Downtown (Lexington, KY)
By Wade Mattingly
(WEICHERT Realtors--Bluegrass Living)
I was reading an article in today's Lexington Herald Leader.  It was discussing bicycling in Lexington, KY and how there is so much going on for biking in the area.  It served to remind me about how much fun the Legacy Trail has been for visitors in the last several months.  The Trail opened in September of 2010.  The trail winds from the YMCA on Loudon Ave and ends at the Lexington Horsepark. I had read about the trail numerous times in the Lexington Herald Leader and decided I needed to take a look at this trail first hand.  At the time I was running 5 miles or so every few days.  When I saw the writeup in the paper I decided then and there that I was gonna do my mini-marathon there.  I had only done a top run of 8 miles.  But I knew I wanted to hit a milestone run and this was gonna ...
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By Jody Moore
(Blue Shirt Photography | SendOutCards)
I have a great job. I get to photograph homes for the best professionals in real estate. I get to see the most awesome homes in and around  Lexington, Ky.  I photographed this home for Whitney Pannell with A.S. de Movellan last week and just finished the video this morning. I Love Benny Goodman's music and used one of his tracks for viewing music. Have a great day. Jody    
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By Shanna Perino, Certified Professional Organizer/Licensed Realtor
(A Sense of Order - Organizing for the Home and Office)
Don't Trash Your Stash!  Recycle Books and Media Material at Your Library I went by the Lexington Public Library today to drop off a donation of books and was helped by a charming gentleman who volunteers at the Library.  I didn't catch his name (silly me, he was even wearing a nametag!), but he said he'd been volunteering about 90 hours each month for several years.  A retired professor, he had practically the whole history of the book donation program in his head. I was fascinated to learn that the Friends of the Library (the fundraising organization) has been in existence since the mid-1060's, and has, over the years, raised well over 2 million dollars to help the library fund programs that aren't covered by federal funding.  They do all this by taking in donations of books, magazine...
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