If the walls of The Green Lantern bar could talk, they’d surely have quite a story to tell.
From new spots on the block to old favorites, hidden gems and concentrated hotspots like the Pepper Campus and Jefferson Street, there’s a local patio spot sure to strike everyone’s fancy.
Once a storage area for a furniture store, a downtown Lexington building has been reinvented in the last two years, and the results are making waves not just across the commonwealth but across the country.
Sure, you may have seen Tyler Childers at Railbird or on Jimmy Fallon recently. But are you one of the lucky few — and we really mean few — who will be campin’ and jammin’ the next three days with the rising star?
When one thinks of Kentucky, visions of … theater are not top of mind. The Lexington Theatre Company looks to change that.
When storied northside watering hole Al’s Bar went up for sale in late 2018 everyone was caught off guard, none more than business partners and northside natives Tim Small, Seth Brewer and Brian Surbaugh.
From Brandi Carlile to Tyler Childers and Johnny Conqueroo, here’s the 10 best things we saw at the inaugural Railbird Festival.
Two Lexington summer traditions and wiener dogs are off and running in this week’s round up of the top non-music events in Central Kentucky for the weekend ahead.
Tyler Childers, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Kelsey Waldon helped to lead the charge during a stacked day two of Railbird Festival.
The Raconteurs, Brandi Carlile and Billy Strings topped day one of Railbird Festival.