This is one of the biggest election cycles in quite some time! Local and county races fill the ballot while Kentuckians are poised to finally ditch Mitch McConnell and elect a Democrat to the U.S. Senate. Help your local Democrats elect strong candidates to...
See... using public transportation is cool! You should ride, too!
Jeff Speck is the author of Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time and is one of America's most acclaimed city planners. On Thursday night, he will be lecturing at the Grand Theatre in downtown Frankfort as part of the Kentucky Her...
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Be careful or the passage of time will blow past you
Of late, I’ve written many times of the e’er changing seasons. The yellow school bus as a sign of autumn. Cooler temperatures and the woolly
Kaintuckeean :: All Things Kentucky: VisCenter Opens Eyes to New Ways of...
If you've ever Whenever you watch a college football or basketball game, you always see the commercial for the university. Typically in thre
Kaintuckeean :: All Things Kentucky: "Off the Road" an Upcoming Event at...
What do Wendell Berry, Barbara Kingsolver, and Guy Mendes have in common? Berry is an acclaimed novelist originally from Henry County, Ky. K
Kaintuckeean :: All Things Kentucky: The Demolition of Murray State's Or...
The wrecking ball could be heard yesterday as it began the systematic demolition of Ordway Hall on the campus of Murray State University. Ac
Kaintuckeean :: All Things Kentucky: Beautiful Sounds in a Spectacular V...
Solo guitarist Chris Weiss' music has many of those same coffee shop, easy listening sounds affected by the regional influences of Appalachi
As one school year ends, challenges await the one that lies ahead
Well, that’s all folks. The last day of classes in Jessamine County is on Friday, bringing to a close the 2012-2013 school year.
Wine and Vine Fest is a jewel for Jessamine County
Though I’ve lived in Nicholasville since 2004, I’ve never experienced one of her grandest events because a scheduling conflict has always fo
Kaintuckeean :: All Things Kentucky: Kentucky's Oldest Florist, Michler's
Drive slowly down Maxwell Street and you may find one of the gems of Lexington. For generations, the Michler family has grown beautiful flow
Kaintuckeean :: All Things Kentucky: A Thief is in Our Midst: Historic I...
A circa 1800s iron prison door, weighing more than 400 pounds and approximately 6 to 7 feet tall and 3 feet wide, (pictured above, on its si