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Ten in Twenty: Lexington Music Project yields albums, videos, and a Big Show

This article appears on page 8 of the November 1, 2012 print edition of Ace Weekly.   Also in this issue: P. 4      Centre VP Debate Wrap-Up P. 5      Ace’s photos from the VP debate P. […]

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Manchester Street Stories: Latitude’s Interview with Ferrell’s Donny Washbish in Lexington

Manchester Street Stories is an informal collection of stories and anecdotes featuring neighbors who live and work on Manchester Street in Lexington Kentucky’s Distillery District. Interviews and photos

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Love in the Air in Lexington at Second Shot Pop Up Gallery

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The Second Shot Pop Up Gallery, during Gallery Hop

This article appears on page 4 of the September 13, 2012 print edition of Ace Weekly The Second Shot Pop Up Gallery: Cameras for a Cause during Gallery Hop,

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Boomslang 2012: A Preview

This article appears on page 12 of the September 13, 2012 print edition of Ace Weekly. by Raj Ranade This year's Boomslang finds classic acts reuniting, exciting new artists

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Cheyenne Mize: 3-fingered bloody guitar, Wayne Coyne and playing in Lexington

BY KAKIE URCH Cheyenne Marie Mize (iTunes), the extraordinary young folksinger and instrumentalist from Louisville, is wheeling into town for a local gig at Cosmic Charlie's on Saturday, August

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Archie Borders Kickstarts for “Everybody Speaks Elton John” film w John Doe, Loudon Wainwright, Aimee Mann

Congratulations to Lexpatriate and Henry Clay High School alum Archie Borders on getting the $44,000 Kickstarter funded for his upcoming movie, Pleased to Meet Me, which begins filming

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Ace Interview With My Morning Jacket’s Patrick Hallahan, Forecastle X

BY EVAN ALBERT Louisville's Forecastle Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary on the waterfront this weekend (click here to read our preview), and this year's Fest has been organized as

Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky by Nora Rose Moosnick (University Press of Kentucky)

Nora Rose Moosnick tells the story behind new book, ‘Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky’

This article also appears on page 4 of the July 12 print edition of Ace Weekly. Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky The Story Behind ‘Stories of Accommodation and

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Forecastle Music Festival Returns to Louisville Waterfront for Forecastle X

BY EVAN ALBERT After taking a breather in 2011, Forecastle Music Festival is coming back to Louisville’s scenic Waterfront Park. The Festival spent 2011 as a building year, hosting



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