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What Lexington Needs: Crystal E. Wilkinson – An End to Fear and Silence

January 1995 What Lexington Needs: Crystal E. Wilkinson – An End to Fear and Silence By Crystal E. Wilkinson Poet and Short Fiction Writer “Fear, that is what is going to kill us all,” my sister-friend and co-worker told me […]

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Growing Up Jewish in Lexington by Nora Rose Moosnick

Ace December 1994 BY ROSIE MOOSNICK Every year at about this time, with the onset of the Christmas season, the news media makes overtures to the Jewish community,

What Lexington Needs: Ms. Georgia Henkel- Festival Market

What Lexington Needs: Ms. Georgia Hinkle - Festival Market By Ms. Georgia Hinkle This What Lexington Needs was part of a class project initiated by Ms. Georgia Henkel, a teacher

What Lexington Needs: Leesa Moorman and Annabel – To Find a Middle

What Lexington Needs: Leesa Moorman and Annabel - To Find a Middle By Leesa Moorman and Annabel My dad first came to Lexington from Western Kentucky in the forties to

What Lexington Needs: Eren McGinnis – Feminists and Beaches

What Lexington Needs: Eren McGinnis - Feminists and Beaches By Eren McGinnis Possible Needs: More true feminists who are willing to fight for basic issues like equal pay for equal work,

What Lexington Needs: Gregory Higgins – Cycling Lanes

What Lexington Needs: Gregory Higgins - Cycling Lanes By Gregory Higgins Cycling lanes on our roads. Although cycling paths are available to a limited degree, they are separated from roads in

What Lexington Needs: John Author Leynes – Peace and Beauty

What Lexington Needs: John Author Leynes - Peace and Beauty By John Author Leynes A rocky scientist. And an artist. To tell ACE we need a mini zoo, not a mink zoo A

What Lexington Needs: Neil Chethik – The Men’s Movement

What Lexington Needs: Neil Chethik - The Men's Movement By Neil Chethik Since moving to this town last July, I've met a large number of men who say they feel

What Lexington Needs: Executive Committee of the Woodward Heights Neighborhood Association – A Preservation Ethos

Ace, December 1991 What Lexington Needs: Executive Committee of the Woodward Heights Neighborhood Association - A Preservation Ethos By Executive Committee of the Woodward Heights Neighborhood Association A preservation ethos: Preservation

What Lexington Needs: Michael J. Greene – Support for Bluegrass Farmers

Ace, November 1991 What Lexington Needs: Michael J. Greene - Support for Bluegrass Farmers By Michael J. Greene What Lexington needs is for people to stop talking about Bluegrass farmland as



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