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Steel Guitar Convention brings tasty riffs to Lexington May 18-19

Where would country music be without the sound of the pedal steel guitar? more

A Short-Lived Presidential Playground

Whenever a president wants to let down his hair these days, a brief chopper ride to Camp David in the Maryland mountains gives him all the solitude he can handle. more

A Research Genius, the Fab Four, and a Medical Miracle

Every so often, a genuine genius comes along, a person who makes an incredible impact on human history. more

The Poultry Festival has a little something for everyone

The 38th annual S.C. Poultry Festival was held last weekend. It was for three days starting on Thursday, May 9 through Saturday night, May 11 and there was a fireworks show. more

Grammy-winning keyboardist Jeff Lorber to play at Lexington Chayz Lounge May 10, 11

Lexington’s Chayz Lounge on Meeting Street has been the place to go on the weekends for first-rate jazz for years now, and they have an impressive roster of local performers like guitarist Rod … more

What to do this Mother’s Day weekend in Lexington County

In case you’ve forgotten (and we would never suggest that you have), Mother’s Day is this Sunday more

Dorothy’s Big Debut

Dorothy finished applying a layer of flour to her already pale face, put on her best early Victorian bonnet (complete with a semicircle of flowers atop her hair) and sat in a chair in a studio near New York’s Washington Square. more

Kid’s Day of Lexington gave local youngsters a great time

The 23rd annual Kid’s Day of Lexington was held on Saturday, April 27. Palmetto Chiropractic Center was the headlining sponsor of Kid’s Day. The mission of Kid’s Day of Lexington is … more

It is important for caregivers to take care of themselves; these 6 stress-relief tips help

Stress doesn't just affect your mood - it can have long-term health impacts as well if you don't take steps to manage it constructively. For individuals who face the stressful task of caring for a … more

Town of Lexington welcomes Budweiser Clydesdales

The Budweiser Clydesdales made their first ever appearance in the Town of Lexington on April 25. more

Holy Hero! Robert, Anthony, the Duke and the making of an American legend

The Caped Crusader. The Dark Knight. The World’s Greatest Detective. Or just plain Batman. more

Chapin Baptist Church’s 5th annual car show brings generations together

The 5th annual car show held by the men’s ministry of Chapin Baptist Church was on April 20. The car show was free to attend. more

Stay Here, Play Here: Things to do in Lexington County for the week of April 18

Want to go out? Here is what you can do! more

Titanic’s other casualties

Your ancestors were in a state of shock 112 years ago. How could the RMS Titanic, the engineering marvel of its age, a ship designed with such exacting care that it was proclaimed … more

Vocalists to honor female country stars at Harbison Theatre April 19

When it comes to classic country music, there are certain names that are legendary; their iconic status will remain forever unchallenged. Think about Willie Nelson or Johnny Cash or George Strait. more

Think the ’24 election is Ugly? Try 1828

Brace yourself, America. 2024’s Biden-Trump II: Grumpier Old Men is showing all the signs of being an especially ugly election. At ages 81 and 77, respectively, this will be the last election … more

Tartan Day South event in Cayce honors Celtic culture

This four-day event began on Thursday, April 4 at Steel Hands Brewery in Cayce with an evening of music with Celtic Conundrum. On Friday, April 5, a Celtic concert was held at the Icehouse … more

Wild reactions: How animals behave during an eclipse

For many, an eclipse like the one on April 8 is a once-in-a-lifetime event. A total solar eclipse is a rare occurrence, and the one on Monday was special as it crossed the United States, meaning even … more

Aviation’s Unlikely Heroine

Fishermen see a lot when they’re at sea. But the pair looking for flounder off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, had never encountered anything like this. more
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