Rejoice, sestras and sestra-brothers: the best science fiction show on TV restarted over the weekend.
I was once a big fan of recently-declared presidential candidate Rand Paul. The first-term U.S. Senator had the youth, the energy and the right ideas to give the Republican Party the resurgence they’ve been seeking for years. His ideas of ending voter disenfranchisement, supporting reforms in the prison system and taking a critical approach to […]
Since their formation in 2005, The Werks quickly experienced a meteoric rise to the peak of the funk rock music scene. The band played most of their early shows at house parties in and around their hometown of Dayton, OH, according to guitarist Chris Houser. Now they have their own festival, The Werk Out Music […]
The burger – an American meal and part of our culture can be found and made on, what seems, any street corner in Lexington. However, the cozy and well-designed eatery Bru Burger Bar is redoing the burger right, while pairing it with anything the customer can imagine. From the Kentucky bourbon burger to their homemade […]
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 […]