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Street Art: Kobra makes mark with Lincoln mural in Lexington

By Kakie Urch On La Brea in Los Angeles, it’s Albert Einstein. Hovering mid-air off the Highline in New York City’s Chelsea, it’s “V.J. Day in Times Square,” the iconic photograph of a sailor returned from WWI kissing a nurse […]

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Guidelines for the Ace Eleven Project, Year Three

At 9:10 am and at 9:10 pm on 11.12.13, we invite Ace readers to stop what they’re doing, for one moment, and take a picture. We have

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I-75 Connector opposed by Kentucky Literati at ‘Off the Road’

Off the Road Kentucky Literati ‘disconnectors’ oppose I-75 connector at upcoming rally By Kakie Urch The tall timbers of the Kentucky literary, art and music world will stand together “Off

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Filmslang 2013: Short Film Night highlights Kentucky filmmakers

Lexington doesn't yet have a fullscale Film Festival to call its own, but Filmslang (part of WRFL's annual Boomslang festival) presents a full slate every Fall. Filmslang programming, organized

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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

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Ace Daily Photo 8.18.2013 Woodland Art Fair 2013

8.18.2013 Ace Daily Photo: 38th Woodland Art Fair 2013 Sugar - an art form we can all appreciate. More than 200 artists were included at this year's Woodland Arts Fair: home

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Artist Helene Steene’s multi-culti exhibit at the Headley-Whitney

Cast of "Siberia," new NBC show. Kentuckian George Dickson far right.

It was a real Kentuckian who wrote and directed “fake” Siberia reality show for NBC

In a format described as " 'Lost' meets 'Survivor,'" tonight's new NBC show, Siberia, breaks new ground on TV as a "scripted horror series within a 'reality' show."

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Red River Moon: Latest Kentucky-made movie to premiere at Kentucky Theatre

By Kakie Urch When Lexington filmmaker Bruce Barnett lived in California, people would ask him what he missed most about Kentucky. “I would say ‘the Red River Gorge and the

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Bye Bye Bruce: Artist and Advocate Bruce Burris leaves Lexington for Oregon



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