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This article also appears on page 4 of the Oct 2, 2014 issue of Ace.

Lexington Parking: Problem or Perception?

Parking: Problem or Perception? By Brian S. Powers Ask anyone about parking in downtown Lexington and you’re liable to get a lengthy opinion. Similar to climate change, presidential approval and UK basketball, downtown parking is a subject that no one seems […]

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2014 Lexington Thriller & Halloween Parade To Take Over Downtown

Thriller 13th in ‘14: Zombies to take over downtown By Heather Chapman Thirteen may be an unlucky number, but not for the organizers of Lexington’s annual Thriller Parade: 2014 marks

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Photos: KY Governor’s Mansion, A Century of Music

On Saturday, September 20, a Centennial Celebration recognized one hundred years of music at the Kentucky Governor's Mansion. The nonpartisan event featured the University of Kentucky College of Fine

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Bluegrass Area Fall Festivals 2014

Looking for somewhere to get away over the weekend? Somewhere far away, but not too far away? We present to you our “fall harvest” of Fall Festivals in

John  Gohmann was one of the brave volunteers that accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge… in a suit and tie, no less.

Lexington’s Financial District Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge made its way to Lexington’s financial district. On Friday, August 29th, eleven bank presidents, several Lexington business executives, and several other brave volunteers

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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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Lexington Distillery District’s newest entries: a sneak peek

Lexington residents got their first glimpse of renovations taking place in the old James E. Pepper distillery on Manchester Street on Tuesday, August 12. The event showcased Mark Jensen’s

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Lexington Adjacent: Paris (KY) Grows Up

By Patrick O’Dowd Growing up in Paris, everyone joked about how parking your truck behind the McDonalds was the height of entertainment. Well, that, and wandering around Wal-Mart. To say

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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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