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Farmers Market.... Lexington, Kentucky

The Farmers Market is a wonderful way to support your community and enjoy fresh produce. Lexington has a wonderful Farmers Market that brings many people together every week! 91 more words

Lexington Kentucky

Come Along on A Tour of Ashland

YOU ARE HERE -> 1950s-1980s

From 1950 through the 1980s Lorraine Seay welcomed guests to Ashland at her desk in the front hall where registration was required or, in the case of large groups, she would greet them from the front doorstep.  580 more words


Sundaes and Suds on a Patio Somewhere

So Spring has Sprung in Kentucky and that means  dogwoods and peonies, Wednesday Summer movies at the Kentucky Theater, Thursday Night Live in downtown Lexington and weekend dates at the Bourbon Drive In ( just up Hwy 68 in Paris, KY).   217 more words

A Peek Into "Polishing Jade"

“Yes, ma’am, Miss Ellen.  Thank you for the lemonade and for being my friend.”  I smiled at her and looked down at the kitchen floor.  I noticed the checkered pattern and the way my shoes fit into the blocks just right.  242 more words

Common Sense Breaks Out


By Charlie Johnston

In Lexington, Kentucky, Circuit Judge James Ishmael has made a decision using blindingly obvious common sense. So why do I make such a fuss about it? 139 more words


Kentucky University Leaves Ashland

YOU ARE HERE -> 1870s

From such grand and glorious beginnings, John Bryan Bowman’s vision for Kentucky University began to unravel in the 1870s.  The details of the troubles he and the university encountered could—and has—filled volumes.  842 more words


Henry Clay's Paradise

YOU ARE HERE -> up to 1852

Named for the towering ash trees growing there, Henry Clay’s Ashland was no ordinary home.  Because of Clay’s prominence and the fact that he cherished and spoke often of his estate in Kentucky, Ashland became nationally known and an inseparable part of Clay’s public identity.  595 more words