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p5 Summer Lovin’ - Happens so fast Stay in Lexington this summer and you’ll find plenty of things to occupy your time
features P4 OUT AND ABOUT
Taste of the Bluegrass, Mayfest 2017, Southland Street Fair, Transy breaks ground, Kentuky Crafted The Market
a&e p10 EAT JUNE: Lexington Restaurant News p11 SETTING THE BAR Chef Tom shares Father’s Day memories
p12 MUSIC MENU Sit back, enjoy the weather and visit the Lexington music scene
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What sold, where, and for how
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PHOTOS Mayfest 2017
Taste of Lexington
Best Appetizer: Bacon in a Glass, Bluegrass Hospitality Group/OBC
Best Beer: Kentucky Vanilla Barrel Cream Ale
out & about with
Southland Street Fair
Valvoline opens Lexington HQ Best Dessert: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Best Entree: Creole Shrimp and Grits, Carson’s Food and Drink
Best Bourbon: Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon, Southern Wine & Spirits
Best Side: Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese, Dad’s Favorites Cheese Spreads & Deli
Best Wine: Cooper and Thief Bourbon Barrel Red Blend, Southern Wine & SpiritsConstellation Brands
Best Spirit: Rose ‘Rita, Four Roses
Kentucky Crafted The Market
Shake Shack opens
Transylvania officials break ground for a $4.5 million renovation Mary Rezny for the Carpenter Academic Center.
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Who ever said you needed to leave town to have fun? Lexington is stay-cation city this summer.
Say goodbye to the nights of leaving work after dark and having nothing to do until you wake up the next morning to do it all again. Say hello to the nights of never-ending fun once your work day is finished. Use this handy summer guide to discover and re-discover all that Lexington has to offer this summer. The options are pretty endless, so good luck narrowing it down! COMPILED BY REBECCA FEIGIN
SUMMER LIVE MUSIC This summer, live music in in Lexington includes everything from jazz and big band to bluegrass and everything in between, in every corner of the city. Whether you prefer to hit the heart of downtown or sitting on a blanket on some suburban grass enjoying live tunes, Lexington has you covered. There is live music nearly every day of the week during summer. Have kids? Bring them along. Do your dogs need some outdoor time? They can come too! Nearly all of the music is local and most of this live music programming is free.
BIG BAND AND JAZZ AT MOONDANCE AMPHITHEATER June 6 Dick Domek and the Walnut Street Ramblers June 13 Tim Lake and the Blue Jazz Persuaders June 20 Dave Shelton with Angie Ortega, Danny Cecil and Paul Deatherage June 27 Raleigh Dailey with Danny Cecil and Paul Deatherage BIG BAND AND JAZZ AT ECTON PARK July 11 DOJO (DiMartino-Osland Jazz Orchestra) July 18 Lexington Concert Band July 25 Miles Osland Little Big Band August 1 Bill McGinnis and Colonel’s Choice August 8 Rick Cook Quintet August 15 Dan Brock Quintet August 22 Vince DiMartino with Dave Shelton, Hunt Butler, Robert Griffin and Ryan McGillicuddy
August 29 Byron Romanowitz and Jazzberry Jam LAKESIDE LIVE AT LEXINGTON GREEN June 2 Radio 80 June 3 The Quack June 9 Rays Music Exchange June 10 Alt90 June 16 Aly’An June 17 Korey Hunt & Friends June 23 Superfecta June 24 Sean Meadows June 29 Karaoke on the Big Stage June 30 Ben Lacy & Friends July 1 Boogie G July 2 Lexington Singers July 7 Wannabeatles July 8 Big Maracas July 14 The Ark Band
July 15 Paul Childers July 21 The Twiggenburys July 22 The Wooks July 27 Karaoke on the Big Stage July 28 Zack Attack July 29 The Throwbacks August 4 Triage August 5 Brother Smith August 11 The Distraxions August 12 Encore August 18 Vanguard August 19 County Wide August 25 Kudmani August 26 Jordan English August 31 Karaoke on the Big Stage September 1 Ben Lacy & Friends September 2 Space Cowboyz Continues on page 6
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SUMMER GUIDE September 8 Grayson Jenkins Band September 9 Rays Music Exchange September 15 Lauren Mink Band September 16 Tee Dee Young September 22 The Ark Band September 23 Sean Meadows September 28 Karaoke on the Big Stage September 29 Them Hamilton Boys September 30 Boogie G SOUTHLAND JAMBOREE AT MOONDANCE AMPHITHEATRE June 5 Cane Run Bluegrass June 12 Blue Belles June 19 Uptown Blue June 26 Newtown July 3 Blue Eagle Band July 10 Billie Renee and Cumberland Gap July 17 Custom Made Bluegrass July 24 Dean Osborne July 31 Michael Cleveland and Jeff Guernsey August 7 TBD August 14 The Local Honeys August 21 Becky Buller & Ned Luberecki August 28 Laurel River Line September 4 Samantha Jean & Firegate 33 SUMMER NIGHTS IN SUBURBIA AT MOONDANCE AMPHITHEATER June 2 Coralee and the Townies June 9 Debraun Thomas June 16 Johnny Conqueroo June 23 C the Beat June 30 Johnson Brothers July 7 Justin Paul Lewis July 14 Boogie G & the Titanics July 21 Bridge 19 July 28 Bruce Lewis Band August 4 Baja Yetis August 11 Rebel August 18 Other Brothers August 25 1971 - A Happening THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE AT CHEAPSIDE PAVILION June 1 Charlie Shuck June 8 The Big Maracas June 15 The Johnson Brothers June 22 Tim Talbert Project
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June 29 Better Off Dead July 6 Prime Cut Band July 13 The Twiggenburys July 20 Boogie G and the Titantics July 27 64West August 3 Grayson Jenkins August 10 Superfecta August 17 Conch Republic August 24 Kenny Owens and Group Therapy August 31 Yellow Dye #5 September 7 Mercy Men September 14 Five Below Band September 21 Honeychild September 28 Rebel Without A Cause
SUMMER FILM SERIES If you love movies, but could use a break from the long lines at the summer blockbuster multiplexes, Lexington is filled with summer film series. From cult films to Hollywood classics, the options are endless.
