A large crowd piled into a brand new theater on the night of Oct. 4, 1922, eagerly awaiting “The Eternal Flame,” a black and white silent film from director Frank Lloyd. The walls were lined with hand-painted murals, the floors marble and the carpet plush. And with an audience rendition of “My Old Kentucky Home,” the Kentucky Theater was christened.
The Martin Luther King Center has been promoting cultural awareness and cross-cultural understanding since 1987. The center is a place where all students, professors, and university staff are welcome to interact and embrace the diverse backgrounds they come from.
Whether you’re venturing out after church or recovering from a Saturday of tailgating, brunch is a Brunch is a weekend specialty. No matter what you want for brunch, from tacos to classics, Lexington has you covered.
Fashion’s biggest night out is near. No, not New York Fashion Week, and not the Oscar Party. The most glamorous, sensational, creative and panache night of the year is approaching. Yes, that night — Met Gala 2016.
Grammy-award winning musicians Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell wrapped up their tour in support of their new album, “The Traveling Kind,” Sunday at the Lexington Opera House.