Happy Weekend. Kentucky Notes of the Week

Vintage base ball appeared in Georgetown at the historic Ward Hall. [Lexington Herald-Leader]

Second Sunday in Lexington will be celebrated on the airport runway this weekend. Take advantage of this - when else can you play on a runway? [Tom Eblen]

Explore the folklore of burgoo, a traditional and almost exclusively-Kentucky dish. [History Burgoo]

The teahouse of Elmwood Inn in Perryville is profiled by Hometown Tours [WTVQ]

Bourbon tastings might still come to the World Equestrian Games. [Lexington Herald-Leader]

Columbia's Steakhouse is a 62-year veteran of Lexington's dining scene. Yum. [Ace Weekly]

The Distillery District in Lexington gets a new roadside historical marker and its history is profiled. [BizLex]

The mixed-use/condo market of Lexington is analyzed with the contrast of recent wins and fails in various greater-downtown projects. [BizLex]

CentrePointe developers are retooling the design, but not enough. Plus there are some serious questions left to be answered. [Lowell's]

$3 million streetscape project will beautify the Second Street area adjacent to Louisville's new Yum! Arena. [Courier Journal]

The Governor addresses the convention of the Future Farmers of America; informs the FFA that Kentucky farmers are essential to food, power supplies. [Governor's Blog]

The Kentucky Hall of Governors at Frankfort's Kentucky History Center will be getting a $215,000 upgrade with "a more modern approach." [Bluegrass Politics]