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Nervous Author Wants to Sign Book and needs Advice

Has anyone set up their own book signing, let’s say at a coffee house, a library, or another place that doesn’t immediately come to my mind? 285 more words

Sojourner McConnell

Partners on Lime

I’m sure by now you’ve heard that something new is going into the old Merit Furniture place on Limestone. You may have even heard that it is going to be a tasty partnership between Rooster Brewing from downtown Paris and the consistently delicious Gastro Gnomes food truck. 895 more words

Lexington Kentucky

Economic Baseline

I just returned from a hectic several days in NYC.  I have to tell you, the vibrancy of the Big Apple never ceases to amaze me.  384 more words

Economy

Attitude towards successful men: Part 2


It is difficult to convincingly label Judge Philpot as either misogynist or anti-male through his public actions because there are more subtle layers of bias underlying his decisions in individual cases. 994 more words

Family Court Judge

Reclaiming The Grandeur of Clay’s Estate

YOU ARE HERE -> 1880s-1940s

Thirty years after Henry Clay’s death, after the ravages of time, war, and use by the state college had taken their toll on the 324-acre Ashland estate, granddaughter Anne Clay McDowell returned to the family’s hallowed grounds.  1,247 more words

Ashland