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Robyn Peterman Zahn: Hell on Heels hits e-readers in September

If Robyn Peterman Zahn had to choose between being the world’s most successful actress and the world’s most successful author… she wouldn’t. “None of the above,” is her answer. “I loved being an actress and LOVE being an author, but […]

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PHOTOS: Canal House Cooks at Botherum

Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton of Canal House Cooking prepared a Summer Solstice Menu, "Canal House Cooks Kentucky,"  for three evenings last week at Lexington's historic Botherum, home

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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

Erik Reece reads from The Guy Davenport Reader

Reading “The Guy Davenport Reader”: Erik Reece, Guy Mendes, Richard Taylor

Guy Davenport was a lodestone for the intellectual life that converged in Lexington in the 1960s, '70s and '80s. Drawn in by this Georgia-born, Harvard-educated "one of the last

Sean Tibbetts, Bluegrass Food Truck Association and Cluckin Burger. April 2013 Food Truck Friday.

Lexington Food Truck Pilot Program Proposed

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Wes Berry hits Kentucky’s Barbecue Trail in new book.

excerpted from the bluegrass region section of Wes Berry's The Kentucky Barbecue Book, University Press of Kentucky (excerpt also appears on pages 12 and 13 of the April

“For the tenth grade I got a scholarship to the private school in town. My seventh-grade biology teacher had gotten a job there, and the school, Sayre, had started a two-student scholarship program. Mr. Bailey sold them on me, and my mother got a phone call offering full tuition.” --Richard Hell (then Richard Meyers) Sayre Basketball Team 1965, pictured with Larry Flynn.

Richard Hell remembers Lexington childhood in new autobiography

Don't Call it a Memoir: Punk luminary Richard Hell remembers his Lexington childhood in new autobiography   [amazon asin=B0089LOFHQ&template=iframe image][amazon asin=B000W1VA42&template=iframe

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BOOKS: The Old Fashioned, An Essential Guide

BY TIM KNITTEL With the twin rise of craft distilling and craft mixology, there has been a corresponding explosion of books devoted to a single spirit or even

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BOOKS: Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, An American Heritage

BY TIM KNITTEL I finished reading Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, An American Heritage in two days and referenced it repeatedly over the next three. I think that qualifies as

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A Conversation with Author Holly Goddard Jones

BY HEATHER C. WATSON Kentucky native and UK grad Holly Goddard Jones is everywhere these days. In the past year alone, the writer and UK alumna has released her



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