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Civil War at Ashland's Door

YOU ARE HERE -> 1861-1865

Henry Clay’s great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Clay Blanford (1904-1999), in a 1987 interview, revealed some evocative information about the Civil War at Ashland.  864 more words

Ashland

Maker Monday - DRock Press

Last year, at the Fall Bloomington Handmade Market, we juried in this interesting fella with these interesting prints, pillas, and tees. And I adored them! I always feel a little bit weird approaching our makers from the Market to sell in the shoppe, but hey – what are they gonna do, say no? 474 more words

Fountain Square Mall

Mortality Monday: Killing people with your car

The default speed limit on all of Kentucky’s state maintained highways is 55 mph. You can find this in KRS 189.390 (3)

(3) The speed limit for motor vehicles on state highways shall be as follows, unless conditions exist that require lower speed for compliance with subsection (2) of this section, or the secretary of the Transportation Cabinet establishes a different speed limit in accordance with subsection (4) of this section:

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Wedding of the Decade at Ashland

YOU ARE HERE -> April 19, 1892

Henry Clay’s great-granddaughter, Nannette McDowell, was married at Ashland, her home, in one of the most celebrated weddings of 1890’s Kentucky.  514 more words

Ashland

Live Review: Galactic @ The Lyric Theatre, Lexington KY (4/6)

Galactic’s performance at The Lyric Theatre Wednesday night was special for me in many ways. It featured a lively New Orleans funk band, a beautiful stage and light show, and an entertaining opening act from seasoned local veterans. 417 more words

Kentucky

The Start of Something Good

Hello Everyone!

Just wanted to give y’all an introduction to ShareLexKy, and why we love Lexington so much. Lexington holds a special place in our hearts, and not just because the sweet tea here is amazing, though that’s always a perk!  145 more words

Kentucky

21c Museum Hotels offer contemporary art experience

By: Katrina Gross ~Staff Writer~

Travel is one aspect of millennial life that the majority of the generation may agree is appealing for a number of reasons. 424 more words

Arts & Entertainment