|Chris Bailey’s forecast: Severe storms possible todayKentucky.com / 1 h. 6 min. ago more|
e have a potent cold front sweeping across the bluegrass state, and this will bring the potential for severe weather. This is being pushed by another taste of September temps … Click to Continue »
|Time to ham it up at Kentucky State FairKentucky.com / 5 h. 46 min. ago more|
It's time to ham it up at the Kentucky State Fair. The Kentucky Farm Bureau will hold the 54th annual Country Ham Breakfast and Auction on Thursday at the Kentucky … Click to Continue »
|July births at Louisville hospital the most in 10 yearsKentucky.com / 5 h. 48 min. ago more|
A maternity ward at the University of Louisville Hospital had its busiest month in 10 years. The university says in a news release that 200 babies were born at the … Click to Continue »
|Pedestrian killed by car during eclipse in KentuckyLexington News / 11 h. 28 min. ago more|
Trooper Jody Sims says in a news release that the car crossed the center line and hit a utility pole and two women on a sidewalk in Hyden. Media outlets report the pedestrians had been watching the partial eclipse.
|After 40 years, Fort Knox opens famed vault to civiliansKentucky.com / 12 h. 48 min. ago more|
Inside the famed vaults at Fort Knox, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell held a 27-pound gold bar in his hands Monday as part of the first civilian delegation to see … Click to Continue »
|Police: Vehicle hits Kentucky eclipse watchers killing woman - WRDW-TVGoogle News / 13 h. 30 min. ago more|
WRDW-TVPolice: Vehicle hits Kentucky eclipse watchers killing womanWRDW-TVThe accident also injured Rhonda Belcher, and a helicopter flew her to the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Accident reconstruction units are on scene investigating the incident. State Police believe the victims were watching the eclipse when ...Police: Vehicle hits Leslie Co. eclipse watchers, killing womanWKYTCar strikes 2 women watching eclipse, 1 diesWSLSKSP: 2 women watching eclipse hit by car, 1 deadWTVQGlobalnews.caall 31 news articles »
|Eclipse parties, events draw large crowds in Central KentuckyKentucky.com / 15 h. 30 min. ago more|
Many local residents preferred watching the eclipse in a group at various viewing parties and events Monday. Gatherings occurred at Thoroughbred Park in downtown Lexington, the Kentucky Horse Park, Fayette … Click to Continue »
|Lexington KY News | WKYT wximage 87°F Clear 88° 72° Lexington, KY BrandToggle navigation Weather News Sports ... - WYMT News (press release)Google News / 18 h. 19 min. ago more|
WYMT News (press release)Lexington KY News | WKYT wximage 87°F Clear 88° 72° Lexington, KY BrandToggle navigation Weather News Sports ...WYMT News (press release)HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (WKYT/WYMT) - Orchardale Farm is buzzing with excitement. The farm, located in Hopkinsville, is serving as ground zero for "Eclipseville" festivities. Hopkinsville is the exact point of greatest eclipse; People there will not only be ...Solar eclipse dazzles viewers in Hopkinsville and LexingtonLexington Herald LeaderNASA sets up in Hopkinsville ahead of total solar eclipseWKYTall 105 news articles »
|Hundreds take advantage of viewing spots in Lexington - WKYTGoogle News / 18 h. 30 min. ago more|
WKYTHundreds take advantage of viewing spots in LexingtonWKYTLEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - A big line formed at Thoroughbred Park on Monday morning. The park is one of the Eclipse viewing sites being hosted by the city of Lexington. While Lexington won't experience a total eclipse, it will be pretty close at 95%.Communities Gather For Eclipse Viewing Parties - LEX18.com | Continuous News and StormTracker WeatherLEX18 Lexington KY Newsall 3 news articles »
|Glasgow's Kelly Craft is 1st female U.S. Ambassador to CanadaLexington News / 20 h. 25 min. ago more|
Glasgow's Kelly Craft is 1st female U.S. Ambassador to Canada By Woody Maglinger Frankfort, KY - In a ceremony held at the Governor's Mansion today, Gov. Matt Bevin swore in Kelly Craft as the U.S. Ambassador to Canada. She will be the first female to fill that post.
