Sunday, February 5, 2023
Adrian Wallace

At-large Council candidate Adrian Wallace on his vision for Lexington

Adrian Wallace, a first-time candidate running for an at-large seat on City Council, says that after serving in the Iraq War from 2006 to...

Plantory and Community Partners Raise Funds for DACA Recipients

The Plantory, a local 501c3 non-profit has partnered over the last few weeks with Bluegrass Community and Technical College's Latino Outreach Office (BCTC) and...

Gallery Review: The Lexington Public Library Gallery

Hello Arts and Culture readers! Today, we delve into the Lexington Public Library Art Gallery’s exhibition. The featured artist is Bill Berryman whose work...

Rambler Weekly Playlist & Blog: Langhorne Slim Edition

This week's blog will be a little different than past ones, since I had the pleasure of speaking with and interviewing the inspiring artist,...
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Here’s how to vote if you live in Lexington

Election Day is just around the corner, and it's important that everyone knows what to do. Although this round of voting will not determine...

Rambler Staff Picks: Places in Lexington

New to Lexington? Take a look at the Rambler staff's suggestions for places to visit!   Tristan Reynolds (Editor-in-Chief): The Kentucky Theater is a really excellent place...

Here’s what happened at the “Battle on Broadway”

The University of Kentucky’s Wildcats hosted our Transylvania Pioneers at Rupp Arena on Friday night in the “Battle on Broadway.” The Wildcats prevailed over...

McGrath and Barr in statistical tie in last pre-election poll

Amy McGrath and Andy Barr are in a statistical tie in their race for the Kentucky 6th Congressional District House seat, a new poll...

Why You Need to Visit the Lexington Farmers Market

In this day and age, where our food comes from is just as important as how we prepare it. And nothing says 'healthier choices'...