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The new Lexington-based start-up Truman's offers direct-to-consumer cleaning products sold through its website on a subscription basis. Read more

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Tom Wilmes

The Botany Bay’s ‘benevolent dictator’ shares insight on branding, organic growth and her more than two decades in independent retail. Read more

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Emma Delevante

As one of Lexington’s first major music festivals, Railbird, gets underway, its organizers wager that a lineup of national-caliber acts, tons of local flavor and partnerships with the city’s business community will inspire a winning result. Read more

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A groundswell of craft breweries have propelled Kentucky to the top of the list for growth. Here’s why there’s plenty of room for more. Read more

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Co-owned by chef Craig de Villiers and Damion Scott, Graze reopened in The Woodlands in early June. Read more

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Through the philanthropic partnership, Alltech, the Lyons family and UK HealthCare will work together to support lifelong wellness for patients throughout Kentucky. Read more

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Jeff Ruby discusses his namesake restaurant brand's most-recent location in Lexington, which is set to open April 20 in the City Center building. Read more

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Color Chaos, developed and owned by the creators of Lexington-based Breakout Games, opened in mid-February at 309 N. Ashland Ave. Read more

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Cole Arimes and his team have been very deliberate in reimagining the historic building at National and Walton avenues that most recently housed National Provisions, into his new concept, Epping's on Eastside. Read more

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Emily Giancarlo

Gray Construction is renovating three buildings along Lexington's Main Street into office space Read more

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The Kentucky season of Top Chef will include segments filmed at Churchill Downs and Keeneland, the Muhammad Ali Center and in front of a Kentucky-blue clad crowd at Rupp Arena, with Coach John Calipari as a guest judge. Read more

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After Goodfellas Pizzeria received a scathing review and a flurry of negative comments online, its owners make strides in a positive direction. Read more

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When it officially opened its doors to the public on Sept. 19, Castle & Key Distillery became one of Central Kentucky’s newest operating distilleries – but the brand is deeply steeped in tradition. Read more

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After folding his start-up MakeTime into Xometry, Drura Parrish is even closer to a whole-cloth restructuring of how we design and produce Read more

Business

After a more than four years of extensive renovations and new construction, Castle & Key Distillery in Millville, Kentucky, is officially open to the public. Read more

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After a split vote by non-abstaining members of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council, Mayor Jim Gray cast the deciding vote to place the motion onto the docket and continue with the process. Read more

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Alltech Staff

Alltech president Mark Lyons, son of late founder Pearse Lyons, is ready to lead the multinational company into the future Read more

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Zim’s and the Thirsty Fox, a new restaurant from Ouita Michel, will open late summer on the ground floor of the historic courthouse building in downtown Lexington. Read more

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Pennyrile takes bronze in the the American-Style Pale Ale category during the hotly contested international event. Read more

Cole Arimes, owner and executive chef of Coles 735 Main, and partner Richard Turnbull plan to open the new establishment later this summer in the former National Provisions' space. Read more

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