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Easter Oratorio _ Thy Will Be Done _ March 2015 _ Ace Weekly

‘Thy Will Be Done’ Easter Oratorio Returns to Lexington

Just in time for Easter, a locally-penned program will be renewed, refreshed, and presented twice locally, March 25 at Cathedral of Christ The King and March 29 at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church. Thy Will Be Done is a 90-minute Easter […]

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Greg Turay _ Tales of Hoffman

UK Opera Theatre and Greg Turay’s Tales of Hoffmann

A Tale of Two Hoffmanns: Tenor Gregory Turay does double duty this spring by Kim Thomas March Madness can mean so many things. Opening March 5, UK Opera Theatre will present Jacques

Burning Kentucky _ Burning Kentucky film

FILM: ‘Burning Kentucky’ is Homegrown Effort

‘Burning Kentucky’ Building Bridges: Local film in progress recognizes community in the Commonwealth by Atanas Golev  “My priority has always been to make Kentucky look like the magical place that

AthensWest _ Athens West _ Doubt a parable _ Downtown Arts Center

Athens West Debuts ‘Doubt’ at Lexington Downtown Arts Center

‘Doubt’ comes to Downtown Arts Center: AthensWest debuts with Pulitzer winner by Kim Thomas In our doubt, there is believing .... Playwright Bo List is one of those talents who isn't

A pretty mean omelette.

How to Make the Perfect Omelette

Chef Tom’s Food and Cooking Column appears on page 13 of the Ace  print edition. Text and Photos by Chef Tom. What’s for dinner for Lent on Fridays? by TOM

Photo courtesy of Blake Eames.

Central Music Academy to Celebrate 10th Anniversary

CMA Rocks the House: Giving the Gift of Music in the Heart of Lexington By Kim Thomas The Central Music Academy is celebrating its 10th anniversary of ‘giving the gift

Robert Park Johnson _ Frankenstein _ Bo List _ King Lear

Not Alive. Not Yet. Inside the ‘Creature’ from the upcoming Frankenstein

By Robert Parks Johnson Today is the first rehearsal of Frankenstein, a modern adaptation by Bo List in which I have been cast as The Creature. I remember my

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Robyn Peterman Zahn: Hell on Heels hits e-readers in September

If Robyn Peterman Zahn had to choose between being the world’s most successful actress and the world’s most successful author… she wouldn’t. “None of the above,” is her

lexington radio sign ace weekly magazine july 2014

(Lo) Power to the People: Lexington has a new radio station on the way (and a patron saint)

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Love and Basketball: Nick Stump shares big blue memories

LOVE AND BASKETBALL ‘They never give a hillbilly a break’ by Michael Stamper  My Uncle Clayton Adams was a great man. While most of the men in my family had gone



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