This Just Happened, a weekly roundup (Easter Edition)

Easter Decorations on Old Georgetown St. - Lexington, Ky.
Oops. We missed a week. Here goes:

First, it is Easter Sunday. He is Risen! And you know the decorated house on Old Georgetown Street knows how to celebrate any holiday! [flickr]

Efforts are underway to save a 300 year old Bur Oak in Lexington [H-L]

Need a drink on election day? You'll now be able to get one in Kentucky, leaving only South Carolina in the 'dry ages.' [WKYT]

And there'll be another new place to grab a drink, or chicken n' waffles downtown; local restaurant Saul Good is opening a location in Victorian Square. [BizLex]

The Thursday Night Live Schedule has been released. Fun times and good music will soon fill the air at the Fifth Third Pavilion at Cheapside Park. [Copious Notes]

Even though not much makes it through the General Assembly in Frankfort, the hemp bill passed. Now we just need Washington to allow it. [KY Forward]

Significant changes are coming to the way we register our vehicles in Kentucky. The plates will stay with the person, not the car. [Ashland Independent]

A new elementary school in Jessamine County gets a historic name: Red Oak. Read the article: it's local politics at its 'finest'. [Jessamine Journal]

Great write up on the Riordan Glass Company of Cincinnati - the oldest stained glassworks in America. Works include the stained glass of Lexington's St. Paul's Catholic Church []

But the Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville is trying to demolish some of their buildings. [Louisville Courant]