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Reinventing Rupp (Arena): Two Buildings, Two Years, Two Firms Named

Free Rupp? Get ready for a big Ruppdate. In just two years, the complex that is now Rupp Arena and Lexington Convention Center will be two separate structures, with a “freed” Rupp Arena proposed as an architectural icon which will […]

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Artist Helene Steene’s multi-culti exhibit at the Headley-Whitney

Front Porch Friday

Photos: Front Porch Friday 2013

Ace Weekly, Albert Architecture, and Rebecca Burnworth hosted a First Day of Summer Gallery Hop Barbecue to open 2013's Front Porch Friday season on June 21  at Shelby

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Photos: SITE Opens at Lexington Art League

The Lexington Art League celebrated the opening of SITE, a week long installation exhibition featuring five artists who'd each reinvented a room at the Art League's Loudoun House. Mick

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Photos: Bruce Burris Celebration at Third Street

ElandF Small Projects Accelerator hosted a going-away celebration for Lexington artist and advocate Bruce Burris at Third Street Coffee on Sunday May 19, 2013.  The party included live

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Theatre Review: Love, Loss, and What I Wore

When Nora Ephron died last summer, she left a legacy  that included film (When Harry Met Sally, You've Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle,  Julie & Julia), countless essays,

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Bye Bye Bruce: Artist and Advocate Bruce Burris leaves Lexington for Oregon

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Picturing Equality: Art Project from Lexington Catholic art teacher hits social media

You may have seen the images popping up on facebook. Boldly designed and shot in propaganda-poster fashion, they are part of a digital art project by Stephen Dorsett,

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

“For the tenth grade I got a scholarship to the private school in town. My seventh-grade biology teacher had gotten a job there, and the school, Sayre, had started a two-student scholarship program. Mr. Bailey sold them on me, and my mother got a phone call offering full tuition.” --Richard Hell (then Richard Meyers) Sayre Basketball Team 1965, pictured with Larry Flynn.

Richard Hell remembers Lexington childhood in new autobiography

Don't Call it a Memoir: Punk luminary Richard Hell remembers his Lexington childhood in new autobiography   [amazon asin=B0089LOFHQ&template=iframe image][amazon asin=B000W1VA42&template=iframe



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