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New UK book has all the answers on bourbon, parties

Book out just in time for the Derby.

Versailles resident looking for owner of book with 1953 inscription

Hopes someone has information on the previous book's owner

Black-owned bookstore mangers say gentrification is forcing them to close

Wild Fig Book Store in Lexington held a community meeting to discuss its future Sunday.

Woodward: Mattis, Kelly denials of his book quotes untrue

Longtime journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly "are not telling the truth" when they deny making incendiary quotes about President Donald Trump attributed to them in his new book, "Fear."

Trump, others dispute book’s description of unhinged leader

An incendiary tell-all book by a reporter who helped bring down President Richard Nixon set off a firestorm in the White House, with its descriptions of current and former aides calling President Donald Trump an “idiot” and a “liar,” disparaging his judgment and claiming they plucked papers off his desk to prevent him from withdrawing from a pair of trade agreements.

Lexington Public Library unveils ‘Tiny Library’ program

Lexington Public Library unveils the 'Tiny Library' program to make reading more accessible to the community.

Mom 2 Mom – Bluegrass Educational Expo

Our Mom 2 Mom Sarah Panell talks about the upcoming Bluegrass Educational Expo.

Kentucky Farm Bureau publishes children’s book on farming

Kentucky Farm Bureau, in partnership with Farm Credit Mid-America, has published a book by Kentucky artist and author, Mitchell Tolle titled The Most Wonderful Dream.

Stripped: More Stories From Exotic Dancers by Dr. Bernadette Barton

If you've ever been curious about world of exotic dancing, then you definitely should pick up a copy of Dr. Bernadette Barton's book titled "Stripped: More Stories From Exotic Dancers" where she takes us inside countless strip clubs and bars to reveal the startling lives of exotic dancers.

“After The Storm” – Ava St. Pierre

Ava St. Pierre, former American beauty queen & author stops by Midday Kentucky to share her powerful story with the world of growing up in a houseful fully affected by mental illness.

Kentucky: Seasons of the Bluegrass – Jeff Rogers

Jeff Rogers of Jeff Rogers Photography, Inc. is in the house talking about his latest book titled "Kentucky: Seasons of the Bluegrass" full of some of Kentucky's most unique and beautiful sites.

“Adolf F. Rupp: His Legacy and Wit” – Don Curtis 10-20

Don Curtis, author of "Adolf F. Rupp: His Wit and Legacy," comes by the studio to talk about the book with Doug High, while Diana Doggett, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent, dishes details on an upcoming event rolling out the book on November 16th.

Pre-orders being taken for book documenting LPD history

The Lexington Police Department says that publisher Acclaim Press is now accepting pre-orders for a book documenting the 184-year history of the force.

Lexington widow hoping missing memorial box is returned

A Lexington woman is desperately trying to find the Little Free Library she set up in her front yard that is now missing.

Printing house for blind hoping to acquire rare Braille book

The American Printing House for the Blind in Clifton is trying to raise $95,000 by Jan. 29 to buy one of only six know copies of Louis Braille's 1829 book introducing the Braille system of reading and writing with raised dots.

34th annual Kentucky Book Fair set Nov. 14 in Frankfort

The 34th annual Kentucky Book Fair is coming up next week in Frankfort, and organizers say more than 200 authors and illustrators are expected for the event.

Publisher: Escort’s book publisher subpoenaed by grand jury

Kentucky grand jury has subpoenaed the publisher of the book by an escort that alleges former Louisville basketball staffer Andre McGee hired her and other dancers to strip and have sex with Cardinals recruits and players.

Free e-book on Governor’s Mansion available

Kentucky teachers, students and parents can now download a free children's book about the Kentucky Governor's Mansion.

Overdue library book sends Lt. Governor candidate to jail

An overdue library book landed Johnathan Masters, a candidate for Lt. Governor, behind bars for a few hours.

Historian to speak on book published by ex-slave

Historian Carver Clark Gayton will speak next week at a Filson Historical Society lecture on the first work by a slave to be acquired by the Library of Congress.

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