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The Ace Eleven Project: Lexington thinks global, shoots local

By Kakie Urch Time. Space. Community. And Pappy. One week before 11.11.11 we asked Ace readers to set their iPhone alarms for 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. and capture a designated Friday moment in Lexington and spread it around. We […]

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A look back at the year in Food by Tom Yates

OCTOBER 2010: WEG's James Beard Celebrity Chef Series at the Horse Park On a warm autumn Saturday early evening, 80 guests gathered on the lawn of the The Farmhouse

Lexington Fall Music Preview

Are the organizers of Boomslang making a play for regional music dominance? Lexington’s premier indie music festival is scheduled for the fourth weekend in September - which happens

Why We Bought a Bookstore, by Crystal Wilkinson

This guest essay by author Crystal Wilkinson appears on page 4 of the Aug 25 print edition of Ace. Photo by Kakie Urch.Brick. Mortar. Ink. Paper: Why

UK Theatre onstage in NYC

The transition from the battlefield to life back home is a long road for our war veterans. The documentary drama “civilian,” based on oral history interviews of veterans

Looking back on Harry Potter

“It’s just like withdrawing a billion dollars and putting it into your personal bank accounts. There’s no challenge.” This was Steven Spielberg’s explanation for why he turned down

Idiot Glee

The tracks are up on Amazon.uk mp3 downloader. Cover art, bright yellow and red blazing, by Robert Beatty, check. “Not available” is the current legend online. On May 16, that

Lexington Visual Collective: A Force for Change in Lexington

This article appears on p 12 of the April 7, 2011 edition   by Kate Sprengnether The Lexington Visual Collective (LexVC) wants you to know that the Lexington art community

JJ Grey Solo Tour

by Alan Sculley JJ Grey may bill his albums as JJ Grey & Mofro, but it’s not like his records have ever been anything but essentially solo efforts, in

ART LOVERS Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether

The most hands-on visual arts couple in town, Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether couldn’t find a place to get a slice anywhere when they first moved to Lexington



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