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2015 Lexington Fall Preview: Ace Digital E-dition

  Click here to view a digital edition of Ace’s September 2015 issue. Inside you’ll find a preview of the major fall events around Lexington and Kentucky, including art, music, sports, food, fests, food fests, and more. You’ll also find food […]

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What to Do for Father’s Day 2015 in Lexington

SATURDAY, June 20 Pappy For Your Pappy, Buffalo Trace Distillery: A guide through a tasting of the various ages of Van Winkle Bourbons.  An optional tour will take place


Warehouse Block named on Lexington’s National Avenue

One of Lexington's most popular emerging neighborhoods got its official name at a logo unveiling today. Located in the sweet spot between Kenwick/Mentelle Park and Bell Court, the

Easter Oratorio _ Thy Will Be Done _ March 2015 _ Ace Weekly

‘Thy Will Be Done’ Easter Oratorio Returns to Lexington

Just in time for Easter, a locally-penned program will be renewed, refreshed, and presented twice locally, March 25 at Cathedral of Christ The King and March 29 at

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UK Opera Theatre and Greg Turay’s Tales of Hoffmann

A Tale of Two Hoffmanns: Tenor Gregory Turay does double duty this spring by Kim Thomas March Madness can mean so many things. Opening March 5, UK Opera Theatre will present Jacques

Lexington food news _ Lexington food _ March _ Ace Weekly

Lexington Food News: March 2015

Ace Eats Out: Lexington Restaurant News: Births, Deaths, Moves, and Events Following a grand opening in February, Benni’s Beef is open and ready for business at its new location

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UK Basketball’s Return to Platoons Pays Off

Hometown Heroes: A return to platoons pays off By Kenny Colston PHOTOS BY WALTER CORNETT When it comes to Kentucky basketball, there's a special place reserved for the homegrown talent. You've heard

Disco Kroger

Disco Kroger (on Euclid) opens in Lexington today

With much fanfare (a marching band played and Coach Cal cut the ribbon), Lexington's Disco Kroger (on Euclid) opened at 8 am this morning. A few hundred hungry locals


To Your Health: Lexingtonians weigh in on healthy habits for the New Year

Mind Body Spirit Lexingtononians offer baby steps for a healthier new year by Kim Thomas With the baby New Year on its way, I wondered what small steps folks are taking


When will the Disco Kroger (on Euclid) re-open? Food Desert to end soon.

Food Desert to End Soon Our long national nightmare is over; Disco Kroger (now Fort Kroger) to re-open in January BY BRIAN S. POWERS As the Euclid Kroger nears completion, more

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