|Here's where Lexington's unwanted Confederate monuments should go. - Lexington Herald Leader (blog)Google News / 20 h. 57 min. ago more|
Lexington Herald Leader (blog)Here's where Lexington's unwanted Confederate monuments should go.Lexington Herald Leader (blog)Unless state government creates some kind of park for unwanted Confederate monuments, I suspect the Kentucky Military Heritage Commission, which must approve the Urban County Council's request to move the Morgan and Breckinridge statues from ...and more »
|Last minute rush to get Eclipse glasses leads to long lines - WKYTGoogle News / 21 h. 11 min. ago more|
WKYTLast minute rush to get Eclipse glasses leads to long linesWKYTLEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Schlotzsky's Deli on Tiverton Drive off Nicholasville Road is getting into Eclipse fever. There was a line wrapped around the building with people trying to get Eclipse glasses Monday morning. The restaurant manager says they ...
|Total Solar Eclipse Events in Lexington & Richmond - WTVQGoogle News / 21 h. 27 min. ago more|
WTVQTotal Solar Eclipse Events in Lexington & RichmondWTVQLEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Thousands of people are heading to the towns in the direct line of Monday's eclipse to get the best view. If you're staying closer to home, there are plenty of options for enjoying the eclipse. The Living Arts and Science Center.and more »
|Woman falls from Cumberland Falls observation pointKentucky.com / 23 h. 28 min. ago more|
A woman in Whitley County survived following a fall from an observation point at Cumberland Falls on Sunday. The woman is recovering from a broken leg, according to LEX 18, … Click to Continue »
|Eclipse glasses tough to find - WKYTGoogle News / 1 d. 8 h. 7 min. ago more|
WKYTEclipse glasses tough to findWKYTLEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - For those of you who aren't traveling to western Kentucky, you can still watch the eclipse in Lexington. You just need those specially-filtered glasses. "We received them in about two months ago and they just sat here," Jeff ...
|Brandenburg takes a stand for preservation in culture war over Confederate statuesKentucky.com / 1 d. 9 h. 18 min. ago more|
The leaders in this small town said they wanted history to be preserved, not erased, so they piled into a car last summer for what they considered an important mission: … Click to Continue »
|Man rescued after falling 75 feet off cliff in Menifee CountyKentucky.com / 1 d. 11 h. 11 min. ago more|
Search and rescue teams say a 23-year-old man fell 75-feet from a cliff in Menifee County on Saturday night. The call to search and rescue teams in the area did … Click to Continue »
|Rabobank Best of The Country - 19th August 2017Lexington News / 1 d. 11 h. 38 min. ago more|
It's the Best of The Country with Jamie Mackay and Rabobank. Every week Jamie picks his favourite interviews for your enjoyment.
|Week ahead: Chevy Chase Street Fair, First day of classes at UK and moreKentucky.com / 1 d. 13 h. 32 min. ago more|
Monday The solar eclipse is finally here The total eclipse can be viewed from Oregon to South Carolina, a path of totality that includes Kentucky. In Lexington you will be … Click to Continue »
|Spectrum officials to talk, take questions at Thursday public meetingKentucky.com / 1 d. 13 h. 45 min. ago more|
Spectrum officials are scheduled to speak and take questions during a Thursday public meeting about the cable company’s service in Fayette County. Since January the city of Lexington has logged … Click to Continue »
|Riot at Boyd County jail leads to relocation of 70 jail inmatesKentucky.com / 1 d. 20 h. 52 min. ago more|
About 70 jail inmates had to be relocated following a Saturday night riot at the Boyd County jail. The riot happened at about 11:30 p.m., according to a press release … Click to Continue »
|A high school dropout goes from custodian to teacherLexington News / 2 d. 0 h. 52 min. ago more|
In this Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017 photo, teacher Lowell Outland, right, greets Sarah Hornback, a 17-year-old senior, who is excited to learn that she will have him as her teacher, on the first day of school at Tates Creek High School, in Lexington, Ky. Lowell Outland was a custodian at Tates Creek High School for seven years, a high school dropout who dreamed of becoming a teacher.
