Monthly Archives: April 2018

Late Night Burgers at Tolly-Ho in Lexington

Never underestimate the compelling nature of a great dive cheeseburger joint. Just ask the folks at┬áTolly-Ho, a late-night Lexington institution for University of Kentucky students and burger aficionados, tucked away near campus in a former dry cleaners at 606 S. … Continue reading

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Trump Attorney Cohen Reveals Fox’s Sean Hannity is Client

Monday President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, revealed in court his mystery third client was Fox News host Sean Hannity. What a coincidence! How curious that Mr. Hannity publicly weighed in against the executed search warrant on Cohen’s office, home … Continue reading

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Small Hands, Corrupt Intentions Asserted in New Comey Book

In case you missed it, Donald Trump’s best buddy, Lyin’ Jim Comey, has a painfully candid new memoir hitting the bookshelves this week. This is the first book written by anyone holding high office that was unfortunate enough to work … Continue reading

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Hike Up Berea’s Pinnacles Closes Out Spring Break

This weekend marked the final days of what was a three-week spring break for students in the Frankfort Independent School District. With questionable weather most of the break there was lots of gaming, binging on questionable television programming, staying up … Continue reading

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FBI Raids Cohen Office, Speaker Ryan Resigns – Coincidence?

Our esteemed commander and chief, the Orange One, is having another rough week. Monday the FBI raided the office of Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, which was followed on Wednesday by the announced retirement of Speaker of the House … Continue reading

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Crowds Fill DC and Beyond in “March for Our Lives”

They came from Parkland. They came from Newtown. They came from Columbine. They came from Las Vegas, Virginia Tech, Orlando, St. Louis, Atlanta, Detroit, and Chicago. People came from every corner of the country on March 24, to demonstrate in … Continue reading

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