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Secretariat Premieres at Kentucky Theatre

“A quote was shared with me from Steve Jobs who said, ‘When you have a brand, it’s like a bank account. With every offering, you’re either making a withdrawal or a deposit on the brand…I feel like these kinds of […]

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Thoroughbred Documentary, Beyond the Stone Fences, airs

2009 TOBA Awards at Spendthrift Farm All thoughts turn to horses in September in Lexington, Kentucky. TOBA, the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association, will host its 25th annual

Restrepo Screening at Fort Campbell

IAVA will present a series of free screenings of Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's documentary, Restrepo, at various military installations, including Fort Campbell, KY on July 14,

Kentucky Wine documentary earns national honors

[You can read Ace's Nov 5, 2009 coverstory on Vintage Kentucky: The Vine to Wine Experience, here ]A documentary about Kentucky’s emerging wine industry has won three

Sexington. Sex and the City Retrospective 05.29.2008

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Lexington Filmmaker Tom Thurman’s latest, John Ford Goes to War

John Ford Goes To War Local Filmmaker Spotlights Hollywood Legend's Service During W.W.II By Patrick Reed   It’s Mace Montana from Big Top Pee-Wee! Lexington's Tom Thurman has forged a successful career as a

Now Playing: Drive In Lovers Unite, by Mick Jeffries

Ace August 23, 2001. stories and photos BY MICK JEFFRIES "The speaker doesn't work, but your voice sounds much better." --"Drive-In," sung by Love Jones The neon marquee at the Bourbon Drive-in

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Someone Like Her: What’s Cookin’ with Kentucky’s Sweetheart, Ashley Judd

Ace coverstory. Ashley Judd. March 29, 2001 BY BERT OSBORNE To paraphrase an age-old query, how do you keep someone down on the farm once they've seen the bright

Clooney is Ulysses? Coens make movie making mythic with O Brother, by Mick Jeffries

Ace January 11, 2011 BY MICK JEFFRIES "We're in a tight spot!" exclaims chain gang escapee Ulysses Everett McGill in the depression-era O Brother Where Art Thou?, the latest entrée

Lights, Action, Corpses: 100 Proof, locally-inspired film of murder spree, comes to Lexington

BY ROB HULSMAN The truth is stranger than fiction, that's what Flannery O'Connor said, and it's the truth, especially down here. And the truth did get mighty strange and grisly



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