CULT FILM SERIES AT AL’S BAR June 6 After Hours July 4 Porky’s August 1 Lawnmower Man September 5 Society FARISH FILMS AT THE CENTRAL LIBRARY (DOWNTOWN) June 1 Kung Fu Panda 3 June 6 The Secret Life of Pets June 8 Inside Out June 13 Kubo and the Two Strings June 20 Charlotte’s Web June 22 Ratatouille June 27 Sing June 29 Wall-E July 6 Big Hero 6 July 11 Moana July 13 The Peanuts Movie July 18 The Good Dinosaur July 20 The BFG July 25 Pete’s Dragon July 27 Monsters University
RUN FOR IT! FREE FRIDAY FLICKS AT JACOBSON PARK June 2 Beauty and the Beast (1991) June 9 Moana June 16 The LEGO Batman Movie June 23 Trolls June 30 Sing FOUNTAIN FILMS ON FRIDAY AT TRIANGLE PARK July 14 Spaceballs July 21 Nightmare Before Christmas July 28 Happy Gilmore August 4 Mean Girls August 11 The Mask August 18 Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy HOLLYWOOD MOVIE CLASSICS AT THE KENTUCKY THEATRE June 7 My Fair Lady June 14 The Manchurian Candidate June 21 Mary Poppins June 28 Vertigo July 5 Jean Cocteau’s Beauty and the Beast July 12 O Brother, Where Art Thou? July 19 Harold And Maude July 20 Princess Mononoke July 26 To Kill A Mockingbird August 2 The Glenn Miller Story August 9 The Lion In Winter August 16 The Night Of The Hunter August 23 Monty Python And The Holy Grail August 30 The Big Lebowski September 13 Serenity With The Kentucky Browncoats BLACK LENS SUMMER FILM SERIES AT THE LYRIC THEATER June 9 Ali June 23 Carmen Jones July 14 Southside With You July 28 Fences
Our beautiful bluegrass offers some of the most scenic routes in the country for runners. This summer’s options include everything from fun strolls to more serious fare for more serious contenders. Many of the runs benefit charity, and some even conclude with ice cream or beer. Just a little added bonus to your work out.
June 2 North Lime Donut Dash 5k, Lexington Christian Academy June 3 Run For The Nun 5k, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church June 3 Great American Fitness Challenge - Lexington, University of Kentucky June 10 West Sixth Funky Fun Prom Run, West Sixth Brewery June 16 Ironcology Survive The Night, Commonwealth Stadium June 17 Crank & Boom Sprint For Scoops 3k, Wellington Park June 17 Wild Hearts Fun Run Superhero 5k, Keeneland June 18 Father’s Day 5k Run For Prostate Cancer, Coldstream Research Park July 4 Bluegrass 10,000 and Fun Run, Downtown Lexington July 8 Lexus of Lexington 5k, Keeneland July 16 BreyerFest 5k & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, Kentucky Horse Park July 22 Run For Recovery 5k, Keeneland August 5 Great Amazing Race Lexington, Shillito Park August 12 A Midsummer Night’s Run, Downtown Lexington September 9 CASA Superhero Run, Kentucky Horse Park September 23 Horsin’ Around XC 5k, Safe Haven Equine Ministries Oct 13-15 Bourbon Chase Relay on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Oct 15 Iron Horse Half Marathon in Midway Oct 21 Race For The Cure at Courthouse Plaza
Yoga At Ashland
FAIRS, FESTS, AND EVENTS
Prepare to feast on funnel cakes and food truck eats all summer long. There are fairs, fests, and events every weekend, and you’ll never be at a loss of what to do this summer.
