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Lexington restaurateur Joe Bologna to retire

Longtime Lexington restaurateur Joe Bologna has announced plans to retire, after informing friends, family, and staff that this will be his last Spring and Summer at his namesake restaurant on West Maxwell, Joe Bologna's. He will turn 79 next month, and has made the decision not to work into his 80s — though it's not unusual to currently find...

Oak View Group Recruits Top Event and Booking Industry Executives to Lexington

Oak View Group Facilities, operators of Central Bank Center, today announced two new hires will join the team in November as live events ramp up and return to Lexington. Madison Duryea joins as Event and Booking Manager. She had been with FTX Arena (formerly American Airlines Arena) and The Miami Heat Group since 2017. In her previous position, Duryea worked on a variety of shows, including the Super Bowl LIV,...

Rubicon opening new global corporate headquarters in City Center

Rubicon, a software platform that provides smart waste and recycling solutions to businesses and governments worldwide, announced that the company is opening a new office space in Lexington, Kentucky, which will now serve as the firm’s global headquarters. The location expands the company’s existing footprint in the state and honors its Kentucky roots. It joins the company’s other executive leadership...

Manchester Coffee, DV8 Kitchen opening new locations at The MET

Manchester Coffee and DV8 Kitchen are opening new locations at The MET, a new mixed-use development from Community Ventures in the East End of Lexington. Manchester Coffee opened on Manchester Street in March of 2019. The shop recently announced plans to expand by spring of 2021. The new location at The MET is larger, features more parking spots for express...