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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 truck work group, with all parties represented. Brick and mortars, food trucks, […]

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Ibrahim Jadoon is a Centre College graduating senior and Fulbright Scholar.

Six Blocks from bin Laden Compound: Centre senior reflects on path from Pakistan to KY graduation

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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

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How to Vote for Lexington in the Bloomberg Mayor’s Challenge

Lexington Herald-Leader announces paywall, new subscription options

Herald-Leader’s new paywall Dec. 4: Expected, and worth it

BY KAKIE URCH Mark Twain always said....OK, all together now.... "When I die, I want to be in Kentucky, because everything there always happens 20 years later."  Well, it has

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Food Trucks Now: What Lexington Needs

This article appears on page 6 of the May 10 print edition of Ace Weekly. Streets and Eats Will Lexington Free the Food Trucks? “City governments across the country are

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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

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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



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