|Lexington could owe police, fire pension funds millions moreLexington News / 2 d. 18 h. 16 min. ago more|
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Kentucky Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from the city of Lexington this week. That means a state Court of Appeals decision ordering the case back to the circuit court will stand.
|‘There’s no fixing it.’ As coal falls, Appalachian schools face dire choices.Kentucky.com / 2 d. 20 h. 44 min. ago more|
Knott County Public Schools Superintendent Kim King said that despite a “distinguished” state rating, she doesn’t have any money for new programs and is wondering how she’s going to pay … Click to Continue »
|Experience the solar eclipse safely -Lexington News / 3 d. 5 h. 17 min. ago more|
Excitement has been building about the Aug. 21 solar eclipse in Kentucky. It is a rare, wonderful natural phenomenon, yet one that should be experienced safely.
|High school custodian earns degree to become teacherLexington News / 3 d. 9 h. 54 min. ago more|
After spending seven years working as a custodian at a Kentucky high school, Lowell Outland walked back into the same school as a full-time teacher on Wednesday. Outland, 59, is now teaching many of the same students who saw him cleaning the campus and helping them on field trips at Tates Creek High School in Lexington.
|Predator actor Sonny Landham dies aged 76Lexington News / 3 d. 12 h. 15 min. ago more|
Sonny Landham, the muscular action-movie actor who co-starred in Predator and 48 Hrs, has died. He was 76. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/article36047394.ece/46db5/AUTOCROP/h342/PANews%20BT_P-d3fff0bb-d52c-442f-a4a1-897614ea7acc_I1.jpg Sonny Landham, the muscular action-movie actor who co-starred in Predator and 48 Hrs, has died.
|Gov. Matt Bevin Swears In Ambassador Kelly CraftLexington News / 3 d. 12 h. 15 min. ago more|
In a ceremony held at the Governor's Mansion Friday, Gov. Matt Bevin swore in Kelly Craft as the U.S. Ambassador to Canada. She will be the first female to fill that post.
|A Calm Summer Weekend AheadLexington News / 3 d. 14 h. 29 min. ago more|
The cold front has passed and now drier and cooler air is working in. The air outside has a more comfortable feeling, despite the fact that we are squarely in the 80s this afternoon.
|Fate of Lexington's Confederate statues lies with Kentucky military ... - Lexington Herald LeaderGoogle News / 3 d. 14 h. 37 min. ago more|
Lexington Herald LeaderFate of Lexington's Confederate statues lies with Kentucky military ...Lexington Herald LeaderThe fate of two Confederate statues on the grounds of the former Fayette County courthouse will ultimately be decided by a little-known state commission that ...and more »
|Lexington council wants statues moved. Meet the obscure board that could overrule them.Kentucky.com / 3 d. 14 h. 39 min. ago more|
Lexington’s leaders spoke with one voice Thursday about the need to remove two Confederate statues from the grounds of the former Fayette County courthouse, but the decision ultimately lies with … Click to Continue »
|How and Where to Watch Eclipse 2017 in Lexington KY - Ace WeeklyGoogle News / 3 d. 16 h. 8 min. ago more|
Ace WeeklyHow and Where to Watch Eclipse 2017 in Lexington KYAce WeeklySo, you've heard about the Solar Eclipse 2017. Lexington will experience a 94 percent partial eclipse beginning at 1pm and reach maximum coverage at 2:30pm. The next solar eclipse isn't til 2024; plan accordingly. If you already have your special ...Reputable Vendors of Solar Filters & Viewers | Solar Eclipse Across America - August 21, 2017Solar Eclipse Across America - American Astronomical SocietyHow to View the 2017 Solar Eclipse SafelyNASA/JPL Edu Newsall 5,005 news articles »
|How and Where to Watch Eclipse 2017 in Lexington KYAce Weekly / 3 d. 16 h. 48 min. ago more|
