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Bill Straus

Jim Host, the Lexington entrepreneur who practically invented modern collegiate sports marketing and built three of Kentucky’s most iconic sports venues, is writing a book about how he did it. Read more

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WUKY 91.3 FM—the University of Kentucky’s NPR-affiliate radio station— has moved its broadcast facilities into a plush, former recording studio on Spurr Road near the intersection of I-64 and I-75 north of town. Read more


EOP Architects turns the tables in designing its own downtown Lexington offices into a workplace of the future. Read more


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Friends and colleagues celebrate the extraordinary legacy of Alltech founder and philanthropist Pearse Lyons. Read more


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Mark Zerof

With the city’s first centralized agency to promote the district and a motivated new president at the helm, the pace of change in downtown Lexington is about to quicken. Read more


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We visit with veteran announcer and oddsmaker Mike Battaglia as he wraps up his on-air career. Read more


UK grad Thomas Kessinger followed in his grandfather’s footsteps to rise through the ranks at investment firm Hilliard Lyons. He was named president of the firm in May. Read more