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CD Central staffers pontificate on their favorite albums of 2018, broken down by genre Read 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 Read more

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

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For its 5th year, the local music festival Moonshiner's Ball will take place at a new venue in 2018, and will feature nationally touring acts James McMurtry, Turkuaz, Moon Hooch, The Wooks and more. Read more

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Music director and conductor Scott Terrell celebrates a decade of innovation with the Lexington Philarmonic Read more

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Bandleader of the popular, long-running Lexington band The Trendells recounts his adventures (and misadventures) with a new book: “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (With a Little Bit of Soul)” Read more

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A look at some photos from the second Lexington Old-Time Music Gathering, which took place at various venues around town Feb. 8-11 Read more

This weekend, the Lexington Old-Time Music Gathering – a collection of educational and celebratory events honoring the traditions of Appalachian and old-time music – returns to Lexington for the first time since its inaugural 2015 gathering Read more

WRFL's 30th Birthday Bash will take place March 2-4, featuring a 3-day run of live music that includes performances from Washed Out, Cults, Healdo Negro, Hair Police, Nine Pound Hammer, 10-Foot Pole, Idiot Glee, Ellie Herring, Devine Carama and mor Read more

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Locals finds community – and a voice – in Lexington's varied karaoke offerings Read more

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CD Central Staff weigh in on their favorite albums of 2017 Read more

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Local songwriter Tyler Childers escapes musical “Purgatory” with nationally acclaimed debut album Read more

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Crave Lexington Food + Music Festival has announced more than 50 local and regional restaurants, food trucks and other vendors that will be featured in the upcoming culinary celebration, which returns to Masterson Station Fairgrounds Read more

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As it enters its second decade, Chamber Music Festival of Lexington continues to push boundaries, make changes and expand Read more

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Lynagh’s Irish Pub has a new owner who has designs on restoring the storied restaurant and bar -- long a campus and city favorite – to its former glory. Read more

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On Saturday, April 8, more than 1,000 costumed, glitter-faced, body-painted revelers are expected to join forces in Lexington’s Distillery District for this year's annual "costume rave for charity." Read more

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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

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Through his community-minded non-profit organization Believing in Forever, Lexington hip hop artist Devine Carama fuses poetry, music, youth empowerment and social justice Read more

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