So, you’ve heard about the Solar Eclipse 2017. Lexington will experience a 94 percent partial eclipse beginning at 1pm and reach maximum coverage at 2:30pm. The next solar eclipse isn’t til 2024; plan accordingly. If you already have your special viewing glasses, you’re all set. If not, there’s still hope. Here’s a small sampling of Lexington Eclipse celebrations from A (Arboretum) to W (Willie’s). (Remember: Fayette County Schools are closed August 21. Drive safe!) The Arboretum on Alumni will provide “solar glasses for the first 100 participants and activities for all.” Bring your own blankets, chairs and snacks. Suggested donation: $2. The Kentucky Horse Park will provide free eclipse glasses to the first 250 visitors with paid admission on Monday. Lexington Parks and Rec is offering three locations to enjoy the view – McConnell Springs, Raven Run and Thoroughbred Park. “Complimentary glasses will be provided at all sites to make it safe to watch.” Lexington Public Library’s Farish Theatre downtown will offer NASA’s Eclipse Across America streaming. Lexington’s Living Arts and Science Center is celebrating the eclipse with hands-on activities and a live NASA feed tracking the eclipse throughout the country in the Planetarium. The Living Arts & Science Center’s science educators will lead students through art and science activities such as drawing a corona, making shadow puppets and sundials, solar oven demonstrations, making pinhole viewers and “Experience the 2017 Eclipse Across America” a live feed from NASA in the planetarium. This is a FREE event with FREE eclipse glasses for the first 300 visitors. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Teachers and care providers are encouraged to bring small groups with a reservation. (LASC is SOLD OUT OF GLASSES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.) Malone’s/ Harry’s/ Drake’s in Lexington will offer kids-eat-free with purchase of an adult entree from 11:15 am to 4 pm on Eclipse Day (dine-in, kids’ menu only). Mirror Twin is having a solar eclipse party, and will be selling safety glasses for $2.00 beginning at 1 pm to dine-in customers only. Crafts will be available for kids since Fayette County Schools are out for the day. At the University of Kentucky, The Physics and Astronomy Department will be handing out solar eclipse glasses and informational fliers for the partial solar eclipse on August 21, 1:30– 3 p.m. on Pieratt Fields (Johnson Center Fields). Willie’s will offer “FREE ISO certified Eclipse Glasses for the first 50!” along with “Special SPACE themed cocktails and food specials! Possible ALIEN ATTENDEES!” and a “Willie’s Eclipse Guarantee: The Moon will eclipse the Sun or YOUR MONEY BACK!” Subscribe to the Ace e-dition for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to your inbox.
|This lawmaker bought a luxury houseboat in 2004. He never paid a dime in property taxes.Kentucky.com / 3 d. 19 h. 15 min. ago more|
State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan failed to pay property taxes on his $350,000 houseboat for more than a decade, denying school districts and local governments thousands of dollars each year, … Click to Continue »
|NBC Claims it Won't 'Provide Platform' to White Supremacists...As it Does Just ThatLexington News / 3 d. 19 h. 15 min. ago more|
After Wednesday's NBC Nightly News devoted an entire report to elevating the racist views of a white nationalist, on Thursday's Today , correspondent Gabe Gutierrez claimed the network wanted to avoid promoting such offensive extremists: "Experts who track these groups say that they feel emboldened and are not going away. And while we don't want to provide a platform for these fringe voices, it's important to understand who they are."
|Police seek Kentucky man, shot victim in faceLexington News / 3 d. 23 h. 49 min. ago more|
Fayette County coroner Gary Ginn tells local news outlets that early Thursday morning Lexington police officers responded to a shooting in a mobile home and found blood on the scene. Police couldn't find the victim at first, but later discovered the body of a 25-year-old man inside a vehicle on another street.
|Ted L. Coe, 73, Russell County, KYLexington News / 4 d. 2 h. 17 min. ago more|
Ted L. Coe, 73, Russell County, KY He was a native of Jamestown, KY, and a resident of the county at the time of his death in Lexington, KY. He was a member of a large, respected family, the son of the late Charlie Ray Coe & Willa Angie Johnson Coe, and the widower of Charlie Ray Coe & Willa Angie Johnson Coe.
