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Revisions to West Sixth logo submitted to Magic Hat on FB post

West Sixth posts FB compromise proposal to Magic Hat, #9 maker responds

As social media reacts to the Magic Hat logo lawsuit against West Sixth, the four principals behind the Lexington, Kentucky microbrewery at the corner of W. Sixth and Jefferson have posted a compromise proposal to Magic Hat on Facebook, because […]

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Magic Hat lawsuit: Social media explodes after legal challenge that 6 is 9

When is a 6 a 9? And when did the dingbat star come down from the cartoon sky in "Frosty the Snowman" or off the hood ornament of

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Lexington Food Truck Pilot Program advances from Worksession to Council Docket

After two hours of spirited debate, Lexington's proposed food truck pilot program (recently approved by LexPark) today urban county council voted to walk the proposed pilot onto the

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Lexington’s West Sixth Brewing Responds to Magic Hat lawsuit

On May 16, just as  Lexington's first Craft Beer Week was winding down, Magic Hat filed suit against Lexington's one-year-old craft brewery, West Sixth Brewing, claiming copyright infringement.

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Doctor Mash: Jamal Mashburn earned UK honor on and off the court

A life-size wax UK wildcat sculpted by Scott Kohn, a founding chef at the UK butcher shop.

Meat: It’s What’s for Dinner at new University of Kentucky butcher shop

BY RYAN WINSTEAD Farm to Campus to Table: UK Agriculture and Dining Services Work Together to Form 'The Butcher Shop' It's not true that nobody wants to see how

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Lexington’s Alfalfa Restaurant to turn 40

When Alfalfa first opened its doors in Lexington 40 years ago, in 1973,  at the height of the Moosewood era, it was with a "limited menu." In fact, the

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Ace Daily Photo 4.18.2013 Bingham Law cuts the ribbon in Lexington

ace daily photo 4.18.2013 Bingham Law Cuts the Ribbon in Lexington (at the ribbon cutting were: Gov. Steve Beshear; Attorney General Jack Conway; Lexington Mayor Jim Gray; University of

Dr. Nick Kouns is curating an arts in healthcare collection on behalf of Clark Regional Medical Center. Photographed at Clark with Isaac Powell’s piece, “The Community,” from the Lexington Art League Auction, The 20. Photo by Alan Rideout.

Good Medicine: Art’s evolving role in Lexington healthcare settings

When Lexington Mayor Jim Gray introduced “The 20” an art Auction at Lexington Art League last month, he described himself as “a cheerleader and carnival barker” for investing

Wilderness Trail's production still, "a custom designed and built 180 gallon Pot Still from Vendome Copper works located in Kentucky."

Kentucky’s Next Craft Distillery: Wilderness Trace in Danville

BY TIM KNITTEL Did you miss it? I almost did and I follow bourbon news as a profession. Danville is getting a new distillery. This in a town that was



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