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UK diving team powers through tough times

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UK diving team powers through tough times

Last year, during the most crucial part of their season, the UK dive team members relied heavily on each other for support and coaching.

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Students train service dogs for the future

Wildcat Service Dogs is an on-campus organization where college students raise and train service dogs for the Collegiate Canines of America.

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New iPhone apps for gamers

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New iPhone apps for gamers

Last year, I played out my Top 10 free game applications I use on my iPhone. Since it’s a brand new year and my interests have changed drastically, I decided you all should know my new interests.

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Steele’s Reels: ‘Looper’ deserves a spot among sci-fi greats

The year is 2044. The income gap has widened to the point of an economic cataclysm that has rendered currency virtually useless.

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Roller derby comes to Lexington

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Roller derby comes to Lexington

The distinct smell of a roller rink — hot dogs and sweaty roller skates — covered the air Saturday evening at the Lexington Convention Center

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Pardon the Interlude: Dave Matthews Band’s ‘Away From the World’ doesn’t miss a beat

Having released more than 20 albums, losing saxophonist and longtime friend LeRoi Moore in 2008 and balancing tour time with family time, it’s safe to say the boys deserved some much needed “R and R” last summer.

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Steele’s Reels: Hype builds for ‘Skyfall’ and ‘Cloud Atlas’

By Dave Steele dsteele@kykernel.com It’s that time of year again. Fall is approaching, and with it are some of the year’s most anticipated movies. In summers past, high-budget blockbusters have sometimes oversaturated the market with smothering action sequences that usually have trouble finding common ground with the script. Fall movies have usually faired better when […]

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The Headley-Whitney Museum has collaborated with local museums, galleries and theaters to create a program focused on local art, the Art After Hours program.

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Playing a tremendous upbeat set, it is not hard to dance when VHS or Beta plays. An excellent live show with past and previous singles made the small crowd that showed up for the show start moving.

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The two fundamental members, Mark Palgy and Craig Pfunder, are Louisville natives continually growing their music careers in Brooklyn, NY. The fast pass of the city influenced their music toward dance floor tracks and techno beats. Verbos and Renault carefully conserved VHS or Beta’s original sound to create the dub version.

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