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Susan Owens

Until a couple of years ago, you might have found Jerry (J.B.) Young of Sherman Avenue (WA4WWH in the amateur radio world) equally at home broadcasting from his living room or suspended from the 53-foot radio antenna tower in his backyard,... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

Frankfort was a small town in 1910 when Rev. Jesse Zeigler, minister of First Presbyterian Church, commissioned famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright to design a house for him, his wife Charlotte, and their three children at 509 Shelby... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

"Listen honey—the dress is by Ralph Lauren the body by chocolate chip!"—a great quip from one savvy woman to another, except it isn't. This sentiment, along with dozens of others portraying women's experiences with... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Arts & Culture

"Lexington architects incorporate "eco-friendly" principles and materials in their buildingsIt's not easy being green," sang Kermit the Frog, but in towns and cities across America, including Lexington, that's just what... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:41 PM Community

Bill and Sally Johnston built their house at 645 West Short Street in 1986, so it is a relative newcomer to Lexington's Historic Western Suburb, where many structures date from the early 1800s. Painted a rich green with red trim, this... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

This story originally appeared in our September 2005 issue, but with the recent closing of Hutchinson Drug Store, we thought it would be appropriate to revisit the Lexington landmark. At the end of business on Tuesday, October... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

Jeannine Blackwell and Michael Jones had always admired the white stone house at 235 Chinoe Road, so when it came up for sale in 2004, Michael suggested they stop by an open house to satisfy their curiosity. As dean of the Graduate School... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community

This story originally appeared in our September 2005 issue, but with the recent closing of Hutchinson Drug Store, we thought it would be appropriate to revisit the Lexington landmark. At the end of business on Tuesday, October... more

Mar 2, 2012 5:39 PM Community