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Tom Wilmes

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

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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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Carol Kennedy Behr, general manager and daughter of founder Joe Kennedy, shares insight into the family's decision to shutter the campus mainstay after more than 65 years in business. Read more

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The network will be capable of carrying an unlimited amount of data across a network of glass-fiber cables with “lightning-fast” upload and download speeds. Read more

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DV8 Kitchen is Lexington’s first restaurant to focus on offering second-chance employment to those working to deviate from past lifestyle choices. Read more

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From eye protection and school closures to shifting the production schedule at Toyota, here's what you need to know to safely view the 2017 solar eclipse in Lexington. Read more

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UK’s Office of Technology Commercialization is restructured to better support and monetize innovations from the university’s research community Read more

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A whole new World of Beer opened up to Lexington patrons when the most recent location of the beer-focused franchise opened July 3 at The Summit at Fritz Farm. Read more

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