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Saraya Brewer

For Daniel Martin Moore, a Hardin County native and songwriter, seeking artistic inspiration from the environment has always come naturally.“I can’t help but write about what... Read more

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Welcome to our annual Fall Arts preview, powered by Lexington arts and entertainment calendar tadoo.com! On the following pages, we break down the upcoming 2014-2015 season that, for many arts organizations, kicks off this month [...] Read more

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Multi-media artist Stacey Chinn uses a variety of material to compose art on an even wider variety of topicsStacey Chinn got an initial whiff of her future vocation... Read more

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It is our goal to provide as comprehensive a list as possible. If you have an upcoming show in Lexington that you would like to see mentioned in our weekly listings, e-mail the details... Read more

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27Lipbone Redding Natasha's Bistro, 112 Esplanade, 9 p.m., $8. From the venue website: “Inventive voicestrumentalist... Read more

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TUESDAY, July 10 Dunebuggy Attack Battalion, One Night Standards, Indoorfins Cosmic Charlie’s,... Read more

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Chair, One World Films, Inc.; Coordinator, Book Buddies Program, Lexington Public LibraryWhen Annette Mayer worked as the cashier for the long-defunct... Read more

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When Jennifer Bricking learned that her mother had been diagnosed with breast cancer, her first thoughts were similar to many upon hearing that a loved one has cancer."All I heard was the word cancer and I thought, 'Man, my mom's... Read more

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Lexington, KY - When Link Henderson started taking clay classes at the Lexington Art League just over a decade ago, she didn't foresee that in 10-years time she would be administering one of the largest pottery studios... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Named after a Beatle by music-loving parents, one might say Lennon Michalski was destined to cross paths with the auditory arts at some point in his artistic career, which has taken a decidedly more visual... Read more

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Lexington, KY - In 1981, Armadillo World Headquarters, an iconic music hall in Austin, Texas, was demolished to make way for a new development on the outskirts of downtown. The city was growing at a rapid pace, and the... Read more

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Lexington, KY - The Bluegrass region may not be considered a mecca for the fashion and design business, but a number of local design companies have worked quietly and diligently to find national recognition and distribution... Read more

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Amidst the doom and gloom of recent economic news and forecasts, there may not be much to look forward to in regards to consumer behavior this holiday season. With national government efforts to revive both Wall Street and Main Street... Read more

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Many of us are accustomed to using the Internet to order plane tickets, hotel rooms and random eBay odds and ins ... but ordering dinner online? With a new trend of businesses focusing on the concept of "grab-and-go" dinners, the notion... Read more

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The ways in which people seek information has changed dramatically over the past decade. We make plans via text message, we store treasured photographs in digital boxes, telephone "land lines" are almost obsolete, and with Internet sites... Read more

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As it settles into its brand new facility, the Shambhala Meditation Center of Lexington continues its decades-long focus on helping members and guests find peace of mind Read more

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With so many anticipated new restaurants and bars having opened in recent months, we thought it would be a good time to highlight and share the stories behind some of our new favorite local  eatin’ & drinkin’ spots. Read more

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Take a look inside the four-year, $32 million restoration project that brought one of Lexington’s most iconic buildings, its Historic Courthouse, back to life. Read more

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A look inside the four-year, $32-million historic restoration project that brought one of Lexington’s most iconic buildings back to life Read more

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Physical therapist, old-time musician and next-level pie-maker Stephanie Jeter finds ways to incorporate her Appalachian heritage into her everyday life. Read more

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Inaugural Tree Week provides more than 50 opportunities to celebrate Lexington’s urban canopy Read more

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Lexington couple Erik Carlsen-Landy & Anansa Thompson reflect on the evolution of their relationship and the role that their favorite local festival has played in that Read more

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Louisville's 17th annual Forecastle Festival featured more than 60 bands taking to 4 stages in the scenic Waterfront Park over 3 (hot, rainy, magical) days. We were able to capture some moments on camera and have a bit of fun along the way. Read more

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Seven years after its inception, GreenHouse17’s therapeutic farm program continues to blossom and grow Read more

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Two years after opening its music venue, The Burl changes the game with the opening of a second, arcade-themed bar Read more

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2018 Summer Fun Guide: Your Guide to more than 100 of the best summer events Read 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... Read more

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Local kitchen designers reflect on current trends and remodeling tips in advance of this month’s Kitchens of the Bluegrass Tour Read more

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A sneak peek inside a handful of designer kitchens featured in the 2018 Kitchens of the Bluegrass Read more

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In conjunction with National Bike Month, we've rounded up a list of upcoming local bike-related events and organizations that are geared toward cyclists of all levels Read more

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5 Great Ways to Improve Your Outdoor Space (Without Digging In the Dirt) Read 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 Read more

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University of Kentucky Art Museum director Stuart Horodner summons new energy and dynamics for the evolving local institution Read more

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  • Aubrie Sellers

    Photo by Saraya Brewer

    Aubrie Sellers

  • The sun sets over Moontower.

    Photo by Saraya Brewer

    The sun sets over Moontower.

  • Manchester Orchestra at Moontower

    Photo by Saraya Brewer

    Manchester Orchestra at Moontower

  • Trombone Shorty at Moontower

    Photo by Saraya Brewer

    Trombone Shorty at Moontower