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What’s Open, What’s Closed for New Year’s Eve 2015 and New...

What’s open, what’s closed on New Year’s Eve 2015 and New Year’s Day 2016 in Lexington, Kentucky?   For where to eat and drink on New Year’s...

HGTV’s ‘Tiny House Hunters’ TV show to feature Lexington retailer, House

Are you a tiny house lover in Kentucky? Stay tuned. This past summer, the crew from HGTV's Tiny House Hunters visited Kentucky and filmed...

Harlan’s Jordan Smith Could Be Voted On To Finals of ‘The...

Harlan's Jordan Smith did it again. His face melting, soulful rendition of Queen's "Somebody to Love" in the semifinal round on Monday night's "The Voice" episode once again...

Kentucky Proud Store opens on Palumbo

BY BEN JOHNSON “When we started selling cheese at the Farmer's Markets a few years ago, our customers were all ‘foodies.’ We have seen a...

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...

Breakfast to raise funds for Bluegrass Double Dollars

BY BEN JOHNSON Kentucky food writer and advocate Rona Roberts will host a public breakfast on Saturday, November 7:  "Carbs & Caffeine for Bluegrass Double...

Election 2015: Where to vote for Kentucky’s next governor

The Kentucky governor's race will be decided on Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Ballot boxes will be open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. If you want to...

What’s open, What’s closed on Veterans Day 2015

Wednesday, November 11 is Veterans Day. Here is a list of what’s open and what’s closed for the holiday: Post offices will be closed and...

Photos: Feeders’ Cup 2015

The inaugural Feeders' Cup was on Saturday, October 24 at Whitaker Bank Ballpark, the home of the Lexington Legends. The event sought to to find the...

PRHBTN 2015 in Lexington

BY BEN JOHNSON PHOTOS BY MEGAN FRIDAY The fifth annual street art festival PRHBTN is back and with it comes world-renowned artists transforming Lexington’s blank walls...