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Reopening date for Wilson's in sight; details on forthcoming downtown amphitheater announced; neighborhood cutting garden now in full bloom more

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Is your house haunted? Now seeking Lexington's favorite ghost stories! more

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Highest priced residential property transactions for each Lexington zip code, taking place between March 30-April 30, 2018. more

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A Taste of Beaumont, Southland Street Fair and more more

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"A Novel Lunch" series coming to Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate; Lexington in Bloom competition seeking entries; new small-format Target coming to campus area more

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Of all the changes taking place in the Warehouse Block over the the next several months, perhaps the most high profile is that surrounding National Avenue music venue Cosmic Charlie’s, which announced plans in March to relocate from its National... more

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After nearly 19 years of providing our magazine and readers with her monthly observations about life, politics, family and growing older, Observations columnist Harriett Rose is retiring her pen. more

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Several closings and a few new shops and boutiques headed for popular retail district. more

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Recent residential property transactions, published in March 2018 more

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Amy Wallot LFUCG

With spring right around the corner, projects dreamt up over the winter months can become reality with a little effort and support from the many grant opportunities available to the community. Listed here are funding sources... more

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Cole Arimes, owner and executive chef of Coles 735 Main, and partner Richard Turnbull plan to open the new establishment later this summer in the former National Provisions' space. more

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After 40 years with Bell Court neighborhood gallery Cross Gate Gallery, beloved framing specialist Mary Phillips is turning in her badge more

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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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Chevy Chase neighborhood garden and gift center keeps family tradition alive more

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I’ve spent many hours planning my future, my money, my life, my next week – and a lot of the time, it worked out. At this point in my life, I’m not even buying green bananas, and I eat chocolate as soon as it comes in the house. more

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Photo by Theresa Stanley

The family entertainment center Malibu Jack’s will relocate its Lexington facility to the former Kmart location at 2520 Nicholasville Road in 2018. more

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Tom Eblen Herald-Leader

In celebration of the holiday season, the grounds, smokehouse, and keeper’s cottage at Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate will be transformed into an outdoor European-style holiday market on Dec. 2 for the third annual “A Kentucky Christmas at Ashland.” more

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In conjunction with Chevy Chaser Magazine’s 20th anniversary, we’re taking a current and historic look at the Chevy Chase business district more

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Lexington’s “best known octogenarian,” Harriett Rose, looks back at nearly two decades of contributing for Chevy Chaser Magazine more

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A charitable fund has been established at Blue Grass Community Foundation to support the removal and relocation costs of Confederate statues currently at Cheapside Park. more

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