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Lexington’s Scott Clark lends his passion for metal detecting to unearthing new facets of state history more

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Behind a cluster of strikingly modern apartment buildings and loud, bustling streets a half-mile southwest of Rupp Arena, an irreplaceable study of close-knit diversity in Lexington quietly... more

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Now in its 19th year, the Ashland Lawn Party will take place on the grounds of the Henry Clay Estate on Saturday, June 27. Proceeds from the event – the largest fundraising... more

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When Richard B.Isenhour began designing and building Lexington homes in the early 1950s, no one was using the term “mid-century modern” to describe an emerging design style that emphasized... more

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[scrollGallery id=9]Four season farming? Winter harvest? Season extension? Those ag-speak terms equal big changes on central Kentucky dinner plates: locally grown fresh greens... more

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[scrollGallery id=9]Four season farming? Winter harvest? Season extension? Those ag-speak terms equal big changes on central Kentucky dinner plates: locally grown fresh greens in January and February, and slices of dead- ripe... more

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According to William Thomas, a step into the building at the corner of Short and Deweese streets is a step back into history. The building there was originally built in 1856 by its congregation... more

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According to William Thomas, a step into the building at the corner of Short and Deweese streets is a step back into history. The building there was originally built in 1856 by its congregation... more

Community

We cannot allow 2012 to close without noting two significant milestones for Fayette County’s most magnificent structure. In 1937, Spindletop Hall opened as the private residence for... more

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We cannot allow 2012 to close without noting two significant milestones for Fayette County’s most magnificent structure. In 1937, Spindletop Hall opened as the private residence for... more

Community

One hundred-fifty years ago, the War Between the States in Kentucky essentially ended in October 1862 with the tactical Confederate victory at the Battle of Perryville that, ironically,... more

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One hundred-fifty years ago, the War Between the States in Kentucky essentially ended in October 1862 with the tactical Confederate victory at the Battle of Perryville that, ironically,... more

Arts & Culture

The sensational attempted murder of one of Lexington’s most prominent families gripped the community for weeks 108 years ago this month. To understand how prominent the Mulligans were... more

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(EDITOR’S NOTE: As this article went to press, the historic former Fayette County Courthouse – home of The Lexington History Museum – is closed and inaccessible to the public.)... more

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(EDITOR’S NOTE: As this article went to press, the historic former Fayette County Courthouse – home of The Lexington History Museum – is closed and inaccessible to the public.)... more

Arts & Culture

One hundred sixty-three years ago this month, an event occurred in Lexington – and across the Commonwealth – that would literally change the course of history.The year was... more

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Those of us who remain enamored with the life and times of Belle Brezing seem unable to get enough of the details. Certainly, she chose a profession we would not condone today. But a... more

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In the month of May, a young man’s fancy turns to ... the horse. More accurately, to horse racing. Despite the fact there has not been a Triple Crown winner in a generation, once the... more

Arts & Culture

In the month of May, a young man’s fancy turns to ... the horse. More accurately, to horse racing. Despite the fact there has not been a Triple Crown winner in a generation, once the... more

Community

Lexington, KY - If the Arena, Arts, and Entertainment District project comes to fruition, and when the Distillery District project is completed, a significant feature in Lexington’s... more

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