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Ace Interview with Sharyn McCrumb: New Book is Moving Mountains

BY CHRISTEE MITCHELLSharyn McCrumb begins her newest book, The Ballad of Frankie Silver, with a quote from In Cold Blood's executed killer Perry Smith,...

Apathy at University of Kentucky. Except for War.

Complaints about Lexington abound. "Only in place like this would you go to the Nagasaki Inn and order a burger," laments UK senior...

Ace Letters to the Editor 4.1.1998 Aylesford, “hysteric preservation”, Roe v....

True Stories Right off, I want to let you know how much I enjoyed (if that's the word for it) the article on Roe vs....

Fate of Kentucky Animal Shelter Bill HB471 Uncertain

There may be "salvation in Salvisa" for animals that find themselves without a home (according to a recent ACE cover story), but the same...

News and Notes: Lexington and Bluegrass Region 4.1.1998

BY TODD PICCIRILLI On the Road Again "Growth is Good" stickers are plastered on the bumpers and windows of several Lexington vehicles, but it's obvious that...

ARTS: Lecture brings international photographer to UK

P I C T U R ET H I S... Lecture series brings international photographer to UKBy Kara FitzgeraldMichael Kenna has virtually perfected the art...

Lights, Action, Corpses: 100 Proof, locally-inspired film of murder spree, comes...

BY ROB HULSMANThe truth is stranger than fiction, that's what Flannery O'Connor said, and it's the truth, especially down here.And the truth did get...

Here Come the Blueberries 01.21.1998

Ace coverstory January 21, 1998. Photos by Forrest Payne for Ace. Never Mind the Rancor: Here Come the Blueberries!"My brother gave me a present...

Diversity and Unity Activities in Lexington, KY, Black History Month, 1998

January 15 (Thursday)---Jazz and the African American Struggle for Freedom. 7-9 pm, Black and Williams Center, 498 Georgetown St. (Information from 1/7/98 Ace MagazineJanuary...

Kentucky Theater’s Mighty Wurlitzer Funding Campaign

 Pipe Dreams Local Group Hopes to Restore to the Kentucky Theatre its Original Mighty Wurlitzer By: Will MurphyYe portals bright, high and majestic, open to our...