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Getting To Know The Presenters of The Kentucky Women Writer’s Conference

Getting To Know The Presenters of The Kentucky Women Writer’s Conference

It wasn’t until the last part of 2008 that I realized, you have a platform, you have a ministry of sorts, you have responsibility whether you want it or not.…

“Everybody Benefits” When Blacks and Other Minorities Succeed

“Everybody Benefits” When Blacks and Other Minorities Succeed

Reporting and Photos by Patrice K. Muhammad, Editor “Everybody Benefits” was the theme of the 7th Annual Lexington Bluegrass Area Minority Business Expo. More and more business people are beginning to see that minority inclusion isn’t…

Lexington’s Connection to the BE 100’s

Lexington’s Connection to the BE 100’s

At first glance, Lexington does not make an appearance on the list. But by doing a bit of research, several companies have Central Kentucky connections.…

Lexington Students Attend KSU Summer REAP Program

Lexington Students Attend KSU Summer REAP Program

A major objective of REAP is to introduce the student interns to the many careers in science, research, education, and public service. A second objective is to provide “hands on”…

Barbara’s Recipes Reign Supreme

Barbara’s Recipes Reign Supreme

Ms. Pollitt, who has worked at Missy’s Pies for six years, says that she has been baking since she was just three years old. Before managing Missy’s she baked cakes…

The Isaac Hathaway Museum: A Window to Lexington’s History

The Isaac Hathaway Museum: A Window to Lexington’s History

When people read about what really happened during emancipation, “almost everyone says I didn’t know that” Yvonne Giles shared, “And this museum is really only the tip of the iceberg.”…

New Beginning for Historic East End Intersection

New Beginning for Historic East End Intersection

The arts give identity to a community.” The work of Bibbs can be seen adorning the Clean Sweep Car Washes on Richmond Road and South Broadway in Lexington and in…

New FCPS board member announced

New FCPS board member announced

Kentucky State Education Commissioner Jon Draud’s appointment of Kirk Tinsley to The Fayette County Board of Education became effective Nov. 7th. A Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) spokesman describes Tinsley…

WHAT’S THE HOLD UP ON THE LYRIC THEATRE PROJECT?

WHAT’S THE HOLD UP ON THE LYRIC THEATRE PROJECT?

When the Lyric Theater Task Force was appointed by then mayor Teresa Isaac in October 2005 it looked like the project was going to begin moving “full steam” ahead. In…

Black voters get to polls early on Election Day

Black voters get to polls early on Election Day

Fayette County voters were true “maverick’s” and did not lean the way of the majority of Kentuckians who solidly voted for McCain over Obama 57 to 41 percent. Fayette County…