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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 online ordering means more than just sustainability in the physical […]

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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

Bluegrass Food Summit

Bluegrass Food Summit tackles food, health, nutrition, and policy by Jim Embry This article also appears on page 14 of the March 8 print edition of Ace Weekly. Kentucky’s present method

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The Rupp Arena Task Force Recs

What Could Be The Rupp Task Force Recs by David Schankula The final public meeting of Jim Gray's Rupp Area Task Force was a collegial affair. A lot of thank yous, a

Remembering Gatewood Galbraith, by John Y. Brown III

BY JOHN Y BROWN III I want to share a few memories about Gatewood Galbraith, a Kentucky statesman. I don’t claim to know Gatewood as a good friend, but he

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Azur’s Chef Jeremy Ashby part of Lexington cooking school lineup

Lexicurean Local cooking classes offer wide range of culinary training By Abby Laub For bewildered Lexingtonians looking for a way to entertain guests over the holidays, a slew of local cooking

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Photographer Shelby Lee Adams in New York Times

Kentucky-born photographer Shelby Lee Adams' new book, Salt and Truth,  was prominently featured in the Sunday November 13 New York Times. (Click here for the "Of Kentucky" slideshow

Kentucky’s Tomato Tradition

Last month, the Herald-Leader ran a Weekender feature that they called the Kentucky Bucket List. It was one of those feel-good summer articles spotlighting fifty things that all

What Lockout

True confession #1: I do not have a favorite NFL team. That is not to say that I don’t like the NFL, I do. I play Fantasy Football,

New hopes for the CentrePointe block

On Thursday, June 2nd, three hundred people packed an old courtroom at the Lexington History Museum to hear new details about the stalled CentrePointe project. The following Monday,



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