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How well do you know Lexington, KY? We’re bringing you some fun facts about the city and its history. If you’re a trivia master (or local enthusiast), give this a try.
This year’s convention that covers all things pop culture returns to Central Bank Center Thursday, March 7 through Sunday, March 10
While many might be in their mob wife era, we’re proclaiming a preference for the late 1800s aesthetic.
Learn about the local nonprofit Common Good + how it formed its social enterprise and ceramics business, Matchstick Goods.
Meet the new faces of the front office and coaching staff at Lexington Sporting Club and hear their thoughts on the upcoming 2024 season as well as stadium updates + more.
Eat and Drink
Explore the Horse Capital of the World through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.
We want to know: Where is the best pizza in Lexington? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.
The Melroy aims to open at 144 N. Broadway this summer.
Travel and Outdoors
Prepare for spring weather in Lexington, KY with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
We’re wrapping up our five-part series breaking down each pillar of the Imagine Lexington 2045 comprehensive plan — here you’ll learn about how Lexington plans to balance urban and rural growth.
While mother nature treats us to a little bit of sunshine + warmer vibes, we’ve rounded five fun ways to celebrate false spring in Lexington.
Real Estate
We’re rounding up the new grocery stores making plans to open in Lexington in the coming years.
Will and Sarah Hanrahan hope to create a community-centric environment.
City
See the lineup of activities for this annual interactive city-wide science festival
Kroger Field set a new record last season for waste diverted from the landfill. Learn about the steps UK Recycling is taking to fulfill its goal of making Kroger Field a zero waste facility by 2030.
Learn about the public safety + affordable housing wins, and what’s on the horizon including new parks developments and public artworks in Mayor Linda Gorton’s State of the City-County address.

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