All posts by Kakie Urch

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Punk’s Not Dead: X’s John Doe stars in Pleased to Meet Me

By Kakie Urch The director who says he went to film school at the Kentucky Theatre is bringing it home to roost. On February 16, he’ll sit in Lexington’s  Main Street landmark and watch the screen flicker, not with Nights […]

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Art Duo Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova are This Year’s Models in Ace

This Year’s Models The Art Duo behind The Lexington Tattoo Project By Kakie Urch This Year’s Model is the duo behind the sprawling, living, breathing, exfoliating, video-starring, print-book-filling human concrete poem

CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper speaks at Memorial Coliseum at University of Kentucky

Anderson Cooper thrills University of Kentucky audience with compassion, insight, humor

CNN anchor and reporter Anderson Cooper brought a 2,500-person crowd to its feet on the University of Kentucky campus Monday night with his "From The Frontlines: A Conversation

Near the mouth of Marble Creek by Guy Mendes

I-75 Connector opposed by Kentucky Literati at ‘Off the Road’

Off the Road Kentucky Literati ‘disconnectors’ oppose I-75 connector at upcoming rally By Kakie Urch The tall timbers of the Kentucky literary, art and music world will stand together “Off

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A Conversation with Joel Pett: Carnegie Center retrospective celebrates 30 years

By Kakie Urch Joel Pett has been the political cartoonist for the Lexington Herald-Leader since 1984, a tenure of 29.5 years, an even 30 in April. In one of those

Erik Reece reads from The Guy Davenport Reader

Reading “The Guy Davenport Reader”: Erik Reece, Guy Mendes, Richard Taylor

Guy Davenport was a lodestone for the intellectual life that converged in Lexington in the 1960s, '70s and '80s. Drawn in by this Georgia-born, Harvard-educated "one of the last

Cast of "Siberia," new NBC show. Kentuckian George Dickson far right.

It was a real Kentuckian who wrote and directed “fake” Siberia reality show for NBC

In a format described as " 'Lost' meets 'Survivor,'" tonight's new NBC show, Siberia, breaks new ground on TV as a "scripted horror series within a 'reality' show."

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Red River Moon: Latest Kentucky-made movie to premiere at Kentucky Theatre

By Kakie Urch When Lexington filmmaker Bruce Barnett lived in California, people would ask him what he missed most about Kentucky. “I would say ‘the Red River Gorge and the

Magic Hat and West Sixth Announce Settlement

Magic Hat, West Sixth announce settlement of logo dispute

Well, 6 and 9 have called a truce. After a scheduled settlement hearing yesterday in U.S. District Court in Lexington, the local brewery West Sixth Brewing and the large

Revisions to West Sixth logo submitted to Magic Hat on FB post

West Sixth posts FB compromise proposal to Magic Hat, #9 maker responds

As social media reacts to the Magic Hat logo lawsuit against West Sixth, the four principals behind the Lexington, Kentucky microbrewery at the corner of W. Sixth and



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