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What’s Open, What’s Closed, Snow Day Feb 16, in Lexington!

I think the worst is over…unless we have more snow… -(then) Kentucky Governor Paul Patton, 1994   Forecasts have predicted that today’s snowstorm (February 16, 2015) will rival Lexington’s 1994 snow event that crippled the city, when a 17-inch snowfall […]

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Kentucky native Chris Offutt’s next memoir featured in NYT Magazine

Pornography paid for Chris Offutt's childhood orthodontic care, his football, and later, his mother's philosophy degree and master's in English. On Sunday, February 8, New York Times Magazine

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When will the Disco Kroger (on Euclid) re-open? Food Desert to end soon.

Food Desert to End Soon Our long national nightmare is over; Disco Kroger (now Fort Kroger) to re-open in January BY BRIAN S. POWERS As the Euclid Kroger nears completion, more

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The Year in UK Privatized Dining

Food for Thought on UK’s Privatized Dining by Atanas Golev Spilled Milk A multinational corporation that extends to 22 countries has been in charge of dining at the largest land-grant university

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What’s Open, What’s Closed, Labor Day 2014

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government offices will be closed on Monday. September 1, 2014. The Lexington Recycling Center, the city’s Electronic Recycling Center and the Haley Pike Waste Management

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PHOTOS: Woodland Art Fair 2014

It's that time of the year again: the annual Woodland Art Fair is this weekend August 16-17, 2014. As any loyal Ace reader will know, the Woodland Art Fair

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All the News Fit to Drink: Lexington’s August 2014 Beer Calendar

By Atanas Golev Those of you who are over-21 can turn your August into Beergust with our compilation of this month's beer-centered events. Weekly Events: If you need your growler refilled,

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Growing Pains: As a Campus Grows, Its Landscape Changes

By Patrick O’Dowd Anyone who has walked, biked, or driven around Lexington has surely noticed that the city is in a heightened moment of architectural change. With Centre Pointe,

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The Tenacity of Learning: On the tug of war of classroom education

By Leif Erickson The student and the teacher experience dread over similar things. No one whistles on the way to school on all-day testing days, for instance. And no one

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Back to School Advice: Be Curious

By Melynda Price Although I have seen it parodied in film, I did not understand the frustration of a small child repetitively asking, “Why?” until I had one. They



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