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Feelin' groovy?

By Kathy Witt from August 2014 Issue

Feelin' groovy?

Credit: Norton Center for the Arts

The Norton Center for the Arts, conceptualized during the 1960s and completed in 1973, represents timeless architecture.

Where can you find 1963 in Kentucky—where the Mad Men aesthetic of mid-century cool in dress, design, and décor is imprinted onto the destination? Turns out, there…
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