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Robyn Peterman Zahn: Hell on Heels hits e-readers in September

If Robyn Peterman Zahn had to choose between being the world’s most successful actress and the world’s most successful author… she wouldn’t. “None of the above,” is her answer. “I loved being an actress and LOVE being an author, but […]

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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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North Limestone Group Awarded Grant Funding Cultural Plan

Is North Lime the new Jefferson in Lexington? The latest news out of the neighborhood comes courtesy of the National Endowment for the Arts who has announced that it

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Groundbreaking for Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden Celebrates Unsung Hero of Kentucky Racing

It’s been a long road for the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden but on Monday, July 14, 2014 ground was broken on the community park which will celebrate

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Rigorous and Adventurous: UK Art Museum’s new director Stuart Horodner settles in

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Moveable Feast Lexington celebrates 15 years

THE KITCHEN IS STILL OPEN: Moveable Feast Lexington celebrates fifteen years of delivering meals and saving lives By Bianca Spriggs In the United States, where almost half of our food

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North Limestone’s Institute 193 To Release Book Highlighting Gallery’s Southern Artists

On June 1, Lexington's Institute 193 will release a new book highlighting the work of some 18 artists that the North Limestone gallery has played host to since

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Civil Discourse: Are the required readings ‘morally sound’?

By Leif Erickson "Under certain circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer." - Mark Twain I have, over the years, occasionally debated with some

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Hunter S. Thompson inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame

By Kakie Urch In the Kentucky spring, young men’s heads turn to horseracing and bourbon, just as they did in the spring of 1970, when the young Louisville man

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Love and Basketball: Nick Stump shares big blue memories

LOVE AND BASKETBALL ‘They never give a hillbilly a break’ by Michael Stamper  My Uncle Clayton Adams was a great man. While most of the men in my family had gone



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