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Tom Eblen

Morris Book Shop to close Jan. 30. ‘We’ve had a great run.’

The Morris Book Shop, which became a Lexington literary institution during its nine-year run, will close for good Jan. 30 after owner Wyn Morris was unable to sell the business despite a lot of interest. Morris says it will be business as usual until Christmas, then a liquidation sale will begin. Manager Jay McCoy and partner hope to open a new local bookstore in Chevy Chase area.

Living

Book identifies many weird, intriguing, but razed, Lexington buildings

Woods Reeves grew up in the Bluegrass. When his parents went to great trouble to move a house to Midway it taught him respect for preserving great architecture. Reeves has co-written, “Lexington’s Lost Architecture: Places and People” that provides the stories behind, and pictures of, great Lexington buildings that have been razed.

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As you prepare to sit down and gobble up turkey on Thursday, take 99 seconds and discover just how colorful the Pilgrims really were, Thomas Jefferson's disdain of the holiday and what those in the International Space Station plan on eating on Thanksgiving.
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