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Linda Hinchcliffe

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Apr 28, 2017 2:18 PM Community

Furriers Cliff and Yvonne Katsmakis relocate to Lexington to lead century-old local fur businessFor more than 100 years, the owners of the iconic fur boutique... more

Nov 4, 2013 8:45 PM Community

Sixth-generation furriers Cliff and Yvonne Katsmakis relocate to Lexington to lead century-old local fur businessFor more than 100 years, the owners of the iconic fur boutique and women’s clothing store Embry’s... more

Oct 24, 2013 10:14 PM Business

In Jennifer Chiaverini’s richly drawn historical fiction novel, “Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker,” we meet Elizabeth “Lizzie” Keckley, a talented black seamstress whose skills with... more

Jul 8, 2013 2:36 PM Community

Wes Berry, author and an associate professor of English at Western Kentucky University, hits the Kentucky backroads in search of the best regional treasure: barbecue.In a class... more

May 1, 2013 6:42 PM Community

Lexington resident, author and educator, Gurney Norman is a readily recognized advocate of the culture and beauty of the Appalachian region. He grew up in the mountains there and his... more

Apr 8, 2013 8:16 PM Arts & Culture

Lexington resident, author and educator, Gurney Norman is a readily recognized advocate of the culture and beauty of the Appalachian region. He grew up in the mountains there and his... more

Apr 8, 2013 7:13 PM Community

At the same time that Maker’s Mark has discovered that it is not wise to “mess with bourbon drinkers” – referring to their decision to not water their bourbon down to increase inventories – University Press of Kentucky has... more

Feb 28, 2013 9:32 PM Community

At the same time that Maker’s Mark has discovered that it is not wise to “mess with bourbon drinkers” – referring to their decision to not water their bourbon down to increase inventories – University Press of Kentucky has... more

Feb 28, 2013 9:01 PM Arts & Culture

Author Janet Holloway begins her story in a speck of a town in West Virginia that is so small it doesn’t show up on any map. Despite the tiny stage Sarah Ann, W.V., presented to her, the events that took place there, beginning in the... more

Feb 1, 2013 4:28 PM Community

Author Janet Holloway begins her story in a speck of a town in West Virginia that is so small it doesn’t show up on any map. Despite the tiny stage Sarah Ann, W.V., presented to her, the events that took place there, beginning in the... more

Feb 1, 2013 3:46 PM Arts & Culture

In “A Few Honest Words,” author Jason Howard discloses the unique nature of Kentucky’s popular roots music – a term that refers to the compilation of a number of genres, including folk, country and bluegrass. Through stories... more

Nov 26, 2012 4:30 PM Arts & Culture

In “A Few Honest Words,” author Jason Howard discloses the unique nature of Kentucky’s popular roots music – a term that refers to the compilation of a number of genres, including folk, country and bluegrass. Through stories... more

Nov 26, 2012 3:29 PM Community

In 1972, gold hit $70 an ounce in London, “M*A*S*H” premiered on television, and Adolph Rupp retired after 42 years of coaching at the University of Kentucky. Beyond these notable... more

Sep 12, 2012 7:42 PM Business

It is 1889 in London and the terror that Jack the Ripper has inflicted upon the city hangs as heavy and dank as the legendary fog. “Saucy Jack” has not been apprehended and the London citizenry now regards the detectives and beat... more

Aug 3, 2012 3:58 PM Community

It is 1889 in London and the terror that Jack the Ripper has inflicted upon the city hangs as heavy and dank as the legendary fog. “Saucy Jack” has not been apprehended and the London citizenry now regards the detectives and beat... more

Aug 3, 2012 3:57 PM Arts & Culture

Though born in Alabama, celebrated author James Still considered Eastern Kentucky his home, and the culture and hills of Appalachia were the backdrop for many of his novels, short stories and poems.“The Hills Remember” is... more

Jul 5, 2012 3:01 PM Arts & Culture

Though born in Alabama, celebrated author James Still considered Eastern Kentucky his home, and the culture and hills of Appalachia were the backdrop for many of his novels, short stories and poems.“The Hills Remember” is... more

Jul 3, 2012 7:18 PM Community

Twelve-year-old Jack Witcher knows that he doesn’t fit in – into his neighborhood, his school, and most painfully, into his family. It’s the mid-1960s and his carousing father is out of a job (again), and his mother is dressing... more

May 31, 2012 6:20 PM Community

Author Michel Stone pens her first novel as a glimpse into the lives of those who aspire to live a better life –– the type of life found, sometimes mythically, amid the prosperity and benefits offered in the United States. A story... more

May 3, 2012 4:25 PM Arts & Culture