History making Triple Crown and Breeders Cup winner American Pharoah enters retirement at Ashford Stud
Not all great cities are built on rivers! Some of them, like Lexington, Kentucky, are built on artisan springs and underground creeks.
Sweet or Savory, everyone should indulge with a slice for “Pi Day!” Here are a few of our favorite Bluegrass spots to stuff your ‘pie hole.’
Kentucky is known for its beautiful Thoroughbred race horses. Here’s our silly advice on how to handle them.
There are so many things about Kentucky to love. Here are a handful of sights and destinations you’ll only see in the Bluegrass State.
Between 1935 and 1975, most everyone sent to prison for drugs in the U.S. was sent to the U.S. Narcotic Farm located in Lexington.
Everyone passing through Versailles, Kentucky into Lexington has seen this castle sitting up on the hill in Woodford County. Man, does it have a story to tell.
2 blocks North of Main Street in downtown Lexington sits a beautiful bit of green-space between Transylvania University and West Second Street. Originally dedicated as Centennial Park in 1876, Gratz Park was renamed for Benjamin Gratz, a prominent hemp grower who made his home amongst the Federal and Greek revival homes surrounding the park. AndContinue reading “A Walk in the Park: Gratz Park History”
In Lexington’s Cheapside Park, it isn’t uncommon to see people enjoying lunch at one of the cafes or restaurants that line the street, or lounging around on outdoor patios. In the evenings locals walk their dogs on the lawn of the old courthouse, and on summer nights, bands play on the Pavilion stage; on Saturdays, the streetContinue reading “A Road Trip Through Cheapside Park and Some Lexington, Kentucky History”