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New global lecture series highlighting innovation and inspiration lands in Lexington Read more

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This month, local organizers announced that Lexington will join the ranks of 157 cities worldwide to establish its own chapter of the wildly popular global series CreativeMornings, a breakfast lecture series for the creative community. Read more

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On Friday, Jan. 20, Lexington hosts the first meeting of its CreativeMornings chapter, a popular global lecture series. Read more

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Director and lead actress summon real-life marriage chemistry in this month’s production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Read more

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This article, a profile on Lexington artist and archivist Louis Zoeller Bickett, is the first in a new partnership between and Smiley Pete Publishing to highlight members of the local creative community. Read more

Arts & Culture

This April, Jorge Barani Lopez will perform in Russia’s Dance Open Festival as a principal dancer with the Bolshoi Ballet – one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious ballet... Read more

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This April, Jorge Barani Lopez will perform in Russia’s Dance Open Festival as a principal dancer with the Bolshoi Ballet – one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious ballet... Read more

Arts & Culture

After more than two decades living away, a Lexington native returns to restore Avalon, the home of his late childhood best friend.David Eades is living in the past –– or... Read more

Community

New owners are giving the former Tuska House a lengthy renovationA landmark in the Aylesford neighborhood, as well as in the Lexington artist community, is undergoing... Read more

Community

New retrospective honors the work and life of artist Peter WilliamsIf there is a prettier scene than the horses at Keeneland making their way around the paddock... Read more

Arts & Culture

New retrospective honors the work and life of artist Peter WilliamsIf there is a prettier scene than the horses at Keeneland making their way around the paddock... Read more

Community

Artist Peter Williams capturing the action at Keeneland. Photo Furnished.If there is a prettier scene than the horses at Keeneland making their way around the paddock on a gorgeous... Read more

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What was your first job? My first job was at Taco Bell the week after I turned 16.What’s on the menu for your favorite dinner?I... Read more

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Chase Martin is the director of Institute 193, an arts organization on North Limestone.Describe a perfect weekend for you.Old friends. Bourbon. No phones.What... Read more

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At top, Dr. Don Goodin and Dr. Jessica Moss of the St. Joseph East cancer center stand in front of Spring Cleaning, a work by artist Darrell Ishmael.Several hospitals in the Bluegrass... Read more

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EOP Architects transforms scrapped renderings into sketchbooks for local studentsMaybe you’ve received a few too many disapproving looks from your eco-savvy... Read more

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What is your favorite comfort food? Anything involving melted cheese. Hot Brown may be at the top of the list.What would you say is the best gift... Read more

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Retrospective exhibit follows the development of Rodney Hatfield’s art and musicFor those who had a pulse and an inclination toward live music in the ’70s,... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Working artists and business have not always enjoyed the most trusting of relationships. Many artists are wary of being asked to compromise their creative independence. Many businesses must control public... Read more

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Retrospective exhibit follows the development of Rodney Hatfield’s art and musicFor those who had a pulse and an inclination toward live music in the ’70s,... Read more

Business

What figures from history would you invite to dinner if you could?With all the faith-based turmoil in the world now, I'd have to go with Jesus, Mohammed and Abraham.... Read more

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What’s your favorite time of day? Are you a morning or night person? I’m definitely a morning person. A porch swing, a hot cup of coffee, and a cool morning breeze... Read more

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Study shows $8.1 million economic boost from arts organizations in LexingtonIn a recently released study of the nonprofit arts and culture industry and its effect on the economy, Americans for the Arts, an arts... Read more

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