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Response to Walter May’s Criticism of the Mill Street Ped Mall

It was interesting to read Walter May’s criticism of the Mill Street pedestrian mall in the Herald Leader on Friday July 3rd , 2009.  To some extent he has had some say in the planning of the city over the […]

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LexPatriate Heather C. Watson Moves Back to Lex (p18)

[Page 18 of the July 2 issue of Ace, on stands now.] Lexpatriate Moves Back by Heather C. Watson We moved back to

What Lexington Needs: The New Bluegrass Special

Did you or your parents ever ride the passenger trains in Kentucky before service was discontinued? Share your stories in

Craig Cammack’s “Fairness for All in Lex”

Fairness for All in Lex By Craig Cammack “You gotta give them hope.” -Harvey Milk Pride and Fairness Gain Strength in Kentucky

The Sunday Paper Discussion. Creative Class

The Sunday Paper Discussion: “Creative…” It’s not just for Accountants Anymore! [the image is Willie Davis, David Schankula, and Mayor Newberry from

Why CentrePointe Wouldn’t Work (Even if it Wasn’t a Lie)

by Keegan Frank, Staff FreedomWriter Friday afternoon, I had the rare opportunity to walk through one of my favorite cities: Pittsburgh,

Democracy, Rainbows and Sidewalks by Kakie Urch

Democracy, rainbows and sidewalks By Kakie Urch It was four-and-a-half hours of democracy. And depending on where you stand, live, walk or

One Less Car

-by Andrew Wyllie The decision by our city council to take the federal grant money and install the sidewalks

Tangled Webb

by Rob Morris At the Lexington Forum last week, CentrePointe’s developer spun a dazzling and dizzying tale about the history and

Lexington = London During the War?

Last Tuesday, Mayor Newberry honored the veterans of World War II at the city council meeting, ahead of the anniversary

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