Thursday, April 18, 2019

Gallery Review: The Lexington Public Library Gallery

Hello Arts and Culture readers! Today, we delve into the Lexington Public Library Art Gallery’s exhibition. The featured artist is Bill Berryman whose work...

Transy students join MLK Day march at time of voting rights fights

Approximately 25 Transy students joined this morning’s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial march in downtown Lexington. Transy’s participation was organized by the Black Student...

Gallery Review: “Unlearn Fear + Hate” at the Downtown Arts Center

“Unlearn Fear + Hate” is an exhibition by Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova currently being housed in the Downtown Arts Center until January 6th....

Despite difficult climate, Día de los Muertos is celebrated proudly

The Day of the Dead Festival, known to Spanish speakers as Festival del Día de los Muertos, is celebrated around the world—including, this year,...

Slack Chat: Read the Rambler’s real-time responses to last night’s election results

tristan.p.a.reynolds (Tristan Reynolds, Editor-in-Chief) It’s about 8:45 eastern, and both KET and the New York Times have called the 6th for Andy Barr. While...

Slack Chat: The Rambler talks through election expectations

The 2018 midterm election is today. Naturally, The Rambler's staff has some thoughts about the state of the election in general, and Kentucky and...

It’s finally Election Day. Read all our coverage here.

Two years of Sturm und Drang will conclude (or grow wilder! Who knows!) today with an election—one we seemingly began talking about the day the...

Here’s where you can read our profiles of Lexington City Council candidates

Over the past month, The Rambler has published a set of stories and profiles on several candidates for the Lexington City Council. As you...
Adrian Wallace

At-large Council candidate Adrian Wallace on his vision for Lexington

Adrian Wallace, a first-time candidate running for an at-large seat on City Council, says that after serving in the Iraq War from 2006 to...