|Ky. city approves plan to move Confederate monumentsLexington News / 4 d. 6 h. 54 min. ago more|
Government leaders in Kentucky's second-largest city took a decisive stand Thursday night in favor of moving two Confederate statues from their prominent places outside a former courthouse being converted into a visitors center. honoring Confederate officers John Hunt Morgan and John C. Breckinridge won unanimous approval from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council after nearly three hours of public testimony that overwhelmingly supported the resolution.
|Lexington, Ky. approves plan to move Confederate monuments - CBS NewsGoogle News / 4 d. 8 h. 59 min. ago more|
CBS NewsLexington, Ky. approves plan to move Confederate monumentsCBS NewsLEXINGTON, Ky. -- Government leaders in Kentucky's second-largest city took a decisive stand Thursday night in favor of moving two Confederate statues from their prominent places outside a former courthouse being converted into a visitors center.'We still have work to do': Lexington council unanimously approves first step in moving Confederate monumentsThe Courier-JournalLexington, Ky. leaders vote to move 2 Confederate statuesWSAZ-TVOfficials in Lexington, Ky., Approve Plan to Move Confederate Monuments From Outside Former CourthouseThe RootNew York Times -Lexington Herald Leader -Lexington Herald Leader -Lexington Herald Leaderall 387 news articles »
|Real estate sales – August 2017Ace Weekly / 20 d. 14 h. 6 min. ago more|
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|Home and garden news – August 2017Ace Weekly / 20 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago more|
x Thursday, Aug. 3 The Fayette County Extension Service will host the workshop “Renovating Lawns” on Thursday, Aug. 3 at 6:30 p.m. Late summer is the best time to reseed lawns in Kentucky. This workshop will cover basic lawn care with an emphasis on how to best seed or renovate your existing lawn. To register or for more information, go to www.fayette.ca.uky.edu. Wednesday, Aug. 2 BGTdeTours will present a tour of the Miller House Wednesday, Aug. 2 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 832 Lochmere Place. This program is designed to provide tours of places you might not normally get to see, helping people interact with and learn about sites that make the Bluegrass special. For more information, go to www.facebook.com/bgtdetours/ Saturday, Aug. 5 “U-Pick Day on the Farm,” hosted by Green House17 will be held Saturday, Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4400 Briar Hill Rd, Lexington. The public is invited for some flower-pickin’ fun. This event will be held rain or shine and is family-friendly. Dozens of beautiful flower varieties will be available. Bring your own clippers. For a fee, fill up a bucket that you bring or one can be provided. Part of the proceeds from each bucket will help people harmed by intimate partner abuse. Wilson’s Nursery in Lexington will be hosting an edible flowers workshop on Saturday, Aug. 5, starting at 10:30 a.m. Take a tasty and up-close look at the culinary side of some favorite flowers. This workshop includes a specialty boxed luncheon featuring edible flowers from the Sage Garden Cafe. For more information, call 859.269.5795 or go to www.wilsonnurseriesky.com. Wilson’s Nursery in Lexington will be hosting a Do It Yourself Succulent Wreath workshop Saturday, Aug. 5 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Make a lush and living succulent centerpiece/wreath during this DIY workshop. Stay on trend with this 16″ indoor/outdoor wreath, filled with succulents of your choice. fee includes moss-covered wreath, succulents and expert instruction. For more information, call 859.269.5795 or go to www.wilsonnurseriesky.com. Thursday, Aug. 10 Crape Myrtles will be the focus of a workshop Thursday, Aug. 10 hosted at the Fayette County Extension Service, starting at 3 p.m. Although Kentucky is too far north to seriously grow these as trees, there are still many applications for crape myrtles grown as shrubs or pruned like giant perennials. Newer varieties have been selected for foliage color, compact size, longer bloom, disease resistance and fall color. The workshop will feature some varieties that have performed well in Kentucky. There will be a raffle for several plants as door-prizes. To register or for more information, go to www.fayette.ca.uky.edu. Saturday, Aug. 19 Home Seed Saving 101 will be held Saturday, Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. to noon. at Bluegrass Greensource. Green Living Lab is a new workshop series to help build the skills y to live more