According to GLAAD’s annual report on LGBTQ+ representation in film, we definitely still suck.
Despite month-long, even year-long, speculation, Hillary Clinton finally announced her intentions to run for president in 2016. She was the third major candidate to enter the race, following Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz, and is the first major player for the Democratic Party. If elected, Clinton will have reached a goal she has pursued […]
With the beginning of campaign season underway, this is the time to bring our concerns to the forefront of society’s, and the government’s, attention. The economy, immigration and gun control are the standard topics of debate, but one issue that sadly lacks representation is education. Education reform and funding is neglected primarily because those who […]
Thanks to local music legend Lee Owen, Lexingtonians now have a reason to look forward to Monday. In November 2014, Owen began hosting what he calls ‘Grateful Monday’ at Cosmic Charlie’s on the corner of Euclid Avenue and Woodland Avenue, from 9 pm to midnight. Each week, Owen and a rotating cast of musicians, often […]
What better way to celebrate Earth Day than to proudly show the UK community just how green your thumbs really are? As much as I love sticking it to the man, Earth Day is coming ever nearer and with it, a resurgence in our national and local dialogue about what we are doing to our […]
Most people watch and love sports for the stories. They love them for the upsets. But for me, there’s no disappointment in sports like having to watch an upset. We love an underdog story, right? It’s the little guy triumphing over Goliath. It’s Ralph Macchio defeating William Zabka of the Cobra Kai dojo at the […]