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Maker’s Mark Changes Mind: Alcohol content will remain the same

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Who Survives Hollywood Week on American Idol?

More than 100 girls made it to Hollywood Week on American Idol -- two Kentucky girls advanced this far: Kelly Casey and Lauren Mink -- but only 76

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Who won tonight’s Teen Jeopardy?

Lexington has a rich history of fielding superb game show contestants, dating back to Matt Dacey's $32,000 run on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire more than a

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Louisville’s Ashley Holt Wins Next Great Baker, Season 3

Season 3 of Next Great Baker was a Kentucky Proud challenge, with two Kentuckians in the competition: Lexington's James Brown of Brown's Bakery, and Louisville's Ashley Holt, a

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Josh Hopkins on Ellen: He’s Always Been This Sexy

When Josh Hopkins danced his way on to the Ellen show today, the host told him she was excited to have heard he had his own break dance

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The MC5′s Wayne Kramer to be profiled on PBS’s Lifecasters

“Have you heard about Wayne, he deals the cocaine a little more everyday…” –the Clash, from “Jail Guitar

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Maker’s Mark distillery calls racial discrimination allegation “abhorrent” if true

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Bishop Gene Robinson on Marriage Equality on the Daily Show

Lexington native, Bishop Gene Robinson, appeared on The Daily Show to discuss his new book, God Believes in Love: Straight Talk About Gay Marriage. Robinson, elected bishop of

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Twitter du Jour: UK Makeouts surpasses UK Passouts

Fun, fake, faux, parody twitter accounts at the University of Kentucky have become something of a campus trend. There is @FakeBillyClyde, "Back to back losses? Am I the coach

Lexington Herald-Leader announces paywall, new subscription options

Herald-Leader’s new paywall Dec. 4: Expected, and worth it

BY KAKIE URCH Mark Twain always said....OK, all together now.... "When I die, I want to be in Kentucky, because everything there always happens 20 years later."  Well, it has



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