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Ben Sollee talks with Mike Graves and plays two songs from his new CD.

Lexington native Ben Sollee is a very busy man. His new CD, "Learning to Bend," is taking off, and he's playing in the Sparrow Quartet. Ben tells Mike Graves about his musical adventures, and his beliefs.

Lexington, KY – A recent article posted on Bloomberg.com touts Lexington as a "true housing bargain" and a "top market with low risk." And as Kathleen Adams reports, one realty group hopes the public heeds the message.

Lexington, KY – As the fight over the controversial CentrePointe development continues, the organization attempting to maintain the historic block where the project is to be located, is feverishly fundraising.

Lexington, KY – A nonprofit organization founded by former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, has given the Kentucky Education Cabinet a grant to help lower the state's high school drop-out rate. Kathleen Adams has details.

Lexington, KY – With temperatures in central Kentucky soaring into the 90s over the weekend, health officials are urging safety precautions to avoid health-related illnesses. And as Kathleen Adams reports, help is available for low-income residents lacking air conditioners.

Lexington, KY – 35 Lexington area military veterans and their families could soon be "off the streets" and in an area apartment.

Lexington, KY – Pike County is celebrating its annual Hatfield-McCoy Festival this weekend and as Kathleen Adams reports, a Kentucky historian will be there to put the famous feud in context.

Lexington, KY – In an effort to stave off deep mine blowouts such as the ones that occurred recently at Grapevine and in the Virgie area, Pike County officials are proposing a plan of action. Kathleen Adams has details.

Lexington, KY – Party faithfuls and newcomers are expected in large numbers this weekend as the Republican and Democratic parties each hold their state conventions.

Democrats will be in Lexington Saturday as the GOP meets in Bowling Green. Topping the agenda for Republicans is selecting delegates for the national convention this fall.

As Lisa Autry reports, the GOP system for selecting delegates is very different from the system of the Democratic party.

Lexington, KY – A conversation with Community Action Council's Stephanie Davis and Charlie Lanter about the June 10th Poverty Forum featuring a speech by noted author Donna Beegle.

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