Ben Wolford

Local band The Past celebrates release of new album with collaborative Sept. 1 event Read more

Arts & Culture

The Burl Exterior

Photo by Estill Robinson

As it approaches nine months of business, the popular Lexington venue The Burl continues to reinvent itself Read more


Willie's Locally known embarks on a nontraditional campaign geared to support local music businesses and help feed "starving musicians" all at once Read more

Arts & Culture

On March 15, join up to 10,000 Lexingtonians in various dinner party-style civic discourse conversations geared to inform the city’s Comprehensive Plan. Read more

Food & Drink

The beloved Chevy Chase book store set to close on Jan. 30, 2017. Read more


Set to launch on Nov. 29, the 2016 GoodGiving Guide Challenge will benefit 120 area nonprofits Read more


Moonshiner's Ball 2016

Photo by Kim Blackburn

Citing a need for more space for their growing outdoor music festival, organizers of The Moonshiner’s Ball have announced a new location for the fourth annual event, which will take place May 19-21, 2017. Read more


The Blue Grass Community Foundation and Smiley Pete Publishing, owner of Business Lexington, will launch the GoodGiving Challenge this month, an online campaign designed to engage and inspire the Bluegrass to support local nonprofits. Read more

New concert series led by Lexington Music Education founder Chris Mattingly working to expand and enhance the live music experience for young local musicians Read more


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An up-close look at 8 Lexington murals Read more

, Community

With his mini-mural series depicting creative hybrid creatures, artist Graham Allen introduces a new species of art to the walls of Lexington Read more


Lexington’s photographic history will take the spotlight this fall at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The museum’s upcoming exhibition, Kentucky Renaissance: The Lexington Camera Club and Its Community, 1954-1974, will explore the artistic achievements... Read more

Arts & Culture

A new sign of old times has found its way back to Euclid Avenue, thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign launched by Chevy Chase Inn owners Kevin Heathcoat, Will Pieratt and Bill Farmer, Jr. Read more