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Kathryn Witt

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Kathryn Witt is the author of several books, including the historical novel, The Secret of the Belles; Atlanta Georgia: A Photographic Portrait; Contemporary American Doll Artists and their Dolls; and Doll Directory. She has also written three children’s storybook series for Malaysian publisher Penerbitan Pelangi. A member of the Authors Guild and Midwest Travel Journalists Association, Kathryn is a travel and lifestyle writer whose work appears regularly in Kentucky Living, Georgia, Tribune New Service and Travel Goods Showcase, among other publications. Kathryn is the recipient of numerous awards for her writing, including two Lily scholarships and multiple Mark Twain Travel Writing Awards. She lives in Northern Kentucky.
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Bolts of colorful cotton line the walls of a building where black and white movies were once shown more than eight decades ago. The Kentucky Theatre opened in 1939 at 15 West Southern Avenue in Covington’s Latonia neighborhood. The 800-seat movie

Bolts of colorful cotton line the walls of a building where black and white movies were once shown more than eight decades ago.   The Kentucky Theatre opened in 1939 at 15 West Southern Avenue in Covington’s Latonia neighborhood. The 800-seat movie house brought

Newest guidebook, Cincinnati Scavenger, by Kathryn Witt, with photography by John Witt. There are all kinds of treasures hidden in plain sight all over Greater Cincinnati—buildings, statues, signage, murals, monuments, architectural details—that tell a story about what makes this region

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