sustainably. Learn how to garden with an eye toward saving seeds of the veggies you love the most. Participants will receive envelopes and samples of seasonal seeds to start their collections. For registration and more visit www.BgGreensource.org. Tuesday, Aug. 22 Hydrangeas will take centerstage at a workshop Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fayette County Extension Service. Not to burst your bubble, but those giant pink and blue varieties tend to perform poorly in our climate. This workshop will open eyes to all the other wonderful hydrangeas that you might not know as well. This workshop will offer some tips that may improve the odds of success with the blue ones. There will be a raffle of the examples. To register or for more information, go to www.fayette.ca.uky.edu. Saturday, Aug. 26 The Building Institute of Central Kentucky will host the 2017 Tour of Remodeled Homes Aug. 26 and 27. This tour is your chance to gather ideas and view the workmanship of BIA Professional Remodelers. Homeowners throughout Lexington and Central Kentucky will open their doors to showcase their professionally remodeled homes, including whole-house remodels, bathroom design, kitchen transformations, outdoor living and more. For more information, go to www.biacentralky.com/tour-of-remodeled-homes. Tuesday, Aug. 29 Get away from traditional BBQ grill with the workshop “Kitchen Hacks – Food for Thought” Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. at the Fayette County Extension Service. Each class will teach the core techniques behind classic food to provide tasteful recipes that can duplicated at home. To register, go to www.fayette.ca.uky.edu.
|Ace Eats Out August 2017: Lexington Food and Restaurant NewsAce Weekly / 20 d. 14 h. 27 min. ago more|
NEWS Atomic Ramen, a ramen-inspired restaurant, will open in the Summit’s new local-centric food hall. Bar Louie is opening in Fayette Mall across from the Cheesecake Factory. It is a contemporary casual dining bar and restaurant chain. Bennigan’s has opened a franchise in Lexington on Athens Boonesboro Road. Buenos Nachos will fill the space vacated by Rincon on Euclid Ave. CoreLife Eatery is opening at The Summit. CoreLife Eatery is a chain built on clean, GMO free, healthy food. Double Dogs, a dog friendly and dog-themed restaurant, will open in the Justice Drive corridor of Hamburg this fall. New York Style pizza restaurant Grimaldi’s is opening at The Summit. This will be the first Lexington location and second location in Kentucky. Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken is coming soon to downtown in the space behind Carson’s. Limestone Pizza is opening across from Gatton College on the University of Kentucky Campus. This New York Style pizza restaurant is taking the place of the Pizza Hut that closed in February. Taziki’s is opening a second Lexington location at 1916 Justice Drive in Hamburg. World of Beer has opened at The Summit. This is the first World of Beer restaurant to open in Lexington, Kentucky. EVENTS A benefit for the Appalachian Food Summit is Thursday Aug. 10 at 6:30 at Lockbox at 21C. Gather ’round the table in support of Appalachian foodways with a four course family-style meal from Jonathan Searle of Lockbox, Annie Pettry of Decca, Ouita Michel of Holly Hill Inn, Levon Wallace of Gray & Dudley, Mark Richardson of Dudley’s, and Ronni Lundy, a James Beard winning author. Eat, savor and celebrate. $95 per person for four courses and a cocktail reception with passed canapés. Proceeds from the event, including a silent auction, will go directly to the Appalachian Food Summit. Winchell’s is hosting a lobster boil on Aug. 15. Reservations recommended. Bluegrass Tomato Fest is Sunday Aug. 20 at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection (on Lexington Road in Nicholasville), benefiting Glean Kentucky. Failte Irish Shop will host an Irish Scone Bakeoff on Aug. 25. Learn the basics of Food Preservation with Fresh Stop, hosted by the UK College of Agriculture and the Cooperative Extension Agency at the William Wells Brown Community Center. RSVP to 859.257.5582. The Lexington Jewish Food Festival returns on Aug. 27 from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm at Temple Adath Israel, 124 North Ashland Avenue. To submit a Lexington, Kentucky food, wine, or spirits news item for consideration in Ace’s Best Bites, email email@example.com. To submit a Lexington Food, Wine, or Spirits Event to be considered for the Ace calendar, submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. For restaurant advertising, call Ace Advertising at 859.225.4889 x229 or email ads @ aceweekly.com.
