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Kristin Ingwell Goode

How does a normal group of citizens get direct access to the police chief, the mayor, a councilmember, the director of the wastewater treatment facility, the directors of our solid waste and recycling divisions, plus a tour of the jail... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

It won't surprise anyone who has met Roger Postley to learn that he feels anything worth doing is worth overdoing. When he picks a project or a hobby, he doesn't dabble, he dives in headlong, full bore. When he raised tropical fish,... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

On a typical Saturday, Pat Donahoe is up around 8 a.m., and outside working on his house or his lawn by nine. After painting siding or mowing the grass, it is not uncommon to spot Pat putting down Lincoln Avenue on one of his three scooters.... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

Imagine if you had the ability to soar above the earth whenever you wanted, whether simply to get a bird's-eye view of Lexington on a pretty day, or to travel without security lines and layovers to the destination of your choice. Sound... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

In the 40 years since the International Book Project was founded in the basement of 17 Mentelle Park, the organization has gone from a neighborhood effort to a national initiative to get books into the hands of those who need and want... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

Two of the country's oldest sporting events rely on animals, not humans, to influence the outcome of the competition.Since 1875 the Kentucky Derby has brought the focus of sportsmen to Louisville. Winning the Run for the Roses... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

There is a place not far from Lexington where horses are still used to plow fields and pull buggies, and homemade bread is just as common as Wonder loaves wrapped in printed plastic.With one turn off highway 127, just south of... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

A key ingredient at nearly every tailgating gathering, Derby party, or potluck in Central Kentucky is beer cheese. Beer, cheese, and beer cheese are almost synonymous with Superbowl soirees, family get-togethers, weekends spent at the... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

When Royce Pulliam was considering his first foray into health club ownership, his father, also named Royce, tried to talk him out of it. In this case, it is fortunate the son failed to follow his father's advice. The junior Pulliam... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

If Stewart Perry is a member of a group, he's probably a board member, officer, or holds a leadership position in the organization. A State Farm insurance agent and member of the executive committee of Rolex Kentucky and the Southland... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

"Sophisticated, handmade food is often associated with big cities, fancy gourmet stores, and white tablecloth restaurants. Kenny Mattingly Jr.'s products can be found in places like that, but their origin is much simpler.Outside... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Arts & Culture

"Back when Bob Tabor was a beertender at John Allman's restaurant on Athens-Boonesboro Road in Clark County in the late '60s and early '70s, he always stayed on good terms with the restaurant's kitchen staff in an effort to get fed.... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:40 PM Arts & Culture

I am not going to write about new beginnings, resolutions, exercise, or fitness. I am not going to tell you what to eat, what not to eat, or how to prevent those extra holiday pounds from sabotaging your body this season. Relieved?I... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM , Community

For a company to make it to its 130th birthday, there must be some big secret, something unique no other company could replicate, right? According to Anne Keller Oram and her sister, Susan Oram Baker, the secret to success for Oram's... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

Harrodsburg Road may be the most festive thoroughfare in Fayette County. It is surely a coincidence, but a drive from downtown on South Broadway (which becomes Harrodsburg) to Man o' War includes at least two impressive light displays,... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

For nearly two months every year there is an apparition that catches one's eye just north of Interstate 75. This series of colored, twinkling lights that stretch across miles of Bluegrass landscape is the culmination of a months-long... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Arts & Culture

Count your blessings. How often do you hear this phrase? How often do you follow the giver's suggestion?Since the birth of my son in August, I have become acutely more aware of my blessings. I haven't counted them in a 1-2-3 fashion,... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Arts & Culture

Count your blessings. How often do you hear this phrase? How often do you follow the giver's suggestion?Since the birth of my son in August, I have become acutely more aware of my blessings. I haven't counted them in a 1-2-3 fashion,... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

For nearly two months every year there is an apparition that catches one's eye just north of Interstate 75. This series of colored, twinkling lights that stretch across miles of Bluegrass landscape is the culmination of a months-long... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

Count your blessings. How often do you hear this phrase? How often do you follow the giver's suggestion?Since the birth of my son in August, I have become acutely more aware of my blessings. I haven't counted them in a 1-2-3 fashion,... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community