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A former Lexington mayor will spotlight that city’s Hunt-Morgan House at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the March 14 Second Thursday program at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum. H. Foster Pettit, mayor of Lexington from 1972 to 1978 and a partner with Wyatt,...
Contributing WriterEditor’s note: “Fidelity,” 1992, by Wendell Berry, is the eighth in a series of book reviews about works of Kentucky fiction. Prolific novelists typically place their stories in a diversity of settings. A select few, however, create a...
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By Katelynn ‘Danger’ Griffin Monday afternoon, a crowd gathered at the steps of the Lincoln County Courthouse in Stanford to celebrate the life of American civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. From there they took to the street,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKatie Cross of Jessamine Career and Technology Center was among the top students in the country selected to attend the World Food Prize Global Youth Institute Oct. 13-15 in Des Moines, Iowa. The World Food Prize was founded 25 years ago by Nobel Peace...
Polson bears American flag at Wilmore’s Olympics West Jessamine High School graduate and University of Kentucky basketball player Jarrod Polson was the American flag bearer at Wilmore Elementary’s “OOVOTO” (Our Own Version Of The...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — A sleeker, more finely-tuned Festival of Books and Arts will be held here June 25. In its second year, the Harrodsburg Festival of Books and Arts is a collaborative effort of Harrodsburg First Main Street Program, Studio G, The Arts...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor close to a century, American writers, artists and filmmakers have been attempting to define Main Street, which, at its core, is a metaphorical representation for small town U.S.A. Some portrayals, such as those of Norman Rockwell, combine a child-like...
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The tragedy in Tucson has unleashed an absurdly hypocritical spectacle: Hyper-partisan pols, cable TV screaming heads and the blogosphere’s ideological flamethrowers, all decrying political vitriol. As a classmate of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in a...
Former President Clinton visited Colombia last week, meeting with President Juan Manuel Santos and visiting Bogota, where Mayor Gustavo Petro showed him around the city in an electric taxi. Then Clinton took time out to visit with Nobel Prize-winning...
Wayne DeAngelis is happy with his life. You can tell because he laughs as soon as you ask him. Or you can watch him smile while he steers the yellow 1934 Ford he restored and refurbished with a Mercedes-Benz roof. Another way to tell that the...
For the first time, scientists have created human embryos that are genetic copies of living people and used them to make stem cells — a feat that paves the way for treating a range of diseases with personalized body tissues but also ignites fears of...
In the 65 years since the creation of Israel and the scattering of millions of Palestinians from their historic homeland, hope of resolving the core crisis of the Middle East has risen to joyous pinnacles like Camp David and crashed into despair with...
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