnhart + Friends in Bowling Green, Kentucky recently produced a series of radio spots for the Minit Mart convenience store chain featuring a talking cup of coffee. Okay, I know what you're thinking - coffee can't talk. Well, don't mistreat your gormet coffee from Minit Mart by dunking a donut in it, or it just might! Glen Little provided the humorously understated voice of "Cuppajoe," Written by Mike Ferguson and produced by Neil Kesterson of Dynamix Productions.

Listen to a sample here.

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New Star Wars Fan Film Distributed in LA

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