June 1-4 Great American Brass Band Festival in Danville June 1-4 St Elizabeth Ann Seton Fair June 3 Bluegrass Greensource GreenFest June 8-11 Festival of the Bluegrass at Kentucky Horse Park June 10 Mutt Strutt at Keeneland, benefiting Lexington Humane June 14-18 PlayThink Festival in Berea June 24 Lexington Pride Festival at Courthouse Plaza July 3-4 Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival in Downtown Lexington July 6-16 SummerFest at Woodland Park (this year’s offering is The Wiz) July 13 Bluegrass Fair begins July 14-16 Forecastle at Louisville Waterfront Park
July 15 Concours d’Elegance at Keeneland Aug 3-6 Ballet Under the Stars at Woodland Park Aug 17-27 Kentucky State Fair at Kentucky Exposition Center August 18-19 Picnic With The Pops at Keeneland Aug 19-20 Woodland Art Fair at Woodland Park August 24 Chamber Music Festival at Downtown Arts Center Sept 1-3 Red White & Boom at Whitaker Bank Ballpark Sept 8-10 The Kentucky State BBQ Festival at Wilderness Trail Distillery Sept 9 Doggie Paddle at Woodland Aquatic Center Sept 15-16 Festival Latino de Lexington at Courthouse Plaza
HOME AND GARDEN EVENTS
If you’ve watched a little too much HGTV and now have serious home and garden envy, Lexington has dozens of local opportunities for you to get your HG fix. June 3-4 Open Gates to Bluegrass Living Garden Tour
What’s better than yoga? Yoga outside! Take your pick or pick them all.
June 4 Kenwick Bungalow Tour June 9 Garden Grill Out and Bee Home Build at 311 Nelson Avenue, Lexington June 10 2017 Spring Garden Tour and Plant Sale in Woodford County July 21-23 Home Builders Association Grand Tour of Homes July 28-30 Home Builders Association Grand Tour of Homes August 26-27 BIA Professional Remodelers Tour of Remodeled Homes
June 3 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (1 pm) June 5 Yoga in the Park at Kentucky Horsepark June 7 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (2 pm) June 10 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (1 pm) June 10 Paddle + Yoga at Shaker Village June 14 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (2 pm) June 17 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (1 pm) June 18 Summer Solstice Yoga at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, 11 am June 21 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (2 pm) June 24 Yoga at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary (1 pm) July 30 Soul Cleanse Festival at Farmington Historic Plantation in Louisville YMCA will also be offering Sunrise Yoga Classes in Triangle Park on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. For a complete calendar — including rain dates (if they happen) and updates — go to aceweekly.com.
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June 14: Happy National Bourbon Day!
Bad Wolf Burgers will open up a new restaurant off of South Broadway near UK in early June. The breakfast, brunch, and burger spot already operates a Leestown Road location.
On Thursday, June 15, Lockbox at 21c hosts Fork + Bottle with Wild Turkey’s Jimmy Russell. LexEffect and Bluegrass Greensource host Tacos and Tequila night at the Loudoun House on Friday, June 16 at 7 pm. Tequila will flow, live music and dancing will commence, and at the center of it all? The taco.
Blaze Pizza has added new locations in Hamburg and The Summit at Fritz Farm. Honeywood by Ouita Michel has opened at The Summit at Fritz Farm. MOD Pizza is scheduled to open a new location at Tates Creek Centre in June. Lexington is getting another neighborhood Farmers Market. Opening day of Market Days at Pivot Brewing begin Sunday, June 4 at 11 am. This kick-off event will be a familyfriendly celebration with food, friends, and live music. Market Days will every Sunday through October. The Simple Greek has opened in Tates Creek Centre. Brazilian steakhouse Texas de Brazil will be opening in June at The Summit at Fritz Farm. Shake Shack has opened its first restaurant in Kentucky at The Summit at Fritz Farm. Vinaigrette has opened its new location in Hamburg. Whole Foods is moving from their Lexington Green location to The Summit at Fritz Farm in June.
Yappy Hour at Pivot Brewing on Thursday, June 1 at 4 pm. Bring your four-legged friends to enjoy
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With a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Shake Shack opens for the public in The Summit. complimentary treats from Bluegrass Barkery. A part of proceeds will go to the Lexington Humane Society. Friday June 2 is National Donut Day. Please celebrate responsibly. Girlsgirlsgirls Burritos will celebrate their one-year anniversary at Best Friend Bar on Saturday, June 3. There will be a Saturday brunch running from 1 - 5 pm with live music. The Burl hosts LexBrunch with Grayson Jenkins starting at 10 am on Sunday, June 4. The series features a different band or musician at each installment, along with local food trucks and a cash bar. Fresh Stop is a hyperlocal neighborhood vegetable pop-up market that seeks to bring fresh, local, mostly organic vegetables to freshfood insecure neighborhoods within Lexington. They rely on volunteers and leaders to make the market run, democratic participation, a vision concentrated directly on food justice. June 7 is the Castlewood opening day.
