Following over a decade of combative work in the litigation sector, the Italian-born, Owensboro-raised David Helmers needed a change of pace. He appears to have found that change, as the man who planted the seed for the inaugural Railbird Festival.
How much bourbon is too much bourbon? The answer is “never enough” at one Lexington bar, which has amassed a staggering collection of 916 bourbons (and counting.)
Tyler Childers will lead a strong Kentucky contingent is expected to join the likes of Brandi Carlile, Lukas Nelson, Phil Lesh and others at FloydFest.
A former wash and break room for workers of the original James E. Pepper Distillery continues to offer workers a getaway from the stresses of the workplace nearly a century after being built, albeit in a different fashion.
The third annual Bluegrass BBQ Fest takes place on June 7 and 8 at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington.
Nearly a decade after teaming up with cellist Ben Sollee and songwriter/producer Jim James on “Dear Companion,” a protest album (albeit a peaceful one) denouncing mountaintop removal, Kentucky songwriter Daniel Martin Moore is back with a new arts-meets-conservation effort – and one of his most ambitious projects to date.
A new collaborative EP from Lexington artists exploring the meaning of rest has been released into the ether.
What’s it like watching years of hard work literally go up in flames? Just ask Justin Thompson, who had to watch just that when Belle’s Cocktail House, the rustic downtown Lexington bar with a rooftop view he co-owns, went up in flames on the morning of Aug, 24, 2018.
New Orleans collective Tank and The Bangas ride their NPR Tiny Desk momentum into Lexington’s Manchester Music Hall Thursday.
What happens when two lawyers, the president of a construction company, the director of sales for the largest North American Thoroughbred breeding operation and the partner of a sports marketing agency walk into a bar?