Old Southeast Greyhound Line Building Nominated for National Register Inclusion

Book Review: "Many-Storied House"

A House With A Story to Tell: The Willis Green House

Elias Barbee, the father of the Kentucky School for the Deaf

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Rally Unites Artist Against the 'Vampire Road'

Skuller's Clock to Be Reset Tomorrow #TBT

Saw-toothed Roofline Beckons a Bygone Era in Lexington Architectural History

White Hall Dormitory was an Iconic Building at the University of Kentucky #TBT

First Oil Well in Kentucky

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A National Landmark in Jessamine County: Camp Nelson

Iconic Building Once Part of Lexington Institution #TBT

Oliver Perry House at Camp Nelson

Lower Howard's Creek: A Story in Both Beauty and History

Skaggs Trace, a tributary of the Wilderness Trail

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"Off the Road" an Upcoming Event at Lyric Theater to Raise Awareness of Evils of I-75 Connector

Kentucky and American History in #TBT Photo

Lexington's First Synagogue was Ohavey Zion; Moving the Scrolls From Original Site Answers Last Week's #TBT

First African Baptist Church: A Historic Structure, a Historic Faith, and a Determined Future

Happy Labor Day

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