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Craft Beer Week Spotlights Lexington’s New Love For Great Beer

By Patrick O’Dowd Summer is just around the corner and that means it’s time for beer. Of course—these days—it’s always time for beer in Lexington. The past few years have seen breweries popping up all over, but there is not […]

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Civil Discourse: Are the required readings ‘morally sound’?

By Leif Erickson "Under certain circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer." - Mark Twain I have, over the years, occasionally debated with some

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Hunter S. Thompson inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame

By Kakie Urch In the Kentucky spring, young men’s heads turn to horseracing and bourbon, just as they did in the spring of 1970, when the young Louisville man

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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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Love and Basketball: Nick Stump shares big blue memories

LOVE AND BASKETBALL ‘They never give a hillbilly a break’ by Michael Stamper  My Uncle Clayton Adams was a great man. While most of the men in my family had gone

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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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MOVIES: Noah

Method and Madness Russell Crowe serves Ham for Easter in Aronofsky’s Noah BY RAJ RANADE Say what you will about Hollywood – how many other industries would even think of investing

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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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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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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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