Corey Smith Coming to Perform

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Corey Smith is coming to Lexington on Friday, September 26th.  The Georgia native country singer is going to perform at Busters located on Manchester Street.  The doors open at 8 p.m.   Ticket… Continue reading

Greek cheer competition set to bring it again

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The fastest growing philanthropic event at the University of Kentucky is back for another year. The third annual Bring It On Cheer Competition will be held at the Singletary Center for the Arts… Continue reading

Houndmouth Comes to Lexington

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Houndmouth, an alternative country band, will be performing at the Kentucky Theatre tonight at eight o’clock to end Kentucky Week with a bang. The band hails from New Albany, Indiana, which is just across the Ohio… Continue reading

Kentucky Volleyball vs. Tennessee

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UK’s volleyball team will take on the Tennessee Volunteers Wednesday October 29th. The game is at 8 pm. in Memorial Coliseum. Purchase your tickets and come support your Volleyball Wildcats!

Kentucky To Take on Vanderbilt

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The University of Kentucky Football team will be kicking off against Vanderbilt University on the 26th of September at 12:00PM. Kentucky, who is coming off of a tough loss to Florida, will be… Continue reading

Whitaker Bank Ballpark Is the Site for the Greater Lexington Walk To Cure Diabetes

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The Kentucky Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is hosting five events across the state to raise money this year. The Greater Lexington Walk To Cure Diabetes will be located at… Continue reading

Poetry Has Allowed Me to Live

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South African writer and poet Diana Ferrus will be speaking at the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library on September 22. Ferrus will be discussing the cultural resistance that is happening in South Africa.… Continue reading

Rock The Clock at the Spot

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Do you need a break from homework? Are you a college student living on a budget? It’s time to take your rocking climbing skills and put them to the test in the real… Continue reading

University of Kentucky Confucius Institute welcomes two China scholars

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Chinese involvement in Africa and female drug dealers in Chinese prisons–that’s what this year’s Distinguished Scholar Speaker Series by the University of Kentucky Confucius Institute will be addressing. This year’s event will feature… Continue reading

University of Kentucky volleyball: Lipscomb the next home test for Cats

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The University of Kentucky volleyball team will look to extend its win streak on Thursday, Sept. 18 against Lipscomb. The Cats are on a two-game win streak after beating VCU and Georgia Southern the Carolina… Continue reading