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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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What We Ate: Life stories in food, by Susie Bell

What We Ate: Life stories told from the table By Susie Bell Until I was nearly 11 years old, suppertime involved a careful exercise of running my tongue through each bite

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Appalachian Slumming

Ronni Lundy wrote a response to the photo "essay" recently published on the Oxford American website, "Eyes on the South: Stacy Kranitz." BY RONNI LUNDY The southern Appalachians have

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“This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things!” Food Trucks Now, Lexington

Years in the making, Lexington's Food Truck Pilot Program is almost ready to hit the streets — after months of spirited debate at LFUCG and within the food

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Governor’s Veto Falls. HB 279 Passes in Kentucky

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Black History Month Influencers: Kelly Norman Ellis’s Facebook Challenge

BY KAKIE URCH On the first Day of Black History Month, 2013, the great poet Kelly Norman Ellis (who received her PhD in African American Literature and Creative Writing

You Don’t Know Dick: Will Councilman Dick DeCamp take free pubs off Lexington streets?

Click here to read the PDF of page 5. Ace 8.21.2008 Free the Press in Lexington.   Is this the 'Best' Lexington can do? Want Ace on Lexington streets? Tell DickD@lfucg.com Councilmen

Ace Editorial 01.16.2003

  Burden of Proof So that's the game? We have to lie to get redemption? -The Practice   After spending a couple months trodding the rumor mill, post-arrest, I'm now allowed to go

Happy New Year From the Editor: 2003

Happy New Year  It's all just a random lottery of meaningless tragedy and a series of near escapes. So I take pleasure in the details. You know a quarter-pounder

Food: Hoppin John for Luck on New Year’s

Hoppin' John New Year's kicked off at my house, as it always does, with hoppin' john. My concoction bears absolutely no relationship to the traditional version-but my friends and



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