|Lexington culinary legend Lucie Slone Meyers has diedAce Weekly / 39 d. 16 h. 38 min. ago more|
Lexington woke to the news this morning that culinary icon Lucie Wellinghurst Slone Meyers has died at the age of 68, after battling lung cancer. Lexington Mayor Jim Gray recalled her “irrepressible spirit,” and ability to make “everyone feel special,” adding “she loved and understood what’s special and unique about Lexington.” A la lucie at 159 North Limestone ended an era in Lexington dining when it closed in the fall of 2015. The building that housed it for 31 years was sold, and Meyers said it was “time to move on,” throwing her energies into what would become Lucie’s Red Light Kitchen a few blocks north in the burgeoning North Lime neighborhood. She opened a la lucie in 1985, on Halloween, her favorite Holiday, at a time when larger-than-life women chefpreneurs weren’t yet trendy in Lexington (or anywhere else). She changed that. Chef Jonathan Lundy (his new restaurant, Corto Lima, now anchors the south end of the block where a la lucie once stood) got his start in her kitchen and has described her as Lexington’s “first celebrity chef.” A longtime anchor of downtown dining — the site of countless special occasion celebrations (from birthdays to bachelor parties) — most of what we wrote in a 1990 review of a la lucie was still true at the time it closed (though the prices included in the 1990 review changed a little): “a la lucie is a noisy, lively place. Smack in the middle of downtown on North Limestone across from the big post office and court house; it has a cosmopolitan feeling unique in Lexington. If you want a quiet evening in some undiscovered spot with soft music and relaxed ambiance, go somewhere else. But if you want to be in an exciting, almost boisterous atmosphere which, in many respects, has some of the best food in town, a la lucie is for you.” In the 80s, Slone introduced everything from artichoke souffle to escargots to a Lexington meat-and-potatoes populace that was starved for something a little wilder and more urbane. Always a Lexington restaurant pioneer, Slone once successfully took fine dining to the southside suburbs with the late great Roy and Nadine’s; brought Asian to Chinoe with Pacific Pearl; nearly resurrected Victorian Square with the Phoenix; and added one final exclamation point to her lengthy career when she opened the Red Light Lounge on North Lime on Valentine’s Day of this year with old favorites and new twists. She transformed the empty corner garage at North Limestone and Loudon into an eclectic meeting place to dine and socialize, and she was a consistent presence at the new venue, greeting diners with her signature throaty laugh, in her trademark chef’s pinks. Her culinary — and social — legacy in Lexington is secure. Services will be at Milward’s Funeral Home. Subscribe to the Ace e-dition for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to your inbox every Thursday morning.
|Restaurant Week Postponed Until Next YearAce Weekly / 40 d. 19 h. 53 min. ago more|
Lexington Restaurant Week 2017 had been scheduled for late July, but organizers have announced it will be postponed until 2018. The annual week long-celebration of Lexington restaurants — which features a prix fixe menu at participating establishments — is scheduled to return July 19 thru July 28, 2018. “We do this to increase awareness of all our great local restaurants,” says Lexington Restaurant Week founder Connie Jo Miller. “Boosting their business, adding new patrons for the long run and keeping locally-owned restaurants thriving is what this event is all about. Locally-owned restaurants are a key ingredient in Lexington’s brand. These innovative entrepreneurs help define us here in the Bluegrass. A lively restaurant scene attracts new businesses and visitors to our area. They enhance our economy and the quality of our lives. Every dollar we spend at an independent restaurant returns three times as much to our local economy as one spent at a chain. Statistically we have more than our share of independent restaurants. They need our support.” “Lexington Eats” 2017 — organized by local restaurateurs — has been announced for the same time period that Restaurant Week was scheduled for, and will include 20+ restaurants with prix fixe menus. Subscribe to the Ace e-dition for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to your inbox every Thursday morning.
