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“Inside Comedy: The Soul, Wit, and Bite of Comedy and Comedians of the Last Five Decades” by David Steinberg. New York: Knopf, 2021. 338 pages. $30.

The prevailing belief is that people don’t like change. If that were true, no one would ever get married or have a baby.

Direct support professionals assist people who have intellectual or developmental disabilities in realizing their fullest potential. They help people become integrated and engaged in their communities and teach them how to live as independently as possible.

Ricky and Cindy Sowders to Kevin and Emily Williams, land near 13th Street, $125,000.

In John Sayles’ excellent film “Matewan,” Black, Italian and White coal miners go on strike in 1921. After moving out of the company town into a tent city, they try to communicate with and help one another. A West Virginia woman hands an Italian mother some wild bulbs and says, “These is ram…

“Overloaded: How Every Aspect of Your Life is Influenced by Your Brain Chemicals” by Ginny Smith. New York: Bloomsbury Sigma, 2021. 336 pages, $28 (hardcover).

When Maysville’s Rosemary Clooney in 1954 recorded her No. 1 hit “This Ole House,” she couldn’t possibly have been thinking about the state’s beautiful historic homes. Her song reached the top of the charts in the United States and the United Kingdom.

T.J. Samson Community Hospital’s Rehabilitation Department recently received a check for $2,007.87 from Anthony Myatt, owner of Modern Woodmen in Glasgow, for C.A.M.P. TJ.

If you want to make bees, hummingbirds and cats happy, plant some catnip – Nepeta cataria. This perennial member of the mint family has been cultivated for centuries, having both culinary and medicinal uses.

Bowling Green’s Bobby Rabold found more than 3,500 negatives taken during the early 1900s by his late grandfather Earl David Rabold. The photographs show diverse scenes and people in and around Bowling Green. Each week in the Sunday Reader section, the Daily News will publish several photogr…

“Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson. New York: Penguin Random House, 2020. 476 pages, $32 (hardcover).

Frankie Bain to Logan and Alexis Erskine, land near Blue Level Road, $175,000.

“Dear Evan Hansen,” the adaptation of the popular Broadway musical, has its heart in the right place and is a film with good intentions that wants to provide a voice for many of the problems facing teenagers today.

Span Tech, which designs and produces custom plastic chain conveyor systems for manufacturers, broke ground Sept. 15 at its new location at 101 Hilltopper Way in Glasgow.

Donald and Connie Bratcher to DCTJ Properties LLC, Unit 32, Capitol Commons Condominiums, no tax.

The line between “corporate employee” and “entrepreneur” is blurring fast. Organizations now recognize the need for rapid innovation, growth mindsets and other self-starter habits typically reserved for entrepreneurs or scrappy startups.

Cannabis sativa was used to make rope in ancient China. The rope served as proxy snakes to beat sickbeds, driving out the demons who caused illness. Quality textiles and many other useful things are still made from the hemp plant.

“Just a Few Miles South: Timeless Recipes from our Favorite Places” by Ouita Michel, Sara Gibbs and Genie Graf. Illustrated by Brenna Flannery. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2021. 187 pages, $24.95 (hardcover).

Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical, a provider of residential and commercial service and repair, has announced a three-year partnership with Nashville’s Vanderbilt University and its athletic department.