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Household Saints: Music When It’s Good

don't let the name fool ya Household Saints make ambitious pop ascent By Chris Webb I love...music when it's good, and life. -Tom T. Hall,"I Love"At the tender age...

Movies: Run Lola Run

BY GEORGE MARANVILLEAt the risk of sending Alfred Hitchcock spinning in his rather sizable grave,this German import has the singular achievement of being cinema’s...

Communality on High Street. Putting the Community Back in Lexington’s Organized...

The Delicate Edge of ‘Communality’ Putting the community back in organized religion by Mia Braden ClarkJohn Smith (above) arrives on a Harley-Davidson, sporting red leather boots...

But Is it Art? Putting the Art Back into Woodland Arts...

Lexingtonians sure do love their cornshuck dolls and “horse art” (is that an oxymoron?). At least that’s the impression one is left with when...

UK is the 800 pound gorilla: Where Will it Sit Next?

August 19, 1998"It was quite apparent that UK could contribute a lot to downtown and downtown could contribute a lot to UK." -Dan RowlandBY...

The Fridges of Fayette County: an Inside Look with Lexington KY...

BY JANEY COWLINGOK, so The Bridges of Madison County was a hugely successful story. Made a movie about it with real superstars. And it made...

Ace Summer Fun Guide 1998. Compiled by Jay Voskuhl

by Jay VoskuhlARTS/CULTUREJune10 - July 29 Loudoun House Gallery 209 Castlewood Drive, 254-7024. Lexington Art League Summer Open, reception June 19th.26 Kentucky Folk Art...

Lexington News Briefs 6.10.1998 Immigration Task Force

by Todd PiccirilliMay The Force Be With You, Amigos!Once the voting booths were closed and the results tabulated following the May primaries, it...

Aylesford’s Proposed H1 Overlay: Neighbors vs Neighbors

How's this for irony? The concept of historic preservation in neighborhoods across America is often praised not only for its ability to protect historically...

Sweeps Sideshow at Lexington News Stations, WDKY, WTVQ, and WLEX

by Bob CampbellIf the best way to write a smash hit sitcom is to write it about nothing, what is the best way to...