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Forecastle 2014: the Wrapup

Forecastle founder JK McKnight quoted Hunter S. Thompson “buy the ticket, take the ride” when he announced Forecastle 2014′s lineup, and the 2014 festival happened to coincide with the birthday of our gonzo native son. Forecastle 2014 suffered from the […]

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Rigorous and Adventurous: UK Art Museum’s new director Stuart Horodner settles in

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(Lo) Power to the People: Lexington has a new radio station on the way (and a patron saint)

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Big House. Little House. What’s on the market in Lex right now?

By Brian S. Powers A renewed economy manifests itself in many ways, but often none so visible as a thriving real estate market. Lexington’s market for real estate appears

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Josh Nadzam determined to replicate Manchester Bidwell in Lexington

By Patrick O'Dowd "It costs a lot of money to keep people poor. We spend $7 billion in Pennsylvania on welfare out of a $28 billion budget. What I

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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

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Fear the Fu: Is Lexington’s Dan Wu the next MasterChef

PHOTOS KENTUCKY STUDIO “You are about to do battle in the biggest culinary competition anywhere in the world today,” Chef and host Gordon Ramsay tells the 30 anxious home

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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

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The Appalachian Food Summit: The Promise of Holler to Table Dining

By Lora Smith The Inaugural Appalachian Food Summit held at the Hindman Settlement School on May 18th was a celebration of mountain food heritage that offered a glimpse at

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At Emerge14, from mayor to “KY Kicks Ass” rogues: “build a movement”

Kentucky's young leaders, gathered at Emerge14, heard about projects priced from $350 million to $3.5 million to one pencil. And the message was the same: Build a movement



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