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In this week’s Ace cover story, on stands 8.09.2012, Ann Bransom writes about crowdfunding in Lexington (Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, etc.) “LGBTIQQA activist, Jackson Cofer, started a campaign entitled Top Surgery indiegogo.com/jacksoncofer) to raise money for surgery to complete his final stage […]
Lexington Eats: Summer Food News in the Bluegrass on stands now p 5 Watershed Farm: Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program p 6 Table 310’s New Brunch Service: Patrick O’Dowd gives it
This article appears on page 6 of the May 10 print edition of Ace Weekly. Streets and Eats Will Lexington Free the Food Trucks? “City governments across the country are
The Out-of-Towner's Guide to the 2012 Keeneland Spring Meet by Heather C. Watson Every spring, about this time, we start receiving the calls, texts, and emails from our out-of-town friends. Folks
RUN THE BLUEGRASS Lexington runners embrace a half marathon WKYT anchor Sam Dick won't just be running the bluegrass in Lexington's March 31 half marathon at Keeneland, he's heading up
by Tread Unless you live under a rock or in Louisville--you no doubt have realized that our University of Kentucky Wildcat Men’s Basketball Teams sits atop the heap that
Lexington realtor Whitney Pannell and her mother, Nancy, were January's Ace cover girls in "Kidney, Now." The story detailed the family's search for a kidney donor for Nancy
This article appears on page 7 of the February 9, 2012 print edition of Ace Weekly Big Ass Fans' Carey and Nancy Smith: a Fan-Powered Power Couple by Heather C.
Kidney, Now! Mother-Daughter prospective donor story took an unexpected turn by Whitney Pannell Many years ago, my mother suffered an allergic reaction to sulphur drug when she was 11 years old.
Every December, Ace profiles "This Year's Models," Model Citizens making a difference in Lexington. This year's class includes UK Coach Matthew Mitchell, retiring Lexington Legends prez Alan Stein,