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Anne Sabatino

Lexington, KY - Health care is a topic rife with complications - from who gets it and who pays for it to how it's administered and whether it's up to par - and the industry has been the focus of much attention in recent... more

Mar 2, 2012 6:09 PM Business

Lexington, KY - This isn't the first house Kennetha Keinath has built, but it may be the one with the most thought. When she met designer and teacher Mary Cynthia Knowles of Martin Durr Caldwell in one of her design... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:44 PM , Business

Lexington, KY - Walking into Millard and Boo Blakey's home in the Stonewall neighborhood calls to mind sleek demonstration homes of the 1950s. Lighting schemes are programmed to dim or brighten in concert with the raising... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:44 PM , Business

Lexington, KY - According to the National Down Syndrome Society, Down syndrome is the most commonly occurring chromosomal condition. One in every 733 babies is born with Down syndrome, and currently there are more than... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:44 PM , Business

Lexington, KY - "Not one human being on Earth is not touched by cancer," said Corky Robertson, a board member for the Lexington Cancer Foundation and member of various committees for the group. "I thank God that only... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:44 PM , Business

Lexington, KY - Do you know what LexArts is? If you vaguely remember hearing or seeing it somewhere, but can't quite put your finger on it, you're not alone. Even though many of LexArts' partners or supported organizations... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:44 PM , Business

Lexington, KY - Three Suns owner Sherrie Keller-Pauley and husband and business partner, Ben Pauley, met in the restaurant business when he was "front of the house" and she was "back of the house." The roles haven't... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:44 PM , Business

When Kathleen Emhoff, the director of the Lexington Public Library, breezed into town from Ft. Lauderdale she brought more than a little bit of Florida sunshine to her new position. She also brought some unique ideas-one in particular... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

About the time Metropol opened its doors in 2001, now executive chef Mohammed "Mo" Mouktafi was making his way to Lexington after spending 12 years in New York City-his entry point into the United States from his home of Morocco.Trained... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

"I'm not one of those people who thinks that you can't put cream in your coffee," says Terri Wood. "I think if you like to doctor it up and put flavors in it and that's how you like it, you should.""As you like it" seems to be... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

He's probably joined you on a carpool. He may have even been heard in your kitchen or living room. Alan Lytle has, in all likelihood, been in your bedroom. Via the radio on WUKY, of course. Lytle is the news director and the voice of... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

Annette's City CafÈ and Event Center is the latest endeavor of chef Annette Jett and her team. Located in the building on Old Vine Street that used to house Phil Dunn's 431, Jett says the restaurant represents "a full circle." Earlier... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

One of my greatest joys is food. Or should I say food experiences? I am warmed remembering great times with family and friends that were shared over dining-fine and otherwise. My first time at Patsy's in New York with my mom, dad and... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

by anne sabatino | editorIt was a bold decision Malone's owners made when they decided to offer sushi at the tried and true Lexington steakhouse. Even bolder, perhaps, the decision to grow the endeavor by building a sister restaurant... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

For many residents of central Kentucky, Lexington and even the neighboring Ashland and Chevy Chase areas, the acres of preserved land and imposing home are a recreational location for kids and dogs, a serene place to take walks, a lovely... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

Whether it is for what feels like the best or the worst, changes come upon us inevitably and shape our lives profoundly. When change comes in my life, often my first reaction is to turn inward. How does this affect me? What should I... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:43 PM , Business

So the saying goes. But you can choose your friends, your neighbors and your community. I'm lucky that I happen to have a wonderful family about whom I care very much. It just so happens that many of them live much farther away than... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:42 PM , Business

Walking into Azur Restaurant in the Beaumont Center, you're likely to notice a couple of things right off the bat: the intriguing design, cool color scheme and the attentive face of Chef Jeremy Ashby glancing up from behind a half-wall... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:42 PM , Business

His name is Mamadou Savane. But you can just call him 'Sav.' Or Grillmaster. It's really up to you. "Ribs, filet, cornish hen, chickenÖIf I touch it, it will be good," laughes the good natured Chef Savane, though he's been known... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:42 PM , Business

Chad McGuire is an improviser at heart-in his kitchen and when he's playing music. A non-traditionalist with a penchant for things "out of left field," McGuire compares his two loves. "It's like a band-if they're any good," he says with... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:42 PM , Business