RSS

Feature

It’s no secret that humans’ ability to focus on one thing for an extended period of time has decreased significantly since the dawn of the mobile age – distraction comes easily... more

Arts & Culture

As of last month, a small Chevy Chase business has just gotten bigger. Heather Reilly, the owner of Adelé, moved the home décor, gift and jewelry store from its location on Ashland Avenue to a larger space at 805 Chevy Chase Place,... more

Community

Local, state and national advocates for industrial hemp recently gathered at the University of Kentucky Research Farm to experience the crop firsthand and celebrate Hemp History Week.In its second year of research, the Kentucky... more

Business

Plantory executive director, Angela BaldridgePhoto by Sarah Jane SandersSome of Lexington’s nonprofit agencies now have a lot more space to grow ideas, work together and share experiences, [...] more

Business

It began with a $400,000 windfall in 2006 from a client referral service fee to the Fayette County Bar Association, along with the desire on the part of a group of Lexington attorneys to use that money to make a lasting difference in... more

Business

Like all other Lyft cars, Monika Curry's sports a large pink mustache to identify itselfPhoto by Drew PurcellIn late April, the ride-sharing service Lyft expanded to 24 cities in 24 [...] more

Business

Harlen Wheatley talks during a tasting at Buffalo Trace Distillery where he serves as Master Distiller.The hardest part of making bourbon, master distillers will admit, is figuring [...] more

Business

Ortiz and SanchezSome time after midnight, during the initial hours of December 9, Chris Ortiz and Salvador Sanchez received an urgent phone call from the police. With windows shattered [...] more

Business

John Y. Brown outside a Kentucky Fried ChickenFifty years ago this March, Kentucky Fried Chicken was just a menu item sold at 600 North American restaurants. The savory supper created [...] more

Business

Sidebar Grill and future Break Room owners, Lisa and Jonny CoxTwo established entrepreneurs on Lexington’s food scene are expanding this summer into the city’s re-emerging Distillery [...] more

Business

Dan Prouty thought it was the perfect home for his client — a 1,700-square-foot Cape Cod on 10 acres in western Anderson County, with a small stream running across the property. The buyer had been looking for a quiet place in the country... more

Business

The 23 String Band performs at the Festival of the BluegrassFollowing the success of last year's inaugural event, the Lexington Area Music Alliance has announced plans for the 2014 [...] more

Business

Joe GileneThroughout his health-care career, Joe Gilene, the new president of Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington, says he’s preached a certain philosophy to his medical staff — [...] more

Business

An image of the illusive Pappy Van Winkle 23-year bourbon. It's so rare only three were made available at a local Liquor Barn though dozens waited in line for hours.Some might have [...] more

Business

Nick Such and Chase SouthardA new breed of hacker is at work in Lexington. Before you rush to start changing online passwords, these aren’t the subversive kind of computer programmers [...] more

Business

The Kentucky River Thorobred, Kentucky Sate University's floating lab.Steeped in a rich history, the Kentucky River has played host to many famous explorers, such as Daniel Boone and [...] more

Business

Chef Craig Devilliers and owner Laurentia Torrealba sit at a picnic table outside Graze with a selection of the restaurant-and-market’s offerings, including lamb, braised short rib, butternut [...] more

Business

Hip No. 712 proved to be the top selling horse in the Keeneland September Yearling Sale as it fetched $2.5 million. Keeneland Photo.The first six sessions of this year’s Keeneland’s [...] more

Business

Bob Eidson, Justin Thompson and Seth Thompson, publishers of the Bourbon Review magazine stand outside their soon to open bar, Belle's, named for infamous Lexington madame Belle Brezing.As [...] more

Business

Michelle Sanservino puts a horse through its paces at Isidore Farm. Photo by Emily MoseleyWhen Katie Shoultz and her parents, Julie and A.J. Shoultz, began their quest to obtain a [...] more

Business