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Cosmic Charlie’s in Lexington to close permanently

Cosmic Charlie's

On May 24, Cosmic Charlie's took to their social media to announce they plan to close their doors permanently after 10 years. The post reads, "Cosmic Charlie's, 10, is passing away surrounded by a few friends and family on Sunday, May 31, 2020." Cosmic Charlie's was most remembered for its location on Woodland Ave, next to Great Bagel, where it...

Rupp Arena will host first concert since COVID shutdowns in March

Rupp Arena Central Bank's Luther Deaton revealing the new name

Rupp Arena had plans to host a concert before 2020 ends, but its first official concert since the mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns in March will have to wait until 2021. With the recent restrictions placed on indoor dining through December 13, which includes food and beverage at Rupp Arena concession stands, the decision has been made to postpone the concerts originally...

Non-essential retail to close their in-person shopping area in Lexington


It was announced that all in-person retail businesses that are not life-sustaining will close on Monday, March 23 at 8 pm. Life-sustaining, non-essential retail businesses are those that provide staple goods. A sampling what is considered essential and remains OPEN: Auto repair services Car rentals Building material, garden equipment/supplies dealers Banks, credit unions, other financial services Grocery stores & markets Carry-out,...

Summer season for the Lexington Theatre Company postponed

Lexinton Theatre Company

The Lexington Theatre Company has decided to postpone their 2020 Summer Season due to COVID-19. This series includes Chicago (July 9-12) and Disney’s The Little Mermaid (July 30-August 2), at The Lexington Opera House. However, Disney's The Little Mermaid plans to be back for the summer of 20201 and they hope to be able to present Chicago then as well. With...