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Goshen Primitive Baptist Church

The one room Goshen Primitive Baptist Church was begun in 1979. Approximately a dozen members attend services in a building with no air conditioning or plumbing. Services are simple, and hymns are sung without accompanying musical instruments.

Photos, audio and production by Mark Ashley

Artists in Residence at Sayre


During the past two weeks, Sayre School students in Lexington were introduced to Asian music and dance through the school’s “Visiting Voices” initiative. The performance Friday March 13 in the school gym featured artists-in-residence Cheryl Pan and K.H. Han and classes from many grades.

Second chance for singer wasn’t enough

December 27, 2008 by Brad Luttrell  
Filed under Brad Luttrell

There is no other way to put this: Tasha Harris screwed up again. But this time, she went to jail. And not just jail, but prison. For five years. FULL STORY

Central Kentucky Steel Guitar Classic

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The Central Kentucky Regional Steel Guitar Classic brought world famous steel guitar musicians to the Best Western Lexington, on Saturday,l Nov. 1, 2008. Read more about it.

Fall Arts 2008

For our fall arts preview, we took a look at how artists in Central Kentucky make all or a portion of their living from the arts. As part of that, we profiled five area artists whose work supports them to some extent. The profiles included portraits by Herald-Leader staff photographer Mark Cornelison. In the slide show, you can see the portraits as well as pictures of the artists at work and hear and read their comments about their art and life.

Click here to go to LexGo.com, for more of our 2008-09 arts preview and more information about arts and entertainment in Central Kentucky.

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