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Best of Lexington 2011

This article appears on page 8 of the September 15 Ace print edition. cover by John Lackey (voted best artist 2010, 2011) The BEST OF LEXINGTON Ace Readers’ Poll 2011 Welcome to the 2011 Ace Best of Lexington Readers’ Poll. […]

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Transy student attends Save Our Schools Rally in DC

After arriving in Washington for last weekend’s Save Our Schools rally, we went to the National Mall and the Smithsonian Museum. The museum was hat intrigued me the

Cupcake Wars: Lexington’s Brown’s Bakery a Contender

This story appears on page 6 of the June 16 edition of Ace. BY TOM YATES Last week, Brown's Bakery announced via Twitter that they had been selected to

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New Movie Bloodworth highlights Kentucky talent 05.12.2011

Here in Kentucky, we got two main themes: 1) Getting Out ; and 2) Coming Home. So it’s no surprise the movie Bloodworth, based on William Gay’s novel Provinces

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Kentucky’s Sweetheart Ashley Judd has a new book 04.07.2011

“With her sincere honesty, her commitment to service leadership, and her intense passion for everything that she is involved with, Ashley Judd presents a multilayered portrait of how

People’s Poet Nikky Finney 03.18.2011

BY BIANCA SPRIGGS I remember my first time seeing Nikky Finney read her poems. I was nineteen years old and had just started to put together pieces of poems

NUDE turns 25 01.13.2011

Highland Heights Artist Ken Landon Buck (born and raised in Lexington, a Tates Creek grad) recalls a memory of one of the earliest Nude exhibits, “I remember going

This Year’s Models – 2010 12.23.2010

Who are This Year’s Models in Lexington? Model Citizens? Visionaries? Innovators? Big Thinkers who are also long on Action? Every year, Ace celebrates “This Year’s Models” with a

Kickstarter: The Guy Mendes 40/40 Project 12.09.2010

On the cover, Ace December 9 issue.Cover photo by Dan Silvestri.Other photos by Guy Mendes, courtesy Ann Tower Gallery and Phillip Jones.[There is a typo in the print

Battle Tongue and Cheek Louisville’s Chef Edward Lee Triumphs on Iron Chef 11.11.10

“It was so much fun hosting these world-class chefs who were all so stoked to be here.” —Chef Edward Lee on the James Beard Celebrity Chef series at the



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