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Shane Tedder: Model Bike Ridin’ Cowboy

Who are This Year’s Models in Lexington? Model Citizens? Visionaries? Innovators? Big Thinkers who are also long on Action? Every year,  Ace celebrates “This Year’s Models” with a special year-end Annual Edition (on stands now). All year long, the readers […]

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Artist John Lackey: Model Renaissance Guy

Who are This Year's Models in Lexington? Model Citizens? Visionaries? Innovators? Big Thinkers who are also long on Action? Every year,  Ace celebrates "This

Model Music: Hop Hop Records, Matt Duncan, Idiot Glee

BY KAKIE URCH (photo by Mick Jeffries) It’s coming up on the Year of the Rabbit, but it already has been the year of Hop Hop in Lexington music. And

This Year’s Models: Who Will They Be?

Who are This Year's Models in Lexington? Model Citizens? Visionaries? Innovators? Big Thinkers who are also long on Action?  Every year, Ace celebrates "This Year's Models" with a

This Year’s Models: Who Revitalized Lex 2009. Buster’s. 12.18.2009

View PDF First, Take the Dog. Clark and Jessica Case and the New Buster's This year’s model is a cement dog — and his new owners. by Kakie Urch Every year, Ace

This Year’s Models: Who Revitalized Lexington 2009, Becca Self

View PDF THIS YEAR'S MODELS 2009: Ace's Annual Highlight of Lexington's Model Citizens Making a Difference. The 2009 Class is Clark and Jessica Case, proprietors of Buster's; Coach Calipari,

This Year’s Models Part 2 12.18.2008 part2

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Jim Embry is Ace’s This Year’s Model, 2007

page 8 ACE Weekly December 20, 2007 This Year's Model 2007. Eco-Activist Jim Embry Greens Up the Bluegrass in Lexington, Kentucky Words on the page never seem to do justice

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Bruce Almighty! Lexington’s Bruce Burris is This Year’s Model Citizen

Bruce Almighty Lexington Artist Bruce Burris is this Year's Model (Citizen) "It's almost as though consumers have moved on because mainstream media has abdicated its responsibility...What are we, canaries?

This Year’s Models: Michael Geneve 12.2003

On October 1,2003, Ace's longtime art director, Michael Geneve, left Lexington for the Peace Corps (after thoughtfully and responsibly providing a year's notice and devoting the time to



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