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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 Thursday May 23 docket for first reading, “an ordinance creating general regulations […]

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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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Justified Memorabilia up for Auction in Kentucky

The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports this week that Justified producers have donated show memorabilia now on exhibit at the Kentucky Coal Museum in Benham, Kentucky. Currently up for auction

Ibrahim Jadoon is a Centre College graduating senior and Fulbright Scholar.

Six Blocks from bin Laden Compound: Centre senior reflects on path from Pakistan to KY graduation

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

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How to Celebrate Kentucky Derby 2013 in Central Kentucky

As every horse racing fan knows, Kentucky Derby celebrations aren't confined to Louisville. Central Kentucky comes together for the Derby with events before Derby in Lexington, Midway, Versailles, and

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Michael Shannon IS enraged sorority girl

Although Lexington native, actor Michael Shannon, sadly, had to cancel his upcoming Lexington appearance at the Friday fundraiser for Friends of the Kentucky Theatre, his new movie Mud

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



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