The Bluegrass BBQ Fest will be at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington Friday, June 9 from 5 to 11 pm and on Saturday, June 10 from 11 am to 11 pm. There will be local and regional BBQ, beer, bourbon, and music. The annual Beer Cheese Festival kicks off in downtown Winchester with Cheesy Movie Night on Main Street on June 9 at twilight. The festival begins at 10 am on Saturday, June 10, and includes music, food, crafts, shopping, children’s activities, and of course, lots and lots of beer cheese. The Lyric Theatre hosts Feed the Soul with musician Irene Perez. The Feed the Soul series features buffet style food from Lexington’s Dupree Catering. On Wednesday, June 14, the lunch starts at 11:30 am, with the music starting at noon. Come celebrate National Bourbon Day with Joseph-Beth Booksellers at Distilled Living with Tim Knittel: Cocktail Class on Wednesday, June 14 at 6 pm.
The Beer, Bourbon & Bacon Garden Party is Sunday, June 18 from 1 until 4 p.m. at Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate.. Tickets include beer and bourbon cocktails and an assortment of Bacon-infused foods, live music and more. The annual Passport to Flavor is Friday June 23 at 6 pm at the Distillery Square Event Center. The event includes food booths, world music and dance, and will pair with home cooks from the DRC, Bosnia, Syria/Kurdistan, Bhutan and Cuba with local Lexington chefs and have musical entertainment from Cameroon, Congo and Bhutan. Benefits Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Lexington.
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FOOD by Tom Yates
Setting the Bar
Even at a young age, my father was my hero. Although I vaguely understood all the sacrifices he made as a single military father, I felt his devotion. Back in the day, widowed fathers gave their children over to aunts or others to care for the kids. He didn’t. I’m still not sure why. He was a busy guy. Big time army man. When my mother passed away, he didn’t hesitate to pack us up and move us back overseas. Although we must have been a burden, I never felt like a burden. He did the best he could to make a life for us in foreign lands surrounded by strangers. Don’t get me wrong, I knew something was different. We were different. I was different. Everyone else had mothers and big families. We simply had each other and a few lovable revolving nannies. My father was kind and strong, but not overly sentimental. He was army through and through. He could burn my little soul with one stern look or melt it into puddles when he smiled. Throughout my life, Father’s Day got lost in the ordinary days of summer. I never sent cards, wrapped gifts, or made any kind of deal about the whole thing. Father’s Day was just June something or other. I called him on every Father’s Day and that was enough. As a rambunctious troubleshooting kid/teen/adult, he knew I loved him. I knew he loved me. We really didn’t need the hoopla of a single day to point that out. When he got sick, everything changed. As he struggled to fight cancer, every day was Father’s Day. Every day was precious and full. Me. Him. Us. Although I couldn’t take
with a audition date. I had almost arrived. Blessed be Anne Murray. That’s when things got a bit iffy. I was a kid. The television producers didn’t know I was a kid. Bowling Green was 35 miles away as the back the years of phone calls, every crow flies, farther by car if driving on ounce of love, respect, honor, and com- back roads through the hills of Allen mitment poured out of my own quest County. You see, I needed a chauffeur to connect during the tender days. to make my audition date. I needed a Eventually, our roles slowly reversed, ride and had to face the music. rewound, and played back. Who was My dad spent a lot of time in his the dad? Who was the kid? We met in hot and humid woodshop. With the middle. Simpatico. lathes lathing and buzzsaws blaring, I actually did sing for my father ... he didn’t hear me enter his hallowed once. The summer between sixth grade space. Beaming with confidence, I fesand seventh grade, I fancied myself a sed up, told him my plans, and asked fine chanteuse. him for a ride Although I to my audition. couldn’t sing a Sweaty sawdust “When I finished, it was so quiet lick, I found my dripped from destiny. Armed I could hear chiggers crawling his forehead. with my battery The singed heat through my cotton socks. Dead powered casof ripped wood sette player and burned my eyes. silence. He didn’t flinch. He didn’t a lone cassette It must have tape featuring laugh. He didn’t do anything.” been 110 degrees Anne Murray’s in that little shed. Snowbird, I After turning off wandered the fields of the farm singthe saws and lathes, he cracked open ing along with my muse. As wondera window and told me to sing my ful as she was, I was better. I was the song. Suddenly wracked with nerves, I complete package. The hip smiling fumbled with the clunky buttons of the family bands of the ‘70s couldn’t hold cassette player. a candle to my boyish puckered lips Click. Rewind. Click. Fast Forward. and smoldering eyes. I sang for the Click. Pause. Click. Click. Click. Play. cows, chickens, ponds, trees, blackI cranked the volume as high as berry bushes, rocks, or anything else it could possibly go and belted out, that stood still to hone my craft. After “Beneath the snowy mantle cold and several weeks of intense practice, I clean, the unborn grass lies waiting knew I was ready. Shrouded in secrecy, for its coat to turn to green...”. On I mounted a fierce snail mail letter and on and on. Anne and I sang the writing campaign, promoting my self entire song. When I finished, it was so indulgent talent, to land an audition quiet I could hear chiggers crawling for a variety show produced by a local through my cotton socks. Dead silence. Bowling Green television station. The He didn’t flinch. He didn’t laugh. He world was my oyster. didn’t do anything. He closed the winOne day, I received a letter congratdow and simply said that he couldn’t ulating me on my persistence along take me to my audition. Gentle giant.
