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Lexington’s Financial District Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge made its way to Lexington’s financial district. On Friday, August 29th, eleven bank presidents, several Lexington business executives, and several other brave volunteers accepted the challenge at Cheapside Park. “It just speaks volumes of Lexington,” […]

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Ribbon-Cutting Celebrates Jacobson Dog Park Expansion

Good news for Lexington dog owners: Lexington's original dog park has expanded to nearly 8 acres. The Jacobson Dog Park started as a small enclosure less than an

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Ace Picks: Lexington KY Calendar August 21 — August 27, 2014

Welcome to this week's Ace Picks Events Calendar for Lexington, Kentucky — Ace’s highly curated and selective to do list for the next seven days in the bluegrass

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PHOTOS: Woodland Art Fair 2014

It's that time of the year again: the annual Woodland Art Fair is this weekend August 16-17, 2014. As any loyal Ace reader will know, the Woodland Art Fair

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Ace Picks: Lexington KY Calendar August 14 – August 20, 2014

Welcome to this week's Ace Picks Events Calendar for Lexington, Kentucky — Ace’s highly curated and selective to do list for the next eight days in the bluegrass

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Lexington Distillery District’s newest entries: a sneak peek

Lexington residents got their first glimpse of renovations taking place in the old James E. Pepper distillery on Manchester Street on Tuesday, August 12. The event showcased Mark Jensen’s

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Lexington’s 6th Annual Fest of Ales Caps Off a Month of Beer

By Chris Campbell Six years ago, Lexington's first modern day beer festival ushered in a new chapter in our city's quest to quench its thirst. The brainchild of then-president

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The Tenacity of Learning: On the tug of war of classroom education

By Leif Erickson The student and the teacher experience dread over similar things. No one whistles on the way to school on all-day testing days, for instance. And no one

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Back to School Advice: Be Curious

By Melynda Price Although I have seen it parodied in film, I did not understand the frustration of a small child repetitively asking, “Why?” until I had one. They

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FOOD: Got Tomatoes? Roast Them

By Tom Yates Now that our larger heirlooms tomatoes have started to ripen and come in, our bounty of cherry and grape varieties have started to stock pile. Last night,



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