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Every Wednesday for the past year, the grassroots organization Serve, started by Tom Viney and his 13-year-old daughter, has provided warm, healthy, “no strings attached” meals to Lexington’s downtown community. Read more

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Just over a century after it was built, Lexington’s first skyscraper has been given a new life – one that pays homage to the building’s history while also marshaling it into the 21st century.Lexington’s... Read more

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A passion for style is certainly a driving force behind the new local business Wolf & Ryan Salon. And for owners Stacia and Josh Gambrell that passion extends beyond a love for cutting-edge... Read more

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A passion for style is certainly a driving force behind the new local business Wolf & Ryan Salon. And for owners Stacia and Josh Gambrell that passion extends beyond a love for cutting-edge... Read more

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New downtown music series seeks to increase audience engagementAs they tour the East coast in support of their recently released album “The Wild Mercury,” the alt-folk band... Read more

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Victorian design fuses with Middle Eastern flair at downtown boutique Georgettes & ChiffonsAline Saad designed, decorated and even named the 15 locations of Shakespeare and... Read more

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Victorian design fuses with Middle Eastern flairat Georgettes & ChiffonsAline Saad designed, decorated and even named the 15 locations of Shakespeare and Co., the Dubai-based... Read more

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On Nov. 14, more than 100 people gathered for the closing reception of Peoples Portal, an art event in the vacant South Broadway building that was once home to the Peoples Federal bank.... Read more

Community

On Nov. 14, more than 100 people gathered for the closing reception of Peoples Portal, an art event in the vacant South Broadway building that was once home to the Peoples Federal bank.... Read more

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The Breeders’ Cup Host Committee has organized a weeklong, citywide festival for the week leading up to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, with multiple events at various venues taking place Oct. 24-31. Here, we’ve... Read more

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The Breeders’ Cup Host Committee has organized a weeklong, citywide festival for the week leading up to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, with multiple events at various venues taking place Oct. 24-31. Here, we’ve... Read more

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Former San Franciscan Nick Lagagsorn is transforming a mundane former office space on North Mill into a chic and metropolitan sushi bar and restaurant, Buddha Lounge, expected to open by July.After years of working in San Francisco’s... Read more

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When her grandmother died several years ago, Erin Reynolds-Turner faced the choice of what to do with the clothes her grandmother left behind.“She had all these really gorgeous, mostly custom-made clothes that I couldn’t bear... Read more

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The downtown ice rink opened for the season in Triangle Park in early November, but across the street, business is just starting to heat up at The Square, Lexington’s newly rebranded downtown shopping, dining and entertainment destination.Clothing... Read more

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Lexington, Ky - Explorium of Lexington today signed a long-term lease to remain at Victorian Square. The tenancy of the children’s museum had been in question as the downtown retail center was recently sold to the Webb Companies in... Read more

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For most, history happens in the past. And, is boring – especially when your high school history teacher is the assistant football coach. At least, mine was. I did not wake up to history... Read more

Community

Carefully organized walking tours make strolling through downtown Lexington informative and invigoratingOnce again, downtown Lexington is the place to be and to... Read more

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