No excuses. No explanations. Game over. And with that, I shuffled through the gritty sawdust on my way out of the woodshed and closed the door on my cabaret career. Although somewhat relieved, I hadn’t felt such disappointment since he flat out refused years earlier to buy me a chimpanzee. Ever resilient, I moved on. A few days after my brush with fame, I was catching up on some Shirley Temple re-runs when I heard ridiculous noises spilling from the front yard. I tried not to think much about the raucous because my dad was always wiring fences, splitting firewood, or just sawing things. Although annoying, it was par for the course. After a while, the noises died down and he called me outside. Tucked into a corner of the front yard by a small stone wall and seemingly floating on air, he had fashioned a high bar. A. High. Bar. Towering 8’ from the ground, he managed to jerry-rig, build, and secure a 2”x 5’ metal pole between two large mature maple trees. A horizontal bar of my own. I was dumbstruck. It was magnificent. Somehow, he’d remembered that I always wanted to become an Olympic gold medal award winning gymnast. All I needed was a horizontal bar to hone my craft. My head filled with thoughts of double twist flips, release moves, and nailed landings. I knew big time gymnasts worried about those sorts of things and I wanted/needed to embrace that worry. The world was my oyster ... again. That’s what fathers do. They help build dreams. Oh sure, I never became an acclaimed cabaret singer or an Olympic gymnast. In the long run, it really wasn’t about reaching those lofty goals. it was about the journeys. And the dreams.
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Live Music - June 2017 THURSDAY JUNE 1 Sarah Shook & The Disarmers | The Other Brothers, 8 p.m., The Burl Lauryn Hill Tribute, 9 p.m,. Cosmic Charlie’s Charlie Shuck, 5:30 p.m., TNL at Cheapside Pavilion Aly’An, 10 p.m., Two Keys
FRIDAY JUNE 2 Corey Harper, 9 p.m., The Burl B Square, 7 p.m., The Cellar Radio 80, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Coralee and the Townies, Summer Suburbia Series, 7 p.m., Moondance Amphitheatre Aly’An, 10 p.m., Stagger Inn Lindsay Beth Harper, 6 p.m., Talon Winery The Twiggenburys, 9:30 p.m., Willie’s SATURDAY JUNE 3 Johnny Conqueroo, 7 p.m. , Best Friend Bar Sean Whiting | Foxtrot & The Get Down | The Wrong Party, 9 p.m. , The Burl The Quack, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Tommy Emmanuel, 7:30 p.m., Lexington Opera House Graveyard Romeos, 8 p.m., Malabu Pub Frontier, 2 p.m., Red Mile Josh Preston, 4 p.m., Talon Winery Jay Taylor, 10 p.m., Tin Roof Gina Sicilia | David Vaughan Lindsey, 9:30 p.m., Willie’s SUNDAY JUNE 4 Greg Finger Band | Ann Frances Backer, 7 p.m. Willie’s MONDAY JUNE 5 Electric Six and Northern Faces, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Cane Run Bluegrass, 7 p.m., Southland Jamboree at Moondance The Easy Leaves, 8:30 p.m. Willie’s TUESDAY JUNE 6 Dick Domek and the Walnut Street Rambers, 7 p.m. Big Band/Jazz at Moondance Amphitheatre
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 Joshua Black Wilkins, 7 p.m., The Burl KEYCHAIN, 9 p.m., The Burl
THURSDAY JUNE 8 Will Solomon, 9 p.m., The Burl Joseph | Isle of Eight, 9 p.m. Cosmic Charlie’s Jazz! Live at the Library, 7 p.m., Farish Theatre Birdcloud, 9 p.m., Green Lantern The Big Maracas, 5:30 p.m. TNL at Cheapside Pavilion Greg Finger Band, 10 p.m. Two Keys FRIDAY JUNE 9 Tiger Sex | Tronald Dump | Brad Fowble Music, 10 p.m. The Burl Silvergun Superman STP tribute, 9 p.m. , Green Lantern Rays Music Exchange, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Vine and Stone cover Pink Floyd, 9 p.m. , Minglewood Debraun Thomas Summer in Suburbia series, 7 p.m., Moondance SATURDAY JUNE 10 Bryan Minks and the Kentucky Sons | Short & Co | The Jenkins Twins | Casey Powell, 9 p.m. The Burl Oh My Me | Beat | Awfuls | Chlorine, 9 p.m. Green Lantern Alt90, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green SUNDAY JUNE 11 Erika Wennerstrom (of Heartless Bastards), 8 p.m., The Burl Soul Jam, 6:30 p.m. Tunes in the Vines at Equus Run Vineyards MONDAY JUNE 12 Blue Belles, 7 p.m. Southland Jamboree at Moondance TUESDAY JUNE 13 Tim Lake and the Blue Jazz Persuaders, 7 p.m., Big Band Jazz at Moondance WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 Lemon Sky | Damage Therapy |
Sempervivi, 8 p.m. Al’s Bar Radio Birds, 7 p.m., The Burl Mr. Big, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Susto | Skyway Man, 9 p.m., Willie’s
