Here's a quick update on the launch of Bluegrass Today. As many of you know, we were set to convert Bluegrass Today over to this new platform last week, but as zero hour approached, our IT team pulled the plug. During
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Are we back?
Well... sort of. The IT guys want a little more time before Bluegrass Today goes live, so we'll post some of the new content over here (and over there) in the meantime. When the switchover takes place, everything will be at
Adios Bluegrass Blog
We hardly knew ye... After 6 years publishing as The Bluegrass Blog, this is the final post under that name. All existing content will move to our new home, Bluegrass Today, effective Tuesday, September 6. The Bluegrass Blog will be viewable
Big changes afoot…
OK... no more hinting and teasing. The long-awaited day is just around the corner. On Tuesday, September 6, The Bluegrass Blog will become Bluegrass Today in the first stage roll out for this exciting new online project. Longtime readers already know that
More feedback on Bill Monroe series
Regular readers have noted our year-long series of Bill Monroe facts, I'm Going Back To Old Kentucky, prepared by Richard Thompson. Each day Richard brings forward Monroe milestones that occurred on that date through the years - some monumental, others
Can you draw? Are you funny or clever?
So far, we've been delighted with the response from possible correspondents and writers who may come on board when we make our planned transition to a new, more feature-rich site this Fall. What we still hope to find is more illustrators,
The Bluegrass Blog wants you!
The Bluegrass Blog is set to undergo some dramatic modifications this year, to which I have alluded in recent weeks. The changes are occurring as a result of the departure of my dear friend and founding co-blogger Brance Gillihan, and
Reader mail: Bill Monroe, Schmill Monroe
Our ongoing series, I'm Going Back To Old Kentucky by Richard Thompson, has generated more reader comment than any feature we have yet run on The Bluegrass Blog. Most of what we hear is quite favorable, but a few folks
One thing we rarely do here on The Bluegrass Blog is brag on ourselves. Part of that comes from a desire to focus on the news that matters to folks in the bluegrass world, and part from the memory of
User Registration on The Bluegrass Blog
A little housekeeping... We've been overwhelmed with spam user registrations recently, so we've taken appropriate measures to prevent it. Starting today, all user registrations must be approved by the blog admin. Additionally, some registrations will be blocked automatically based on a