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The Girl Project: art meets activism not just for girls

The Girl Project: Arts Meets Activism not just for girls It all began as a conversation over coffee at Third Street Coffee between mother/daughter Trish Clark and Ellie Clark, with Vanessa Becker Weig. It didn’t have a shape or a concept […]

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Cheers to National IPA Day 2013

Today is National IPA Day. A few short years ago, that might have meant almost nothing in Lexington. Last year, it was an occasion for cautious optimism for craft

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Kentucky Kid Sets Jeopardy Record

Skyler Hornback, a 12-year-old 7th grader from Sonora, Kentucky won $66,600 on today’s episode of JEOPARDY!, setting records for the highest one-day total in Kids Week history and

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Tokyo Sushi: Tong Kim Fuses Japanese and Korean in the Bluegrass

Tokyo Sushi: Tong Kim Fuses Japanese and Korean in the bluegrass Text and Photos by: David Hicks Tucked away between a Gamers store and a pizza place on 115 North

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Forecastle 2013 Schedule Updates, post Evacuation

Forecastle 2013 closed the gates and evacuated festival grounds temporarily earlier today, citing threatening weather. Festival-goers onsite complained, pointing out that their tickets said Rain or Shine. Festival organizers

Ace July Print Cover 2013

NBC Siberia: An interview with Series Creator, Matt Arnold

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Blue Stallion Brewing Opening Soon in Lexington

Blue Stallion on the Way: Lexington not just one beer town anymore BY CHRIS CAMPBELL Eighteen months ago, there was one brewery in Lexington: Lexington Brewing and Distilling. The Alltech-owned

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Ace Daily Photo 6.14.2013 Happy National Bourbon Day

ace daily photo 6.14.2013 Cheers to National Bourbon Day 2013 Photo by Ian Davis. Read Bourbon Master Tim Knittel's column here. Juleps are old news by June. Here is Chef Tom’s recipe for

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MidWeek MashUp: Beer from Start to Finish at Lexington Beerworks

BY CHRIS CAMPBELL If you’re a male (or an extremely un-evolved female) between the ages of 18 and Larry King, chances are you’ve sat around with a group of

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Four Architectural Firms pitch to reinvent Lexington’s Rupp Arena

Lexington mayor Jim Gray announced today the  four architectural firms bidding to design Rupp; the five architectural teams bidding to design the Lexington Convention Center; and the five



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