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Ace Summer Guide: Lexington Movie Series 2015

AT THE MOVIES Need something to cleanse the palate after that steady diet of summer blockbusters? There’s a movie series for nearly every day of the week in Lexington this Summer, whether you’re looking for a classic, a cult indie, […]

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FILM: ‘Burning Kentucky’ is Homegrown Effort

‘Burning Kentucky’ Building Bridges: Local film in progress recognizes community in the Commonwealth by Atanas Golev  “My priority has always been to make Kentucky look like the magical place that


Movie Times for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day 2014, Lexington KY

Movie times for Lexington KY, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2014 (movie times are subject to change) Lexington's Kentucky Theatre will be showing holiday classics in the smaller State

Lauren in the Actors Guild of Lexington's King Lear (Nov 2013).

Lexington native to appear on CBS’s Criminal Minds

Lexington native and Sayre grad, actress Lauren Albert, has a small role in an upcoming episode of CBS's Criminal Minds, scheduled to air on November 5 (check local

October Ace Calendar

Ace Picks: Lexington KY Calendar October 9 — 15

Welcome to this week's Ace Picks Events Calendar for Lexington, Kentucky — Ace’s highly curated and selective to do list for the next seven days in the bluegrass


Movies: Boyhood

by Raj Ranade  The great movies so often want to wallop us with the passage of time. Some filmmakers try to do so through grand compressions - think of

life itself

MOVIES: Life Itself

It would be difficult for today's digital natives to imagine just how influential a thumbs up or thumbs down from Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel could be on

Obvious child

MOVIES: Obvious Child

The first question everyone will ask about Obvious Child, is: does it live up to its buzz as the funniest abortion comedy you'll see this year? Well, as


MOVIES: Godzilla

By Raj Ranade The central problem that many people seem to have with the latest film version of Godzilla is that it doesn’t have quite enough Godzilla (which, as



Method and Madness Russell Crowe serves Ham for Easter in Aronofsky’s Noah BY RAJ RANADE Say what you will about Hollywood – how many other industries would even think of investing

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