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Bye to Buster’s: Lexington mid-size music venue closes abruptly

Lexington music lovers got a lump of coal in their stockings on December 4, when Buster’s abruptly announced that it had closed “indefinitely” after more than five years in business. Proprietor Clark Case cited the mid-size music venue’s financial struggles […]

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Two-Sentence Horror Story? We want to hear yours.

Wanna Read Something Scary? We do. "There was a picture in my phone of me sleeping. I live alone." "I begin tucking him into bed and he tells me, 'Daddy check for monsters

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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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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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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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Lexington’s New Restaurant News: Spring 2014

Wild Eggs has opened in the Palomar Center and offers items like a Frito Bandito Frittata, and other contemporary twists on typical breakfast, brunch and lunch fare.  It's

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I Am Sorry Ernst Johnson: Endangered properties at UK still threatened

I am sorry Ernst Johnson UK’s Endangered List still Endangered by REBECCA BURNWORTH As an architect who practices preservation architecture, I am saddened to hear that the University of



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