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Michael Geneve in Voices From the Peace Corps

Angene and Jack Wilson’s new book, Voices from the Peace Corps: Fifty Years of Kentucky Volunteers, includes stories from one of Ace’s longtime art directors, Michael Geneve, who served in the Peace Corps 2003 through 2005. Excerpts reprinted with the […]

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Why I Run: Training for Lexington’s Half Marathon

I know you’re used to me talking about UK sports, mostly basketball at the moment as I’m on the verge of a “If you can’t say something nice…”

LifeLab Mentoring at Latitude

by Bruce Burris Where does it start? Muscles tense. One leg a pillar, holding the body upright between the earth and the sky. The other a pendulum, swinging

Shadows of Eastern State Hospital by Cheri Daniels

Earlier this year I learned about and joined the Facebook group “Eastern State Hospital Cemetery Preservation Project.” I did so for two reasons: 1. Cemetery preservation is something

Post Election guest opinion by Dr. Nick Kouns

Politics and Civility for 2011 While the midterm elections are over and this gives me a sweet relief that I do not think I could even come close

Drew Curtis reveals the secret to all social media at UK’s Tech Week

What if, when you’re adding up the receipts at your fruit stand, “you find out your number one selling item is Doritos?” Should you be in the fruit

GUEST OPINION ON THE MAYOR’S RACE BY DAVID SCHANKULA

This Friday night, October 15, the UK basketball season begins and as we here in the Big Blue Nation prepare for this madness, it is important to remember

Who’s a UK sports fan?

Who’s a Big Blue Cheerleader? This was posted at aceweekly.blogspot.com by Kevin Faris last week. Kentucky Sports Radio is always a significant contender in the Ace Best of

Vision and Visions at Lexington Mall by Andrew Wyllie

This is the first time in a decade the “best use for Lexington Mall” hasn’t appeared in the Best of Lex Readers’ Poll. (The winner in past years

Transparency: Asking More of Lexington Government

An important part of ProgressLex’s mission is to improve local government transparency. In light of the trio of scandals uncovered last year by the Lexington Herald-Leader involving the



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