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CNN anchor and reporter Anderson Cooper brought a 2,500-person crowd to its feet on the University of Kentucky campus Monday night with his “From The Frontlines: A Conversation With Anderson Cooper,” the first in the #SpeakBlue Distinguished Speaker Series sponsored […]
By Kakie Urch Joel Pett has been the political cartoonist for the Lexington Herald-Leader since 1984, a tenure of 29.5 years, an even 30 in April. In one of those
Lexington doesn't yet have a fullscale Film Festival to call its own, but Filmslang (part of WRFL's annual Boomslang festival) presents a full slate every Fall. Filmslang programming, organized
Baloney, Bourbon, and Breakfast -- that's the signature of the wildly popular Kentucky Fried Camp (KFC) at the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada's Black Rock desert. It's
Skyler Hornback, a 12-year-old 7th grader from Sonora, Kentucky won $66,600 on today’s episode of JEOPARDY!, setting records for the highest one-day total in Kids Week history and
Parenting advice columnist John Rosemond was in Lexington today with Institute for Justice representatives, speaking at a press conference outside the federal courthouse, addressing the lawsuit the newspaper
Music lovers know that the key to a good music festival is staying plugged in -- GaGa might scale the fence to get in; Deer Tick might do
In a format described as " 'Lost' meets 'Survivor,'" tonight's new NBC show, Siberia, breaks new ground on TV as a "scripted horror series within a 'reality' show."
Lexington's Pride Festival was held today, unmarred by the protests and searing 100+ temps that deflated the 2012 festival to some extent. PHOTOS BY SANDY
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.