In the acknowledgements of her new book, All That Is Bitter and Sweet: A Memoir, Ashley Judd says, “If one person who reads this book receives the suggestion that a simple and practical plan of action can lead you to a God of your own understanding, relieve you of the burdens of your past, and help you to live as God intended, precious, empowered, and free, then in my opinon, the book is as successful as Kentucky’s 1996 National Championship team.” Read more about the new book in this week’s Ace.
On page 4, you can read about how UK’s Wes Brooks got the team at Color to convert S. Limestone into a Big Blue technology lab during last Saturday’s UK/UConn game. Page 5 is Christina Noll’s interview with UK Grad, Google’s Matt Cutts.
Raj’s interview with Drive-By Truckers is on page 14 in advance of their Friday/Saturday gigs at Buster’s.
Chef Tom goes big blue (crabs) at Lexington Seafood on page 13. And, as always, you’ll find the week’s Gigs, Calendar Picks, Classifieds, Movie Clock, Astrology and more.
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