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  • LIVING VIDEOS

    Arboretum bike path dedication

    Molly Davis, Director of The Arboretum describes a new shared use path through the Arboretum Woods in Lexington. Video by Pablo Alcala | Staff

  • FOOD MEDIA

    LexGo Eat visits The Sage Rabbit

    LexGo Eat visits the newly-opened Sage Rabbit restaurant located on South Ashland avenue near the Chevy Chase area and talk with owner and chef John Foster about what's on the menu. Video by Marcus Dorsey.

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    Braxton Burke, world's fastest drummer

    Braxton Duran Burke holds the title of World's Fastest Drummer, hands division, which he won in Nashville earlier in July. Burke, 21, is a student at Alice Lloyd College. In the speed drumming competition that draws musicians from around the globe, Braxton Burke won with 953 strokes in one minute...

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    Beatles Eucharist at St. John's Episcopal Church, Versailles

    Some of the Beatles' most popular songs were the centerpiece for a special Beatles Eucharist at St. John's on Sunday. Instead of hymns, the special service that raised money for the Woodford Food Pantry used Beatles' songs. Video by Jonathan Palmer

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    Opera Under the Stars

    Mayor Jim a Gray and the Lexington Parks and Recreation gathered together to announce details of a new event called, "Opera under the Stars." Herald-Leader staff video by Andrea Noall.

  • LIVING VIDEOS

    Preparing for opening night of '42nd Street'

    The Lexington Theatre Company rehearsed '42nd Street' for two weeks before its opening night at the Lexington Opera House on Thursday, July 23, 2015. The show is directed by Lyndy Franklin Smith and her husband, Jeromy Smith, and it features Tony Award-winning actress Karen Ziemba. '42nd Street' ...

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    Fitness professional Jana Hare

    Lexington's Jana Hare is on the cover of July's Womens Health Magazine as one of the top 5 fitness stars of the future. Video by Mark Cornelison | Staff

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    Zach Pickard, Lexington boy with progeria, is now 8

    Zach will be in third grade. Progeria is one of the rarest diseases on earth.

  • LIVING VIDEOS

    Chad and Robin Pennington donate wagons

    Chad and Robin Pennington's 1st and 10 Foundation, along with The Lexington School, have donated gifts and two Brady Buggy Wagons to the Kentucky Children's Hospital. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram

  • FOOD MEDIA

    A quick tour of the new Kroger in Versailles

    A shopping cart view through just about every aisle of the new Kroger in Versailles, Kentucky as employees get it ready for opening day. The 20 minutes of footage was compressed into two and half minutes. The 133,000 is the largest Kroger in the state. Music: Winner Winner by Winner Winner by Kevin...

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