THURSDAY JUNE 15 Lylak | Pete RG | Fred Table and the Chairs, 9 p.m., Best Friend Bar The Johnson Brothers, 5:30 p.m., TNL at Cheapside Pavilion FRIDAY JUNE 16 Luna and the Mountain Jets | Eric Bolander, 9 p.m., The Burl Aly’An, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Johnny Conqueroo, 7 p.m., Moondance Amphitheatre Jay Taylor, 10 p.m., Tin Roof Ray Wylie Hubbard, 9:30 p.m., Willie’s SATURDAY JUNE 17 The Company Stores | Wicked Peace | Trucker Hat Coalition, 8 p.m., Al’s Bar Garrett Owen, 7 p.m., The Burl Mojothunder, 9 p.m., The Green Lantern Korey Hunt & Friends, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Paleface, 9:30 p.m., Willie’s SUNDAY JUNE 18 JP Harris | Ruby Force, 7 p.m., The Burl TDH4, 6:35 p.m., Tunes in the Vines at Equus Run MONDAY JUNE 19 Uptown Blue, 7 p.m., Southland Jamboree . TUESDAY JUNE 20 Dave Shelton | Angie Ortega | Danny Cecil | Paul Deatherage, 7 p.m. Big Band/Jazz at Moondance THURSDAY JUNE 22 Americana-Na | When Particles Collide | Everything’s Eventual, 9 p.m., Al’s Bar The Ditchrunners, 8 p.m., Best Friend Bar Cereus Bright, 8 p.m., The Burl Greg Finger Band, 10 p.m., Stagger Inn Tim Talbert Project, 5:30 p.m., TNL at
Cheapside Pavilion FRIDAY JUNE 23 Moonshine District | The Opossum Trot Blue Band, 8 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Superfecta, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green C the Beat, 7 p.m., Summer in Suburbia. SATURDAY JUNE 24 Radiolaire, 9 p.m., The Burl Sean Meadows, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Greg Finger Band, 10 p.m., Stagger Inn SUNDAY JUNE 25 Jazz Collective, 3 p.m., Jazz on the Porch at Talon Winery MONDAY JUNE 26 Newtown, 7 p.m., Southland Jamboree at Moondance TUESDAY JUNE 27 Jamie Wyatt, 8 p.m., The Burl White Collar Sideshow, 8 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Raleigh Dailey | Danny Cecil | Paul Deatherage, 7 p.m., Big Band/Jazz, Moondance WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 Thomas Wynn and The Believers, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall THURSDAY JUNE 29 Alyssa Graham, 7 p.m., The Burl Oddisee & Good Company | Olivier St Louis | Jon Laine, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Micah Schnabel, 7 p.m., The Green Lantern 387 South, 8 p.m., Parlay Social Better Off Dead, 5:30 p.m,. TNL at Cheapside Pavilion FRIDAY JUNE 30 Los Colognes | Dawg Yawp, 8:30 p.m., The Burl Sinners & Saints Band, 8 p.m., Horseshoes Ben Lacy & Friends, 7 p.m., Lakeside Live at Lexington Green Thunderstruck (AC/DC Tribute), 7 p.m. Manchester Music Hall
Free Will Astrology
By Rob Brezsny
ARIES: Life is in the mood to communicate with you rather lyrically. Here are just a few of the signs and portents you may encounter, along with theories about their meaning. If you overhear a lullaby, it’s time to seek the influence of a tender, nurturing source. If you see a type of fruit or flower you don’t recognize, it means you have a buried potential you don’t know much about, and you’re ready to explore it further. Traditionally it signifies caution, but these days it suggests you should be bold. TAURUS: Your body is holy and magic and precious. I advise you not to sell it or rent it or compromise it in any way — especially now, when you have an opening to upgrade your relationship with it. Yes, Taurus, it’s time to attend to your sweet flesh and blood with consummate care. Treat it as you would a beloved child or animal. I also hope you will have intimate conversations with the cells that compose your body. Tell them you’re ready to collaborate on a higher level. GEMINI: “The most intense moments the universe has ever known are the next 15 seconds,” said philosopher Terence McKenna. This is always true, of course. But I suspect the phenomenon will be especially pronounced for you in the near future. More than usual, you may find that every day is packed with interesting feelings and poignant fun and epic realizations. This could be pleasurable, but also overwhelming. Luckily, you have the personal power necessary to make good use of the intensity. CANCER: Nobody likes to be scrutinized or critiqued or judged. But we Crabs (yes, I’m one of you) are probably touchier about that treatment than any other sign of the zodiac. Sometimes we even give free rein to its barbs. But I would like to propose a transformation of this situation. Maybe we could scold ourselves less, and be a bit more open to constructive feedback coming from other people. Starting now. LEO: The lion’s potency, boldness, and majesty are qualities you have a mandate to cultivate in the next three weeks. You might also want to try the yoga posture known as the lion pose. If you’re unfamiliar with it, go here for tips: tinyurl.com/lionpose. What else might help you invoke and express the unfettered leonine spirit? VIRGO: “What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe?” French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan posed that question. I invite you to put it at the top of your list of hot topics to meditate on. I hope it will mobilize you to supercharge your intimate alliances; to deepen your awareness of the synergistic beauty you could create together; to heighten your ability to be given the universe by those whose fates are interwoven with yours.
