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Lexington’s Food Truck Pilot Program Passes. Unanimously.

Lexington’s proposed food truck pilot program received an amended first and second reading at tonight’s meeting of the Lexington Urban County Council, and was passed unanimously, to applause from inside council chambers. Mobile Food Truck Work Group chair, council member […]

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Sean Tibbetts, Bluegrass Food Truck Association and Cluckin Burger. April 2013 Food Truck Friday.

Lexington Food Truck Pilot Program Proposed

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Maker’s Mark distillery calls racial discrimination allegation “abhorrent” if true

Lexington Herald-Leader announces paywall, new subscription options

Herald-Leader’s new paywall Dec. 4: Expected, and worth it

BY KAKIE URCH Mark Twain always said....OK, all together now.... "When I die, I want to be in Kentucky, because everything there always happens 20 years later."  Well, it has

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Manchester Street Stories: Latitude’s Interview with Ferrell’s Donny Washbish in Lexington

Manchester Street Stories is an informal collection of stories and anecdotes featuring neighbors who live and work on Manchester Street in Lexington Kentucky’s Distillery District. Interviews and photos

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The Second Shot Pop Up Gallery, during Gallery Hop

This article appears on page 4 of the September 13, 2012 print edition of Ace Weekly The Second Shot Pop Up Gallery: Cameras for a Cause during Gallery Hop,

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Alltech’s Town Branch distillery in Lexington added to Kentucky Bourbon Trail

By Kakie Urch The Town Branch bourbon distillery will be added to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, becoming the first distillery in Lexington and the seventh in the state along

Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky by Nora Rose Moosnick (University Press of Kentucky)

Nora Rose Moosnick tells the story behind new book, ‘Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky’

This article also appears on page 4 of the July 12 print edition of Ace Weekly. Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky The Story Behind ‘Stories of Accommodation and

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Bluegrass Domestic Violence Programs’ Watershed Farm offers sustainability and more

This article appears on page 5 of the June 14 print edition of Ace Weekly. BY KAKIE URCH At Watershed Farm, sustainability of the herbs, flowers, and berries grown for

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What Lexington Needs: Food Trucks

Food Trucks: Keeping Austin Weird By RL Reeves Jr In Austin, Texas where I live, we have more than 1500 food trucks scattered all over the city, vending every style



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