Certified professional tarot reader Claudia Zamora uses her trusty deck of tarot cards to help guide clients through questions about love, career, money, health, and family . She customizes each session and may use materials such as crystals, gems, and a pendulum to gain better insight. Her appointments are available over the phone or via email to give customers a comfortable setting, and may be conducted in English or Spanish.
With over 25 years of experience, Caricature Shop is focused on providing entertainment in two specific areas; event caricatures (in either black and white or color) and studio caricatures (a unique, customized gift for that special someone).
If Man O' War Golf Learning Center racks up any additional awards, Golf Digest might run out of space?the magazine has already named Man O' War a favorite public range in Lexington, and instructors Brad Bachand and Tennye Ohr have earned spots on their list of Best Teachers in Kentucky in 2009, 2011, and 2013. Along with a staff of other top PGA professionals and instructors, they lead private lessons, clinics, and golf fitness sessions for players of all ages. They also specialize in additional services that help enhance performance, including video swing analysis and custom club fitting.
As the official publication of the Keeneland racetrack and auction company, Keeneland magazine saturates readers with quarterly chronicles of the Bluegrass region and Keeneland racing culture. Tradition-focused 2011 issues will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the equine institution with pieces on such topics as Keeneland memorabilia collectors, the location's popularity as a romantic destination for proposals and weddings, and the fedora-flaunting aesthetic of race-goers. Also illuminating the publication's glossy pages will be spotlights on regional thoroughbred breeders, profiles of local artisans, and other Lexington lifestyle features.
Chris Marshall is a triple threat. An artist, photographer, and videographer, he first cut his teeth working for production companies in LA, including stage managing for That 70s Show. Now back in Lexington, he combines these experiences with an artistic eye at Marshall Law Productions, where he snaps shots of special events and assembles video footage and graphics for a range of productions. Beyond that, he even dresses up walls in playful murals that feature sports images and animal motifs for kids' rooms.
Located at Blue Grass Airport, the Aviation Museum of Kentucky pays tribute to the Commonwealth’s rich history of aviation with its impressive squadron of rare and restored aircraft, aviation memorabilia, interactive educational displays, and active aviation restoration shop. Inside the museum, a flock of steel birds suspended on wires hangs from the hangar’s expansive ceiling. A replica of Matthew Sellers’ 1908 quadraplane—the first aircraft built and flown in Kentucky—headlines the museum collection, extending its majestic wings to shake the hands of awestruck visitors. Other exceptional designs include a Skyhawk once flown by the Navy’s Blue Angels, an F-14 Tomcat jet-fighter as seen in the film Top Gun, and a high-bypass turbofan used to propel modern jumbo jets.
Guided tours and interactive exhibits delve into the science and history of flight, while the Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame honors the lives of those who have soared among the clouds, whether in planes or wrapped around the waist of Michael Jordan. Young ones, meanwhile, can learn more about the variety of aviation careers and set their sights on following the tailwinds of famous pilots and designers.