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Winter reading recommendations: Six great books by Kentucky authors that came out this year, courtesy Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning staff Read more

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Six summer reading picks with Kentucky ties, reviewed by Carnegie Center for the Literacy & Learning staff Read more

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This winter, cozy up with one of these 8 great Kentucky-related books released in 2016. Read more

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The Morris Book Shop, a Chevy Chase literary and cultural hub for five years, is for sale and may disappear entirely if a new owner doesn’t emerge soon. Owner Wyn Morris said the surprise announcement, first reported by Tom... Read more

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It’s no secret that humans’ ability to focus on one thing for an extended period of time has decreased significantly since the dawn of the mobile age – distraction comes easily... Read more

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It’s no secret that humans’ ability to focus on one thing for an extended period of time has decreased significantly since the dawn of the mobile age – distraction comes easily... Read more

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As the holiday season – a little something I like to call “Thanksmas” – approaches, there seems to be precious little time to sit and enjoy a good book. Weeks of office parties, decadent meals, road trips and family obligations... Read more

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With spring officially underway, daydreams have started to turn toward all the activities that warm weather brings: cookouts, fireworks, family road trips, and long, luxurious nights... Read more

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With spring officially underway, daydreams have started to turn toward all the activities that warm weather brings: cookouts, fireworks, family road trips, and long, luxurious nights... Read more

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When Richard B.Isenhour began designing and building Lexington homes in the early 1950s, no one was using the term “mid-century modern” to describe an emerging design style that emphasized... Read more

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It seems to me I’ve spent my life in libraries, or at least in the presence of a book. As a little girl, I was taken to that lovely old library on Second Street, now the home of the... Read more

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Little Free Library is an international project that enables people to share their favorite books and stories for free. For Catherine Nunn Lawless, who works for an Education non-profit,... Read more

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Full disclosure: I plead guilty to the sin of sometimes playing the lottery. I figure it is a dollar’s worth of entertainment just to take a couple of minutes and daydream what I would do [...] Read more

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In August 2011, as the early morning hours crept upon the Chevy Chase Inn on Euclid Avenue, Sarah Razor had an epiphany for her first book. Standing in the doorway of the “CCI,” she... Read more

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“What do a well-to-do emergency room physician and non-profit founder devoted to caring for the earth have in common? Nothing, except they are the same person.” – Dr. Matthew Sleeth... Read more

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Joseph-Beth Booksellers has been a landmark of Lexington’s geography for 25 years, and, despite a recent bankruptcy and ownership change, the company aims to surge ahead for 25 more.“We are here for the long haul,” said... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Saluted British author Julian Barnes begins his well-crafted novel in the 1960s in a school in London where an adolescent clique of boys conducts their lives much as any other small group of young men.Thoughts... Read more

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Bob Edwards is a well-known and well-loved name to many longtime listeners of National Public Radio and its shows "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition." Currently heard on "The Bob Edwards Show" on Sirius XM Radio, his journey... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Lexington author Christine Eisele Sacra takes readers back to the late 1870s and the small James family farm in Lexington, Ky., where 15-year-old Ruth May, the daughter of a former slave, has lived her... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Award-winning financial columnist and consultant Don McNay, of Richmond, Ky., directs his readers away from the road that leads to Wall Street, pointing them instead in the direction of Main Street, and... Read more

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