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Business Lexington November 2016

Now in its 15th year, Lexington's annual Thriller Parade has been named a top 10 Halloween destination by USA Today and now includes a dance showcase and costume parade. more

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A nascent nightlife scene has arrived for Lexington’s growing near east side Warehouse Block neighborhood, with two businesses — Cosmic Charlie’s and Mirror Twin Brewing — joining the scene on National Avenue. more

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Illustration by Gabriel Sanchez

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray comment on a variety of economic issues likely to impact Kentucky and the nation as Election Day draws near. more

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Four local events-related businesses have relocated to the newly renovated Seventh + Lime shared workspace on Limestone Avenue. more

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If all goes to plan, the historic building that houses Belle's Cocktail House will open its rooftop lounge in mid-October, and the space will feature a bar, a two-sided fireplace, seats, high-top tables and room for about 100 guests. more

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The third Knight Cities Challenge is open for submissions, giving Lexington another chance to solidify its status as a top-tier winner of project funding in the Knight Foundation grant program. more

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The every-five-year review of Lexington’s Comprehensive Plan is about to begin. The two-year review will determine whether there is a need to extend the service boundaries and open up new rural land in Fayette County to development. more

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Lexington-based Creative Lodging Solutions books hotel rooms throughout the country (1.7 million a year) for a diverse corporate client base. more

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The 62,000-square-foot Whitaker Family YMCA facility at the corner of Old Rosebud Lane and Pascoli Place in the Hamburg area is set to open on Oct. 31. more

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Grammar Gourmet columnist Neil Chethik discusses the proper (and improper) uses of the words "already," "alright" and "altogether." more

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Success comes from building a reputation for getting things done, according to author Brian Tracy's new book "Just Shut Up and Do It" more

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