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What Lexington Needs…Think ‘Small’

In August, Lexington leaders will gather to celebrate the Small Business of the Year at the annual Salute to Small Business Awards held at Keeneland.

Lexington being recognized nationally

Lexington locals have been making a splash in big, beautiful glossy national magazines lately.

Lexington Home and Garden News – August 2019

Trust for Historic Preservation, and 21c Museum Hotels are bringing Charles Phoenix to The Kentucky Theatre for a live comedy performance on Sunday, August 25 at 7 pm.

Lexington loses a Legend in the horse community

Marylou Whitney, beloved philanthropist and hostess within the horse racing community, died in July at the age of 93 at her Cady Hill estate in Saratoga, NY.

Pet news in Lexington, KY – August 2019

Origin Hotel celebrated their Ribbon Cutting in The Summit at Fritz Farm by donating a check for $2,500 to their nonprofit partner, the Lexington Humane Society.

How to make the perfect BLT

It’s raining tomatoes. After a sleepy start due to all the heavy spring rains, ripe heirlooms have finally crashed our farmers markets in dizzying waves. Lost in the spell of the sultry purples, perky greens, vibrant reds, care-free oranges, demure whites, and come hither hybrids, the challenge of choosing is real.

Health and Outdoors in Lexington – August 2019

Three CHI Saint Joseph Health Foundations have been awarded more than $30,000 total in grants from Susan G. Komen Kentucky to support women’s health initiatives.

Live and Local in Lexington – August 2019

Concerts around the Lexington area for the month of August 2019.

The 2nd Annual Castle & Key Cocktail Competition

Castle & Key held their 2nd annual Cocktail Competition the other night and it was a show stopper. Who won? Where were the participants from?

2019 Barbasol Champion Crowned

The 2019 Barbasol Championship has concluded and there is a new winner. Who took the title? By how many strokes?