LIBRA: From my study of the lost prophecies of Nostradamus, the hidden chambers beneath the Great Pyramid of Cheops, and the current astrological omens, I have determined that now is a favorable time for you to sing liberation songs with cheeky authority. Do you dare to slip away from business-as-usual so you can play in the enchanted land of what-if? If you’re smart, you will escape the grind and grime of the daily rhythm so you can expand your mind to the next largest size. SCORPIO: “On some hill of despair,” wrote poet Galway Kinnell, “the bonfire you kindle can light the great sky — though it’s true, of course, to make it burn you have to throw yourself in.” You may not exactly feel despair, Scorpio. But I suspect you are in the throes of an acute questioning that makes you feel close to the edge of forever. Your ache for primal fun and your longing to accelerate your soul’s education are converging with your quest to summon a deeper, wilder brilliance. SAGITTARIUS: You’re in a phase when you have the power to find answers to questions that have stumped you for a while. Why? Because you’re more openminded and curious than usual. What blessing will you receive as soon as you give a clear signal that you are ready for it? CAPRICORN: A typical Capricorn cultivates fervent passions, even to the point of obsession. Almost no one knows their magnitude, though, because the members of your tribe often pursue their fulfillment with methodical, business-like focus. But I wonder if maybe it’s a good time to reveal more of the raw force of this driving energy than you usually do. It might humanize you in the eyes of potential helpers who see you as too strong to need help. And it could motivate your allies to provide the extra support and understanding you’ll need in the coming weeks. AQUARIUS: In accordance with the astrological omens, I invite you to carry out a flashy flirtation with the color red. I dare you to wear red clothes and red jewelry. Buy yourself red roses. Sip red wine and savor strawberries under red lights. Sing Elvis Costello’s “The Angels Want to Wear My Red Shoes” and Prince’s “Little Red Corvette.” PISCES: “If you want a puppy, start by asking for a pony,” read the bumper sticker on the Lexus SUV I saw. That confused me. Would the owner of a Lexus SUV be the type of person who didn’t expect to get what she really wanted? In any case, Pisces, I’m conveying a version of this bumper-sticker wisdom to you. If you want your domestic scene to thrive even more than it already does, ask for a feng shui master to redesign your environment so it has a perfect flow of energy. If you want a community that activates the best in you, ask for a utopian village full of emotionally intelligent activists. If you want to be animated by a focused goal that motivates you to wake up excited each morning, ask for a glorious assignment that will help save the world.
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Home and Garden
Saturday, June 3
GreenFest, hosted by Bluegrass Greensource, will be held Saturday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bluegrass Greensource, 835 National Avenue. GreenFest is a one-day sustainable living festival featuring green living workshops and resources, eco-inspired activities for kids, community booths and vendors, and local food. For more infor, go to www.BgGreenfest.org. The Lexington Council Garden Club’s Garden Tour will be held Saturday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, June 4 from 1 until 5 p.m. at various locations across the city. This two-day, biennial garden tour organized by the Lexington Council Garden Club features eight carefully curated gardens including a Japanese garden, a cottage garden filled with roses and native plants, a garden with chicken coops and gardens designed by both Lexington Council homeowners and profession- Garden Club Garden Tour als. Proceeds fund beautification projects throughout the city. 8 a.m. Various locations. Full list available at http://www.lexgardenclubs.org.
Sunday, June 4
The 2017 Kenwick Bungalow Tour will be held Sunday, June 4 at 1 p.m., starting at the Victory Christian Church. The Kenwick Neighborhood Association presents the 2017 Kenwick Bungalow Tour. The tour is a perfect illustration of this neardowntown neighborhood that blends traditional and modernized homes and gardens, and the diverse blend of Lexingtonians who call it home.
Thursday, June 8
Elephant Ears will be the focus of a workshop Thursday, June 8 at the Fayette County Extension Service, starting at 6:30 p.m. Preregister by calling the Fayette County Extension Office at 859.257.5582.
Friday, June 9
The Fayette County Extension Service will present the workshop “Living Green Lunch and Learn” Friday, June 9, starting at noon. Bring a lunch but drinks provided. Call 859.257.5582 to register.
