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Lexington’s 6th Annual Fest of Ales Caps Off a Month of Beer

By Chris Campbell Six years ago, Lexington’s first modern day beer festival ushered in a new chapter in our city’s quest to quench its thirst. The brainchild of then-president of Lexington’s homebrewers club Chris Vandergrift, the first Fest of Ales […]

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Lexington Restaurant News: Aug 4, 2014

Tony's Steak and Seafood (of Cincinnati) has announced plans to open a two-level fine dining restaurant in what was formerly known as Victorian Square. West Virginia-based chain Pies and

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When Does School Start, Lexington 2014?

WHEN DOES SCHOOL START? Lexington, Kentucky Back-to-School schedule for Fayette County schools, and college campuses. Little Kids August 13 is the first day of classes for Fayette County’s public schools

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Farmers Market Week 2014 Aug 3 thru Aug 9

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared August 3 thru August 9, 2014 National Farmers Market Week. To celebrate that locally, Lexington has multiple farmers markets that will be

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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

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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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