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Twinning: Predictions for UK Basketball’s Title Nine Prospects

Double Trouble No tweaks needed for Twins as Cats’ become favorites for title nine. By KENNY COLSTON PHOTOS BY WALTER CORNETT The terms may change, but the goal remains the same. Gone are tweaks and 40-0. The incoming phrases of […]

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Guy’s Grocery Games: Lexington Chef hits Food Network Nov 9

Get in the Game! Lexington Diner Chef Ranada Riley hits Food Network Lexington Diner, at the corner of Upper and Short, is due to celebrate its one-year-anniversary in February

Canal House cooking in the Botherum kitchen this summer.

Lexington Restaurant News: Nov 6, 2014. Canal House Cooks at Maker’s Mark; Cranksgiving

Ace Eats Out: Restaurant News, Events, Openings, and Closings On Friday, November 7, Good Foods hosts the Holiday Sampling Event, from 5 - 7 pm. The free event features

Remembering Jay Flippin

Remembering Jay Flippin

Remembering Jay Flippin: Friends and students share memories of the late pianist, professor, composer By Kim Thomas “Pianos, unlike people, sing when you give them your every growl. They know

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What To Do For Halloween in Lexington: Ace’s 2014 Halloween Calendar

Have you lately been asking yourself, "what should I do for Halloween in Lexington?" Ace can help. Here's our list of the best Halloween events in and around Lexington: Fright

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How to Make the Best Bourbon Porchetta

"Bourbon Belly Bluegrass Porchetta" By Tom Yates Porchetta. With layers of slowly rendered fat, succulent meat, and bone cracking skin, what's not to love about roasted pig wrapped in pig

This article also appears on page 4 of the Oct 2, 2014 issue of Ace.

Lexington Parking: Problem or Perception?

Parking: Problem or Perception? By Brian S. Powers Ask anyone about parking in downtown Lexington and you’re liable to get a lengthy opinion. Similar to climate change, presidential approval and UK

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What We Ate: Life stories in food, by Susie Bell

What We Ate: Life stories told from the table By Susie Bell Until I was nearly 11 years old, suppertime involved a careful exercise of running my tongue through each bite

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2014 Lexington Thriller & Halloween Parade To Take Over Downtown

Thriller 13th in ‘14: Zombies to take over downtown By Heather Chapman Thirteen may be an unlucky number, but not for the organizers of Lexington’s annual Thriller Parade: 2014 marks

Photo courtesy of Blake Eames.

Central Music Academy to Celebrate 10th Anniversary

CMA Rocks the House: Giving the Gift of Music in the Heart of Lexington By Kim Thomas The Central Music Academy is celebrating its 10th anniversary of ‘giving the gift



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