Saturday, June 10
The Woodford County Woman’s Club 2017 Spring Garden Tour and Plant Sale will be held Saturday, June 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 247 Lexington Rd in Versailles. This spring’s tour will feature seven gardens in Versailles, Midway and surrounding
areas. All proceeds will benefit Coats and Shoes for Kids Project in Woodford Co. and The Historic Little House. For more information, go to www.woodfordcountywomansclub.org.
Thursday, June 15
“Perennials for Shade Gardens” workshop will be held Thursday, June 15 at the Fayette County Extension Service. There are many great perennials for shady gardens and this workshop will cover some of the more reliable ones. Take home small plants to create a shady retreat. Preregister by calling the Fayette County Extension Office at 859.257.5582.
Tuesday, June 20
The Fayette County Extension Service will host “Vegetable Gardening for Beginners Part II, Maintaining” on Tuesday, June 20 at 6:30 p.m. For more information or to register, call the Fayette County Extension Office at 859.257.5582.
Thursday, June 29
There are many varieties of mushrooms that can be grown at home and oyster mushrooms will be the focus of a workshop Thursday, June 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fayette County Extension Service. Participants will receive live spawn to take home and begin their own cultures. Register by calling the Fayette County Extension Office at 859.257.5582.
REAL ESTATE: Properties recently sold in Fayette Co. May 01 Apr 28 Apr 28 Apr 28 Apr 28 May 01 May 01 May 01 May 01 May 01 May 03 Apr 27 May 01 Apr 21 May 04 May 01 Apr 28 Apr 27 May 03 May 03 Apr 26 May 05 May 04 Apr 26
40502 1177 INDIAN MOUND RD 320 RIDGEWAY RD 1415 LAKEWOOD DR 2404 THE WOODS LN 1004 TURKEY FOOT RD 3337 BRAEMER DR 164 IDLE HOUR DR 328 MCDOWELL RD 2925 EASTBROOK CT 3272 NANTUCKET DR 3104 MONTAVESTA RD 221 PRESTON AVE 819 CRAMER AVE 426 OLDHAM AVE 190 RICHMOND AVE 381 OLDHAM AVE 101 S HANOVER AVE UNIT 40503 3280 CLAYS MILL RD 3176 ROXBURG DR 3313 DRAYTON PL 514 WOODBINE DR 278 HILL N DALE RD 3514 RAMSGATE CT 2045 DELLWOOD DR
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REAL ESTATE: Properties recently sold in Fayette Co. May 01 Apr 21 Apr 27 May 01 May 05 May 01 May 05 Apr 04 Apr 26 Apr 26 May 01 May 02 May 01 May 05 May 01 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr 24 Apr 21 Apr 11 Apr 28 Apr 24 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr 21 Apr 28 Apr 24 Apr 26 Apr 18 May 01 Apr 28 Apr 19 Apr 27 Apr 28 May 01 Apr 28 May 02 May 02 Apr 21 Apr 24 Apr 28 Apr 17 Apr 28 Apr 28 Apr 21 May 05 Apr 28 Apr 28 May 05 Apr 27 Apr 17 May 02 Apr 27 Apr 28 May 03 May 01
521 MARYLAND AVE 585 S UPPER ST UNIT 118 424 RACE ST 557 MARYLAND AVE 413 DOUGLAS AVE 565 N MARTIN L. KING 567 N MARTIN L. KING 748 FLORIDA ST 212 E SEVENTH ST 214 E SEVENTH ST 566 MARYLAND AVE 439 CAMPBELL ST 40509 3021 BOBWHITE TRL 1320 BIG POND CIR 3401 BRIERCROFT WAY 2565 CARDUCCI ST 1108 CHETFORD DR 690 MINT HILL LN 625 HUNTERS GREEN CT 3764 PARK RIDGE LN 3764 PARK RIDGE LN 4180 SPERLING DR 1117 HADDRELL PT 3124 OAKHURST LN 699 GINGERMILL LN 4663 LARKHILL LN 2658 FLYING EBONY DR 2457 OGDEN WAY 2343 PATCHEN WILKES DR 1053 MARCO LN 1769 BATTERY ST 4369 RIVARD LN 4332 RIVARD LN 3421 SCOTTISH TRCE 904 ANDOVER GREEN 3001 FALLING LEAVES LN 315 HANNAH TODD PL 4605 HONEYCOMB TRL 940 DEER CROSSING WAY 4541 WILLMAN WAY 1645 CORNELIUS TRCE 2109 SHAKER RUN RD 1033 MARCO LN 2205 CLIFFMORE CT 312 JANE BRIGGS AVE 309 HANNAH TODD PL 3977 BARNARD DR 2268 ICE HOUSE WAY 3120 SCOTTISH TRCE 3173 SCOTTISH TRCE 3020 DREXEL PASS 168 HAYS BLVD 659 GOLF TOWN CIR 1004 AUTUMN RIDGE DR 880 SUGARBUSH TRL 2840 MAHALA LN
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