The Pappygate


In Frankfort, Kentuky, everyone knows each other, 25,000 people who live in the seat of Franklin County and state’s capital. Despite what you may think, the name doesn’t come from the most famous German city. The town founded in 1786 and had its name from a pioneer killed by Native Americans. The young man, Stephen Frank, was fatally shot as he crossed the ford of the Kentucky River so to the pioneer settlement was given the name of Frank’s ford, which later…

'Wine' Roland Mucciarelli

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