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From concerts and gigs to literary and visual art events, we've rounded up a list of the best events Lexington has to offer this October. more

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From pumpkin runs and theater performances to cemetery walking tours and corn mazes, we've rounded up the 20 best ways to get spooky this season. more

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This burgeoning Lexington artist has plenty to celebrate – including a recent invitation to have her work featured in the beloved international chain store, Anthropologie. more

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Children are discovering unconventional ways to thrive and explore at Red Oaks Forest School, a non-profit nature and art center. more

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The 40th annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference will present a number of free, community readings, discussions and other community events this weekend. more

Taking place Oct. 12-14 at Rockcastle Riverside, the 5th annual Moonshiners Ball features riverside camping, kid-friendly activities, and live music from Turkuaz, Moon Hooch, James McMurtry, The Wooks, River Whyless, Freekbass and lots more! more

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20 great "Arty Parties" on the horizon to celebrate (and raise money for) Lexington's arts community more

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Coming to Manchester Music Hall Thursday, Oct. 11 more

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Taking over Al's Bar & Beer Garden and The Burl & Burl Arcade Sept. 14-15 more

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8 great regional festivals to have on your radar this fall more

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More than 100 festivals, art exhibits, performances and other cultural events on the horizon for the 2018-'19 fall season more

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New local initiative fosters cross-cultural experiences and understanding through the lenses of art, music and hospitality more

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Retired industrial designer, Pete Mendel, turns over a new leaf as a “basement luthier” more

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Crave Lexington Food + Music Festival, produced by Smiley Pete Publishing, celebrated its 6th year with more than 20,000 friends Aug. 11-12, 2018. 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 more

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The pastel artist and multi-year winner of the Woodland Art Fair’s “Best of Drawing” award reflects on her career, her inspiration and more more

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Willcutt Guitars founder Bob Willcutt publishes new volume of original bird photography, all shot within Fayette County more

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Food network star Jason Smith will host and emcee this year's food performance stage. more

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. more

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