Tucked in the far back corner of his office in the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center, Carl Kell leans back in his chair, smiles to himself and gives a little chuckle.
“So far, everything in this movie has been nuts,” said Yuliet Ortega, the subject of the documentary “¿Quién diablos es Juliette?” or “Who the Hell is Juliette?” translated from Spanish.
If a metal chicken sculpture and chicken-shaped sign that reads, “I get by with a little help from my Hens,” immediately visible upon entry, aren’t enough of a hint, the name Chickadee’s Comfort Food To Go is sure to let everyone know what’s on the menu.
Wearing a WKU polo and a Boyce General Store hat, Brad Golliher sat in a booth at Corner Bakery on a Wednesday morning eating a late breakfast with the older of his two sons, Brady.
What do a blood drive, synchronized dancing, can-made architecture and a muddy game of tug-of-war have in common? For one week each year, they are among the top priorities of WKU’s Greek population.