Lexington restaurants have buffets and specials for Easter but you need to make reservations. Try Athenian Grill, Distilled at Gratz Park, Dudley’s on Short, Carson’s, Azur, Brasabana, CRU, Bayou Bluegrass, J. Render’s, Texas de Brazil and more.
Ford’s sixth and newest album, “Love Hope Faith,” sports cameos by Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum and Tyler Farr. What results, as termed in Ford’s bio material, is “the ultimate country populist record.”
Between-song jokes by Jill Hamlin are part of the show for A Little Bit More. But an award-winning album by Hamlin and musical partner Reed Fields and regular trips to Nashville demonstrate music is serious business to the duo.
Many evangelicals expect Jerusalem to become the center of the world’s attention during the period leading up to Jesus’ return. Some say the Jewish temple will eventually be reconstructed there. Some say a cataclysmic world war will may erupt in the process.
Winchester composer Angela Rice’s “Thy Will Be Done” has become an Easter staple in Lexington. But Friday night, the oratorio will make it’s New York City debut with the National Chorale under the direction of Everett McCorvey, with soloists including Gregory Turay and Anthony Clark Evans.
Save-A-Lot on Southland Drive has a deli that serves fried chicken that is renowned among Lexingtonians and out-of-town tailgaters to the point it is considered the best in Lexington. That’s not all: It makes a banana pudding so soft it’s like a warm nap, macaroni and cheese that treads the line between too-gooey and runny, and a meat loaf that puts the kind Mom used to make (if your Mom was me) to shame.
Georgia medical marijuana advocates are outraged over the apparent stalling of a proposal that would expand the state's medical cannabis oil program to include those who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or chronic pain.
A joint media investigation reveals that the extent of Hurricane Harvey's toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than authorities publicly acknowledged, and questions about the long-term consequences for human health remain unanswered.