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Paul K ‘BioPic’ A Wilderness of Mirrors, at Kentucky Theatre

Also in this issue: P. 4      Centre VP Debate Wrap-Up P. 5      Ace’s photos from the VP debate P. 8      Lexington’s music project The 10 in 20 arrives P. 10    Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail […]

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Talking ‘Dead’: An Interview With Walking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman

BY EVAN O. ALBERT Two episodes into Season 3 of AMC's zombie rating juggernaut The Walking Dead, and a week before creator Robert Kirkman will take the stage for


Hitting the Cycle: Lexington Native Son Richey Nash brings home a hit

This article also appears on page 6 of the October 11 print edition of Ace Weekly. Lexington Native Son Richey Nash comes home for a hit by Brian Gardner Hitting the


What the Kentucky Needs: Landmark Theatre to Turn 90

  Also in this issue: P. 4    Gallery Hop for a Cause P. 8    Killer Joe Review P. 10  Jubilo Music Festival P. 12   Boomslang 2012: A Preview P. 13   Chef Tom's


Go Go Lexington: IndieGoGo Makes its Mark in Lexington

This article appears on page 7 of the August 9  print edition of Ace Weekly. Founded around the same time as KickStarter, IndieGoGo is another crowdfunding platform that has


Second Shot: Cameras for a Cause. Rideout Photography on IndieGoGo

click here to read Ace coverstory, page 7, on stands 8.09.2012 All Photos, courtesy Rideout Photography. Alan Rideout. Kristina Seay. Rideout Photography has shot Ace's Annual Best

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Creative CrowdFunding in Lexington: Jackson Cofer’s IndieGoGo Success Story

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


Cover Story. Lexington Eats: Selected Summer Food News In the Bluegrass

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


Food Trucks Now: What Lexington Needs

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


Keeneland Spring Meet 2012

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

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