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ArtFields honors local Southeastern artists, calls for Kentuckians

Calling all local Kentucky-based artists, ArtFields is now accepting applications for its 2020 Southeastern art competition through November 1. For those who are unfamiliar, ArtFields...

McLeod’s, a new coffee house in Lexington, prepares special needs employees...

In a city with no shortage of local coffee shops, how does one shop differentiate itself from others? For McLeod’s Coffee House, it’s about...

The Ace Nineteen Project: The Sequel to Ace Eleven

Hey Nineteen The Sequel to Ace Eleven If the economy is judged (as many suggest) by the number of construction cranes you see in a given...

Vitale Buford’s new memoir on the high cost of perfection

Poison Pill By Kristina Rosen  Vitale Buford is relaxing at Martine's Pastries at the exact table where she sat and wrote her book, Addicted to Perfect,...

October is ‘Move It’ month for Lexington

Sewell, an engineer and owner at Gresham Smith, is collaborating with the Lexington Area MPO in his role as the project manager for Town Branch Commons Project.

What happened to Nash’s Southern?

Earlier today, Nash's Southern Table & Bar announced on Facebook they would be closing their doors immediately. The southern comfort food restaurant was located...

The Garage, a new neighborhood bar, offers camaraderie

What used to be a former 1927 Texaco gas station repair shop has transformed into the newest (and only) neighborhood bar on Leestown Road...

ItalX, new Italian restaurant by Lundy and Cox, coming to City...

The secret is finally out. The dynamic duo of Chef Jonathan Lundy and Certified Sommelier TJ Cox, co-owners of Corto Lima, are combining their...

Guidelines for Ace Palindrome Project 2019

At 9:19 am and at 9:19 pm on 9.19.19, we invite Ace readers to stop what they’re doing, for one moment, and take a...

Let’s get this bread, Southeastern Grain Gathering coming to Lexington

The 2019 Southeastern Grain Gathering is happening at The UK Horticulture Research Farm on Sunday, September 15 and Monday, September 16. Typically held at the Bread Lab at Washington State University, this event is making its way to Kentucky this year to support the work being done by the UK Department of Agriculture.