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The Sustainability of Craft Brew in Lexington

Too Much Beer? The sustainability of craft brew BY ANDREW WYLLIE One of the hardest things about moving to Lexington from Seattle ten years ago was brewpub withdrawal. There were a couple of places that had a half decent beer […]

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A Year in the Life of a Lexington Pedestrian

Click to View PDF, Ace coverstory 4.15.2010 page 6 I Shouldn’t Be Alive A Year in the Life of a Lexington Pedestrian BY ANDREW WYLLIE There’s a great show on the Discovery

Andrew Wyllie’s Second Sunday Preview

Download the PDF I found the Lexington Bike Summit two years ago to be a very exciting event. At the time it seemed that Lexington was on track to

Mill Street’s Proposed Ped Mall

by Andrew Wyllie Public spaces, streets and sidewalks define the character of a city. When exploring a city on foot, it’s

Response to Walter May’s Criticism of the Mill Street Ped Mall

It was interesting to read Walter May’s criticism of the Mill Street pedestrian mall in the Herald Leader on Friday

One Less Car

-by Andrew Wyllie The decision by our city council to take the federal grant money and install the sidewalks

Feigel’s Statement on Tates Creek Sidewalk Issue

—by Andrew Wyllie I just received CM Feigel’s statement on the Tates Creek sidewalk project.  I responded to her and the

LFUCG’s handling of CentrePointe

by Andrew Wyllie It almost always comes down to money, pure and simple. Everyday the CenterPointe lot sits vacant the city loses

Lexington’s 3 T’s

by Andrew WyllieCover via Amazon Lexington is a city with a lot of potential. Richard Florida's book, 'The Rise of

Lexington’s 3 T’s

by Andrew Wyllie Cover via Amazon       Lexington is a city with a lot of potential. Richard Florida’s book, ‘The Rise



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