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Lexington Downtowners on the G Word: Gentrification

by Bianca Spriggs In 2008, stunned Lexingtonians watched helplessly as what is now affectionately remembered as “The Dame Block,” was being demolished to make way for the new CentrePointe complex. Bound by West Main, West Vine, South Upper and South […]

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Moveable Feast Lexington celebrates 15 years

THE KITCHEN IS STILL OPEN: Moveable Feast Lexington celebrates fifteen years of delivering meals and saving lives By Bianca Spriggs In the United States, where almost half of our food

Luxury and Riot: A review of the debut CD by Palisades

by Bianca Spriggs(photo by Amanda Ralston)In a contemporary music industry that thrives on slight-of-hand more than substance, buy a typical album and you might end up with a

Hip-Hop for the Fans by the Fans: A review of "Thanks for Listening"

by Bianca SpriggsIf you know even a little bit about hip-hop, as in, you’ve been anywhere near a set of speakers in the last thirty years, you know

People’s Poet Nikky Finney 03.18.2011

BY BIANCA SPRIGGS I remember my first time seeing Nikky Finney read her poems. I was nineteen years old and had just started to put together pieces of poems

The Coal War: An Evening With the Arts

BY BIANCA SPRIGGSOn Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 7 PM, Natasha’s Bistro and Bar will host The Coal War: An Evening With The Arts to benefit the making

Accents Publishing Release March 3rd

Accents Publishing and the Poezia Writing Group would like to invite everyone who appreciates poetry to join in a celebration on March 3, 2011 at 6:30 pm in

ART LOVERS Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether

The most hands-on visual arts couple in town, Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether couldn’t find a place to get a slice anywhere when they first moved to Lexington

To the Wind and On To Heaven Sunday Valley Releases New CD

Much of Sunday Valley’s power comes from their live set where fans are singing along with almost every song, and a single tune can go on for ten

Sunday Valley Releases New Album

by Bianca Spriggs(photo by Richie Wireman)In her drawing, “Leashed Passion,” American artist, Laurie Lipton, depicts a snarling, tongue-lolling mountain lion mid-pace in a child’s playroom. Seated comfortably



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