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I-75 Connector opposed by Kentucky Literati at ‘Off the Road’

Off the Road Kentucky Literati ‘disconnectors’ oppose I-75 connector at upcoming rally By Kakie Urch The tall timbers of the Kentucky literary, art and music world will stand together “Off The Road” on Sept. 19 at The Lyric Theatre in […]

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Home from Burning Man 2013: Kentucky Fried Camp-er reflects on the Temple

Baloney, Bourbon, and Breakfast —  the signature of the  Kentucky Fried Camp (KFC) at the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada’s Black Rock desert — was served on schedule

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A Conversation with Joel Pett: Carnegie Center retrospective celebrates 30 years

By Kakie Urch Joel Pett has been the political cartoonist for the Lexington Herald-Leader since 1984, a tenure of 29.5 years, an even 30 in April. In one of those

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Filmslang 2013: Short Film Night highlights Kentucky filmmakers

Lexington doesn't yet have a fullscale Film Festival to call its own, but Filmslang (part of WRFL's annual Boomslang festival) presents a full slate every Fall. Filmslang programming, organized

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Farmers Market on a Stick. With Bourbon. And Fire.

by Tom Yates Chef Tom’s Food and Cooking Column appears on page 13 of the Ace Weekly print edition. Text and Photos by Chef Tom. The Tuesday/Thursday Farmers' Market on

Martie Templeton, left, general manager of Harper’s Country Hams of Clinton, Ky., is honored by Agriculture Commissioner James Comer after the Harper’s ham Templeton is holding was named 2013 grand champion of the Kentucky State Fair.

Some Pig: Kentucky Prize Winning Ham fetches $350k

BY RL REEVES JR In its 50th year,  the Kentucky Country Ham Breakfast and Auction in August saw a sell out crowd of 1600 people pack the Expo Center

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A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Story through the Arts

‘Telling Kentucky’s Story Through the Arts’ A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Secretary of Tourism, Arts, and Heritage BY LAURA GLASSCOCK A self-described “seventh or eighth generation Kentuckian,” Bob Stewart

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Enoteca: Another addition to the thriving Jefferson corridor

Enoteca Another addition to the thriving Jefferson corridor BY CHRIS CAMPBELL "In nothing have the habits of the palate more decisive influence than in our relish of wines." –Thomas Jefferson “Resurgence” and

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The Girl Project: art meets activism not just for girls

The Girl Project: Arts Meets Activism not just for girls It all began as a conversation over coffee at Third Street Coffee between mother/daughter Trish Clark and Ellie Clark, with

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Ace Daily Photo 8.18.2013 Woodland Art Fair 2013

8.18.2013 Ace Daily Photo: 38th Woodland Art Fair 2013 Sugar - an art form we can all appreciate. More than 200 artists were included at this year's Woodland Arts Fair: home



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