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What’s Open, What’s Closed, What’s Happening, Martin Luther King Day 2016 in Lexington

Most area restaurants and retailers will be open in Lexington on Martin Luther King Jr Day, January 18, 2016. Lexington Kroger stores will be open on MLK Day, January 18, 2016. Wal-Mart will be open. You can read more about […]

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Lexington Diner Chef Ranada West-Riley to Appear on Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’

  Lexington Diner, at the corner of Upper and Short, will celebrate its two-year-anniversary in February of 2016, but chef and owner Ranada West-Riley is already nearing celebrity status.

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How’s the Harlan kid doing on NBC’s The Voice?

Harlan (KY) native Jordan Smith blew the judges and crowd away again when he closed out Monday night's episode of "The Voice." The Eastern Kentucky native received a

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Tent City 2015: Camp Out for Big Blue Madness Tix

It's been a rainy campout for Big Blue Nation for 2015 tickets to Big Blue Madness. If you thought last year's Big Blue Madness Campout outside Memorial Coliseum was

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Harlan County Native on ‘The Voice’ Wows The Judges

Harlan County, Kentucky native Jordan Smith, 22, wowed the judges on NBC's The Voice Monday night, performing Sia's "Chandelier". The Kentuckian elicited standing ovations from the judges, all of whom turned

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Documentary ‘Nerve’ by Kentucky Filmmaker Ben Evans Premieres at EKU

The Right Kind of Nerve by Campbell Wood Kentucky filmmaker Ben Evans and musician Ben Sollee are working on a documentary film. Nerve, set to premiere on October 2nd at

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Lexington Breeders’ Cup Festival 2015 Preview

Previewing the Breeders’ Cup 2015 “A bit like Cuba’s, Kentucky’s economy depends almost entirely on things that are good for you but are said to be bad for you:

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New community radio station coming to Lexington

BY BEN JOHNSON A new public radio station, WLXL-LPFM/95.7, is going live in the next few weeks and seeks to bring locally driven, community radio — programming produced, broadcasted

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Wild Fig Bookstore to re-open on North Limestone

Local Matters: A brick and mortar bookstore comeback BY ATANAS GOLEV Artist Ronald Davis and author Crystal Wilkinson originally opened the Wild Fig bookstore in 2011, taking over the Leestown Road

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What’s Open, What’s Closed, Snow Day Feb 16, in Lexington!

I think the worst is over...unless we have more snow... -(then) Kentucky Governor Paul Patton, 1994   Forecasts have predicted that today's snowstorm (February 16, 2015) will rival Lexington's 1994 snow

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