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    Dead Poets Society

    Walter Skold of Freeport, Maine, has spent six years traveling to 46 states and visiting the graves of more than 520 American poets. He was in Lexington, Kentucky, on July 28 to visit the grave of Robert Charles O'Hara Benjamin, a black poet, lawyer, minister, newspaper editor and activist who was...


    Jorge Barani and Ballet Under the Stars

    Jorge Barani of the Kentucky Ballet Theatre. Video by Mark Cornelison | Staff


    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.


    Kentucky Horse Park fences painted black

    Kentucky Horse Park painter David Fuller paints the park's traditional white fences black. According to Jamie Link, park executive director, switching to black paint from white for the roughly 30 miles of fencing will save about $50,000 per year. Video by Pablo Alcala | Staff


    Meet the Herald-Leader's 2015 summer interns

    Hear from the summer 2015 intern class of the Lexington Herald-Leader and, including students from the University of Kentucky, Western Kentucky University, Northwestern University and Kent State. Video by Marcus Dorsey.


    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...


    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


    Residents cope with lasting damage from Johnson County flood

    "I don't know if normal will ever be," Paul Stapleton said two weeks after a flood swept through his hometown of Flatgap, Ky., July 14, shattering homes, overturning cars and killing four people. He got help from a few Lexington police officers to cleanup the damage in hopes of rebuilding.


    Rally to keep Confederate symbols

    Dozens of people rallied on the steps of the Kentucky Capitol to keep the Jefferson Davis statue in the rotunda. The rally was held by the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram


    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.

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