Record producer Jonathan Wilson recorded his new album Gentle Spirit during little slivers of time when the artists he was working with — among them songwriter Jackson Browne and the rock band Dawes — were on break. The project took him four years to finish, and it's the musical equivalent of a landscape painting.
Bowing to customers' anger and confusion over its move to divide its streaming and DVD video offerings, Netflix is reversing itself, snuffing the plan to offer DVDs by mail via a new service called "Qwikster." News of the backpedaling move was published on the company's blog early Monday.
By design, a lot of nothing was going on Sunday afternoon during Lexington's Sedentary Parade, which poked fun at the city being named America's least active by Men's Health magazine. Mayor Jim Gray led the "parade" sitting on a couch atop an electric cart, complete with a table for putting your feet up.
People who want to participate in the upcoming Kentucky election this November have until the end of business Tuesday to register to vote. According to Kentucky Revised Statute 116.045(2), the final day to register for the Nov. 8 election is Tuesday, pushed ahead by one day because of the federal holiday Columbus Day.
A Wilmore woman facing multiple charges of third-degree rape is in jail after police searched for her for several weeks. Ashley B. Bender, 30, of 705 Corbitt Drive in Wilmore was arrested by Jessamine County sheriff's deputy Carl Nickell and booked into the Jessamine County Detention Center just before 6 a.m. Friday, according to jail records.
A new taste of the night life has come to the East Kentucky Expo Center, but at least one local business owner has been left with a bitter taste in her mouth. The Expo Center’s new dance club, “Club Extreme,” opened Thursday and offered drinking and dancing to a 21-and-over crowd. Pikeville City Manager Donovan Blackburn announced the establishment of the club during a recent city commission work session at the University of Pikeville.
An 87-year-old Whitley County man died at his home Sunday morning after he was accidentally shot while cleaning his gun, police said. Harold Pennington had been cleaning a .357 revolver when it accidentally discharged, according to Kentucky State Police at London.
Christopher Columbus first encountered the cacao bean on his final voyage to the New World some 500 years ago. It took a while for Europeans to embrace the taste — one 16th-century Spanish missionary called the chocolate that indigenous people drank "loathsome."
But by the 17th century, chocolate met sugar, and it became a hit the world over — it's now a $93 billion a year global industry, according to market research firm Mintel.