The Martha Graham Dance Company is the oldest dance company in America,  founded in 1926. It has helped develop many famous dancers and choreographers of the 20th and 21st centuries including Erick Hawkins , Anna Sokolow , Merce Cunningham , Lila York , and Paul Taylor . It continues to perform, including at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in June 2008. The company also performed in 2007 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago , with a program consisting of: Appalachian Spring , Embattled Garden , Errand into the Maze , and American Original .  
Collier, deputy Johnson, David "Dink" Allen, attorney Robert "Bob" Holman, Jack Wilkins, W. R. Benedict, county attorney Phlete A. Martin, deputy tax collector John Levell, constable Marion A. Wallace (the dead sheriff's nephew), Wil Hollis, William Bee Williams, Richard "Dick" Cook, deputy sheriff Eugene Logan, constable Sam Waggoner, Clint Rutherford, and Verna Wilkerson were all charged with conspiring to falsify a case against the Marlow brothers, conspiring to kill the Marlow brothers in an ambush, and murdering Alfred and Lewellyn Marlow while they were in the protective custody of a United States Marshal.   However, only Cook, Hollis, Levell, Logan, Rutherford, Waggoner, Wallace, Wilkerson, and Williams, went to trial. 
Kentucky is called the “Bluegrass State” due to the fertile soil. Kentucky is home to the world’s longest cave system, Mammoth Cave National Park, which is a popular tourist destination. Kentucky’s economy was centered around coal and agriculture but today it is one of the leaders in automobile assembly including the Toyota Camry, which is the best-selling car in the United States. The state produces 95% of the world’s bourbon including the brands Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark. Kentucky hosts “The Run for the Roses”, otherwise known as the Kentucky Derby. The Triple Crown horse race draws crowds of over 150,000 people to Churchill Downs. The state boasts the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville basketball teams which have won a combined 11 NCAA titles. Other notables from the state include Kentucky Fried Chicken, Bluegrass legend Bill Monroe, country music star Merle Travers and hip indie bands My Morning Jacket and Cage the Elephant.