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  • Kentucky Commonwealth of
    The Kentucky Ballet Theatre was founded in 1998 to give Lexington audiences their own local company of ballet dancers. The performances that have followed have included classics such as Prokofiev's Cinderella and new works such as Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera. The dancers host their shows at the Lexington Opera House, a historical landmark which was built in 1887, was converted into a movie theater in the 1920s, and did a brief stint as a Rockette before returning to its classical roots in 1976.
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    120 North Limestone
    Lexington, KY US
  • Lexington Circuit Court Bailiff
    Through informative lectures and thought-provoking exhibits, Lexington History Museum assists all age groups in interpreting and internalizing the city's storied past. A family membership grants you and your kin unlimited access to the exhibits, including Play Date With History, an interactive display inviting children and overanxious history majors to dally around with toys, such as tree branches and miniature tea sets, that Abraham Lincoln's children might have played with in the 1800s. Track the history of key plunking with the Antique Typewriters exhibit, which offers a glimpse into the word processor's lifespan, from its heyday in 1872 to the Great Typewriter Rebellion of 2002. Members also receive The Bluegrass History, a quarterly publication, unlimited free ketchup packets from the place down the street, The Vidette newsletter, and a 10% discount on any additional merchandise.
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    215 W Main St
    Lexington, KY US
  • Lexarts
    LexArts' parade of painted fiberglass horses—aptly named Horse Mania 2010—is just one example of its tireless effort to raise money to the support the music, visual arts, and creative culture of Kentucky. Eighty-two horses and 56 foals sporting the paint-strokes of local artists, area schoolchildren, and independently minded brushes attracted the eyes of thousands of visitors and raised more than $500,000 for the Public Art Fund, art education programs, and more than 80 local charities.
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    161 N Mill St
    Lexington, KY US
  • Table 310
    Find delicious sandwiches at other American favorites at Table 310. Mindful eaters are advised to count calories a different day, as Table 310 is without low-fat fare. Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — Table 310 offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond. Making it through another workweek call for a drink at Table 310. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Table 310. You may want to reserve your table for a weeknight visit since the crowds can be more intense during that part of the week. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. At Table 310, drivers can score parking on the street or in a garage, as well as through a valet service. Meals at Table 310 are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person.
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    310 W Short St
    Lexington, KY US
  • Erica Lee Photography
    Erica Lee feels photography is one of the best means of time travel. She loves capturing instances and emotions and preserving them for future generations. To craft the most striking images, she relies on her eight years of photography experience as well as her background in painting and interior design. That combination results in photo shoots that focus on light, color, and texture for dramatic results. She brings that holistic approach to each shoot, including sessions for families, moms-to-be, and high school seniors. Classy boudoir and fashion shoots are available, as well.
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    115 N Mill St, Ste 201
    Lexington, KY US
  • Bigg Blue Martini
    Bigg Blue Martini pleases palates with more than 20 specialty martinis, beers from Lexington Brewing Company, and a menu of regional and seasonal favorites served daily until midnight. The extensive list of liquid libations boasts original martinis such as the Old Bigg Blue, made with Kentucky’s Pure Blue vodka, blue island pucker, blue curaçao, and orange juice ($9); and the Bourbon Ball, a sweet blend of Marker’s 46, Godiva dark chocolate, and Frangelico ($9). Start ingestion sessions with Chef Winslow’s four-cheese pimento dip, a creamy blend of smoked gouda, white and sharp cheddar, and parmesan cheeses ($7), before moving onto a state specialty, the Kentucky Hot Brown, a sandwich piled high with turkey, ham, bacon, and tomatoes and blanketed with a creamy cheese sauce ($14). The masterful culinarians rely on fresh, local ingredients to bolster meals, steaming the Bigg Blue mussels in Kentucky Pale Ale ($8), slathering Kentucky-bourbon barbecue sauce on the beef-brisket sandwich ($10), or sprinkling deep-fried bluegrass on everything.
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    369 West Vine Street
    Lexington, KY US
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