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Latitude: Performance Art and Ritual in Lexington

This article also appears on page 12 of the January 24, 2013 print edition of Ace. Latitude Artist Community the day to day use of performance art and ritual Compiled

Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas Extravaganza

Brian Setzer Christmas show at Singletary: Rockettes for the Rock Set. Just Go!

By Kakie Urch Ace Contributing Editor If you are wondering if you should go to The Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas concert December 7 at the Singletary Center, the answer is

Cheyenne Marie Mize

Cheyenne Mize: 3-fingered bloody guitar, Wayne Coyne and playing in Lexington

BY KAKIE URCH Cheyenne Marie Mize (iTunes), the extraordinary young folksinger and instrumentalist from Louisville, is wheeling into town for a local gig at Cosmic Charlie's on Saturday, August

Bonnie Prince Billy plays Cosmic Charlie's July 7,2012

Bonnie Prince Billy plays Appalshop benefit at Cosmic Charlie’s Saturday

BY KAKIE URCH Two things very Kentucky Proud (though not edible) come together this Saturday at Cosmic Charlie's as Will Oldham, best known as "Bonnie Prince Billy," plays a

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Catching up with Lexington Theatre Vet, Robert Parks Johnson

Around the Bend in 2012 "2011 was the year my Doc told me I don't have cancer any more" by Robert Parks Johnson In some ways, 2011 was a hard

UK Theatre onstage in NYC

The transition from the battlefield to life back home is a long road for our war veterans. The documentary drama “civilian,” based on oral history interviews of veterans

On the Fringe: UK Theatre to take stage in NYC

This story also appears on page 14 of the August 4 print edition of Ace. The transition from the battlefield to life back home is a long road

Hitting Stands Now: Road to HONK for the March Madness Marching Band

cover photo courtesy Jennifer Miller The Feb 10 issue of Ace is on stands now.In this issue, you'll find a preview of the March Madness Marching Band's Road

A Diggable Planet: Project SEE Theatre brings Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz to Lexington

By Bianca SpriggsWe will leave some traces, for we are people and not cities—Ionesco, The ChairsSteven Dietz is lying to you. You think you’re going to see



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