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Singer James Hetfield says he’s dropping out of two Metallica gigs because he needs to prioritize his mental health.
The state supreme court has dismissed a discrimination claim against Lexington t-shirt printing company, Hands On Originals.
Lexington's biggest Halloween party took place downtown and the thriller parade was a crowd pleaser for the thousands of people who came out to celebrate.
Sunday the first annual Kentucky Proud Festival took over the Bluegrass Stockyards.
Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival, Presented by Ball Homes and Central Bank, is one of Lexington’s largest events, attracting over 80,000 people to downtown Lexington over a two-day span.
Mt. Sterling's Court Days festival celebrates it's 224th year. The town will be taken over for 4 days with live music and over 1,000 vendors.
You still have a chance to go Sunday, August 12th!
Mayor Jim Gray and many other people are not happy with the Lexington firework show.
Lexington's Pride Festival is Saturday and to celebrate Pride Month one nearby catholic church has put out a sign saying all, including those in the LGBTQ community are welcome and encouraged to join its parish.
Listen Up! is a new festival to support survivors of interpersonal violence (including dating violence, domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking).
Find out what streets will be closed Saturday in downtown Lexington for St. Patrick's Day festivities.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has agreed to hear a Lexington case regarding a company's refusal to print T-shirts for a gay-pride festival due to religious beliefs.
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The Lexington Fest of Ales is Friday, September 1st at Cheapside Pavilion.
This festival on August 26th features 14 acts on two rotating stages. Doors open at 11:00 AM, music starts at 12:00 PM.
Join Kentucky Heartwood for a one-of-a-kind festival featuring a youth music contest, art exhibitors, children’s activities, a chalk drawing competition, hands-on workshops, a folk dance, and entertainment by original bands.
Visiting the festival you will find strolling musicians and vocal groups. Dulcimers, fiddles and guitars. Folk, jazz and toe tapping mountain music - all guaranteed to make you get out your dancing shoes.
The festival is July 7, 8, & 9, 2017 held at Historic Indian Fort Theater in Berea, Kentucky
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Hundreds of people braved today's wet weather to celebrate the Fourth of July in downtown Lexington.