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Tanzi Merritt

Just past Keeneland and the Wellesley Heights subdivision on Versailles Road, sits a hidden local treasure. Visitors can take a peek inside this historic home during Designer Showcase 2018. more

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Hannah and Corey Maple have expanded their Kenwick home while making their mark on the neighborhood with Wilson’s Grocery & Meats reboot and Maple & Murphy Interior Design Studio more

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Monthly storytelling event gives a bigger platform to everyday moments more

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During the construction process of her family’s home, this busy mother of three modified original design plans and sourced her own materials to achieve her vision for a dream home that would suit the needs more

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A Beaumont home remodel by Pohl Rosa Pohl designed to accommodate two-legged and four-legged family members alike more

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One of Lexington’s signature art events, “The Nude,” is back – stripped down and back to its bare form more

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A look at how three local music studios are carving out their own niche in Lexington’s recording industry (and beyond) more

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Kentucky’s most popular literary event relocates to Lexington more

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

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To celebrate National Ice Cream Month, we’ve sat down with the brains behind three of Lexington’s locally owned and operated businesses specializing in craft frozen treats: Crank & Boom, Sorella Gelateria and Sav's Chill more

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From nutritional additives and body products to oil with purported medicinal properties, we’ve compiled a list of a handful of local products utilizing Kentucky hemp more

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Lina Tharsing has been working to catalog the extensive body of work created by her father, the late Lexington artist Robert Tharsing, for a three-venue retrospective taking place this month. more

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Late Lexington architect Richard B. Isenhour’s family join forces to remodel – and move into – one of his unique mid-century homes. 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 more

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Transylvania’s Moosnick Musuem boasts the most bizarre collection of scientific artifacts you’ve never heard of more

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Industry connections, a focus on quality and an ever-evolving business model have helped Lexington-based company The Bourbon Review grow from a magazine into a full-blown lifestyle brand. more

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