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When will the Disco Kroger (on Euclid) re-open? Food Desert to end soon.

Food Desert to End Soon Our long national nightmare is over; Disco Kroger (now Fort Kroger) to re-open in January BY BRIAN S. POWERS As the Euclid Kroger nears completion, more and more facts about the replacement for the beloved […]

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UK Basketball: Savvy Scheduling bodes well for 2015 tourney play

Sunday Best Savvy scheduling for this season’s Cats BY KENNY COLSTON PHOTOS BY WALTER CORNETT To put it bluntly, the words non-traditional and Kentucky basketball don't mix. How could they? The program

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The Year in UK Privatized Dining

Food for Thought on UK’s Privatized Dining by Atanas Golev Spilled Milk A multinational corporation that extends to 22 countries has been in charge of dining at the largest land-grant university

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Year in Review in Lexington 2014

A Lighter Look at 2014: From Disco Kroger to CentrePit and everything in between by Brian S. Powers    January 1st – The world celebrates making it to yet another year

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Street Art in 2014 in Lexington

To the Streets: Art another drawing card for Lexington By David Kravetz  Photos by David Kravetz Lexington, Kentucky…famous for Bluegrass, Thoroughbred Horses (aka The Horse Capital of the World), Bourbon Distilleries,

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The Year in Food in Lexington: 2014

The year in Lexington food, restaurant, and drink It was a boom year for food, liquor, and restaurant news in Lexington, Kentucky in 2014. An inaugural block party celebrated

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The Lexington Holiday Calendar 2014

What's happening in Lexington's beautiful bluegrass region this holiday season? TUESDAY DECEMBER 9 BOOKS "Holiday Food with Kentucky Authors: Book Panel & Tastings,”  Book talk and book signing with

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The Year in UK Basketball: 2014

We Woke Up This Way: The Year in UK Basketball by Kenny Colston  Photos by Walter Cornett There are a million ways to measure a good year. A new job, a pay

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

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The Year in Theatre in Lexington 2014

BY KIM THOMAS 'A stage space has two rules: (1) Anything can happen and (2) Something must happen.' — Peter Brook This past year saw Actors Guild of Lexington (AGL), a



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