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Food Trucks Now: What Lexington Needs

This article appears on page 6 of the May 10 print edition of Ace Weekly. Streets and Eats Will Lexington Free the Food Trucks? “City governments across the country are threatening to kill the food truck revolution with dumb regulations…Municipal […]

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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

Trolley Shuttle to Saturday Farmers Market

Lexington's Colt Trolley posted a tweet early this morning, "Ride with us to the Farmers' Market. 10 am to 1 pm ride the blue route, with a special

What Lexington Needs: The New Bluegrass Special

Did you or your parents ever ride the passenger trains in Kentucky before service was discontinued? Share your stories in

What Lexington Needs: Social Innovators and Investors

BY NATHAN CRYDER What Lexington needs is new leaders — not just any leaders but a specific kind of new leader. We need more practical idealists capable of solving our

What Lexington Needs: Me.

"What Lexington Needs" is a weekly reader forum. Email 800 word submissions to editor@aceweekly.com. This submission will appear on page 14 in this week's print edition.--by Heather Watson

What Lexington Needs: Two Way Streets by Van Meter Pettit

"What Lexington Needs" is a weekly forum open to Ace Readers. 800 words to editor@aceweekly.com. Due Mondays. Samples available here on the blog.This one is reprinted from Ace's

Whine & Cheese: Sell Wine at the Groceries

At Kroger check-out lanes, you can sign a petition in support of allowing Kentucky groceries to sell wine. Kentucky consumers generally support the measure as one of undeniable convenience.

Kakie Urch reflects on WRFL, 20th anniversary April 24 2008

ACE Weekly April 24, 2008 'Everyone's Good Idea' WRFL was what Lexington needed   By Kakie Urch Back in those days, when I was looking for a classic conservative look, I pulled on

What Lexington Needs: Community Gardening for the Common Health of Kentucky

Ace March 2007 BY JIM EMBRY What Lexington Needs: Community Gardens for the CommonHEALTH of Kentucky Taking responsibility for growing our own food and medicine in our own neighborhood is



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