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What We Ate: Life stories in food, by Susie Bell

What We Ate: Life stories told from the table By Susie Bell Until I was nearly 11 years old, suppertime involved a careful exercise of running my tongue through each bite of meat or fish on my plate. This was to […]

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Greg and Darrin Horn are Lexington’s newest sports radio voices

Drive Time: Greg and Darrin Horn are Lexington’s newest sports radio voices By Kenny Colston During August’s Big Blue Bahamas basketball trip, freshman point guard Tyler Ulis captured the attention

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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

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

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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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Ride Sharing Service Lyft Launches In Lexington—Pink Mustaches And All

The ride sharing service known for its cars festooned with fuzzy, pink mustaches launched in 24 new urban markets including Lexington and Louisville April 24. Lyft, a service that

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Players First: Coach Cal’s Cats advance to Final Four

PLAYERS FIRST Cal’s Cats are dancing tweak to tweak BY KENNY COLSTON John Calipari can't coach. His "one and done" system is flawed and borderline unsustainable. The 2012 national championship was

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Lexington’s Euclid Kroger closes: End of an Era

We Come not to Bury the Disco Kroger... On March 15, 2014 Lexington’s historic Disco Kroger on Euclid Avenue will close its doors. Soon thereafter, it will be demolished

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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 

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Lexington gets second shot at downtown grocery: Shorty’s is back



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