All posts by Bianca Spriggs

A Diggable Planet: Project SEE Theatre brings Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz to Lexington

By Bianca Spriggs We will leave some traces, for we are people and not cities—Ionesco, The Chairs Steven Dietz is lying to you. You think you’re going to see a play written by a playwright and instead you get poetry […]

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Kickstarter: The Guy Mendes 40/40 Project 12.09.2010

On the cover, Ace December 9 issue.Cover photo by Dan Silvestri.Other photos by Guy Mendes, courtesy Ann Tower Gallery and Phillip Jones.[There is a typo in the print

Lexington Kickstarter Projects in this Week’s Ace

As part of this week's Ace coverstory on Guy Mendes's 40/40 project, additional Lexington Kickstarter projects are featured. Profiles of A Few Lexington Kickstarter Projectsby Bianca SpriggsWhat is

A Musical Feast: Killer Meteor Plays On Your Heartstrings

by Bianca SpriggsTo hear Eric Smith tell it, he’s just this guy who loves to make music. If you’ve ever been to the Sidebar, you’d know him

November is National Novel Writing Month Meet the Lexington WriMos

A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us. —Franz Kafka In 1999 twenty-one writers in the San Francisco area decided to binge-write a novel with little

National Novel Writing Month

This story appears on page 4 of the November 11 edition of Ace.BY BIANCA SPRIGGS A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us.—Franz KafkaIn

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The Late Lexington Artist Charlie Williams

BY BIANCA SPRIGGS You old black gold, you’ve taken my lung/And your dust has darkened my home/And now that we’re old, you’re turnin’ your back/Where else can an old

THE BIBELOTS OF CHARLIE WILLIAMS

by Bianca SpriggsYou old black gold, you've taken my lung/And your dust has darkened my home/And now that we're old, you're turnin' your back/Where else can an old

Little/Gaines Series presents: Out of Body, photos by Kremena Todorova and poems by Bianca Spriggs

BY BIANCA SPRIGGS What makes a woman feel like an assortment of disconnected body parts? For a time she might feel like a heart on two legs, walking

Holler If You Hear Me: Holler Poets

BY BIANCA SPRIGGSIn the midst of all the fanfare surrounding WEG, I daresay that this is the perfect opportunity to remind folks that for many, the Bluegrass isn't



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