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What Lexington Needs: Food Trucks

Food Trucks: Keeping Austin Weird By RL Reeves Jr In Austin, Texas where I live, we have more than 1500 food trucks scattered all over the city, vending every style of food from Vietnamese Pho to barbecue to fried chicken […]

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Bully movie, Lexington’s Kentucky Theatre, panel discussion

New documentary, Bully, opens at Lexington's Kentucky Theater followed by panel discussion.  BULLY opens at the Kentucky Theater, Friday, April 20, at 7:25 p.m.  Following the screening, a panel

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Photographer Shelby Lee Adams in New York Times

Kentucky-born photographer Shelby Lee Adams' new book, Salt and Truth,  was prominently featured in the Sunday November 13 New York Times. (Click here for the "Of Kentucky" slideshow

Webbs Squander Goodwill (and the only hole they’re digging…)

Over the past few months, the Webbs have tried to get real friendly. They tried to invest in good will. They tried to change their tune. They tried

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The Rupp Arena Public Meeting — an overview of current thinking

BY DAVID SCHANKULA Early on at Buster's last night, Stan Harvey put up a slide of an old Adolph Rupp quote about opportunity and told the crowd it was

A NEW HOPE? — The Webbs Open Up on CentrePointe

This article appears on Page 4 of the June 16th issue of ACE.By David M. F. Schankula***On Thursday, June 2nd, three hundred people packed an old courtroom at

Transy’s Evolving Role Downtown

On the late April weekend on which Transylvania University inaugurated its 25th President, the festivities were perhaps overshadowed by the announcement that the University of Kentucky had finalized

Trolley Shuttle to Saturday Farmers Market

Lexington's Colt Trolley posted a tweet early this morning, "Ride with us to the Farmers' Market. 10 am to 1 pm ride the blue route, with a special

Is Commerce Lexington the pro-coal, anti-union wing of LFUCG that decides economic policy?

by David SchankulaWith the revelations from ProgressLex this past week that the soon-to-be unveiled economic strategy report prepared by Angelou Economics for Commerce Lexington and the city of

Post Election guest opinion by Dr. Nick Kouns

Politics and Civility for 2011 While the midterm elections are over and this gives me a sweet relief that I do not think I could even come close



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