|Live Music in Lexington for July 2017Ace Weekly / 45 d. 19 h. 13 min. ago more|
You can find live music in Lexington, Kentucky almost every night of the week. Below is your music menu for all of July! Saturday, July 1 River Girls III, 6 p.m., The Burl Marbin, 9 p.m., The Burl Blair Crimmins and the Hookers, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Chainshot/ Yautja/ NerdRage/ Spit Fetish, 9 p.m., The Green Lantern Whitney Acke/ Allen Dargavell, 7 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Rooster’s Crow Album Release Show/ Eric Bolander, 9:30 p.m. Willie’s Locally Known Sunday, July 2 Lex Brunch with Live Music, 10 a.m., The Burl Summer of Sundy: Sundy Best and Friends, 2 p.m., The Burl Tunes In The Vine, 6:35 p.m., Equus Run Vineyard Jazz Brunch w/ Gail Wynters, 11 a.m., Willie’s Locally Known Monday, July 3 Old Time Jam, 6 p.m., Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes Fourth of July Festival, noon, Downtown Lexington Southland Jamboree, 7 p.m., MoonDance Ampitheatre Tuesday, July 4 July 4th Cool Out w/ Big Fresh/ Slow Fi, 8 p.m., The Burl Big Band and Jazz Concert Series, 7 p.m., MoonDance Ampitheatre Thursday, July 6 WRFL Sunburn Series: Beat Awfuls, 7 p.m., Al’s Bar Imaginary Tricks and Radiolaire, 9 p.m. The Burl Friday, July 7 Hot Brown Smackdown/Big Atomic, 9 p.m., The Burl Ben Lacy and Corey Cross, 7 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Craig Campbell, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Summer Night in Suburbia Concert Series, 7 p.m., MoonDance Ampitheatre The Sway/ Chelsea Nolan/ Ethan Hunt, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Saturday, July 8 C2 and The Brothers Reed/ Angela Perley and The Brothers Reed, 9 p.m., The Burl Willie Eames, 8 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Webb Wilder and The Beatnecks, 9:15 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Sunday, July 9 Gunpowder Gray/ Disable/ Guignol/ Frustrate, 9 p.m., Best Friend Bar Jazz Brunch: Lee Carroll’s Jazz Quartette, 11 a.m., Willie’s Locally Known Tuesday, July 11 Heckler’s Breakfast and Irenka/Logan Fox/Hepburn & Winter, 7 p.m. Al’s Bar House and Land/ Englishman/ Joseph Allred, 7:30 p.m., The Burl Ben Miller Band, 8:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Wednesday, July 12 Broncho/ Billy Changer, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Feed The Soul Lunch and Music Series, 11:30 a.m., Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center Willie Nelson & Family/Dawes, 8 p.m. Riverbend Music Center. Thursday, July 13 Steelism, 8 p.m., The Burl Jazz: Live at the Library, 7 p.m., Farish Theatre Yacht Rock Review, 8 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Friday, July 14 The Go Rounds, 9 p.m., The Burl Dale Ann Bradley, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Saturday, July 15 Mad Anthony and Vibrolas, 9 p.m., The Green Lantern Dock Steffey, 8 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Joslyn and The Sweet Compression, 9:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Sunday, July 16 Robert Frahm Trio Jazz Brunch, 11 a.m., Willie’s Locally Known Monday, July 17 The Threads/ Isle Of Eight/ Sweet Country Meat Boys/ Champs of The Sun, 9 p.m., The Burl Tuesday, July 18 DJ Rice, 8 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Wednesday, July 19 Jandergan/The King of Mars, 9 p.m., The Burl Thursday, July 20 Buck the Taxidermist/ Radiolaire/ Mr. Badger, 9 p.m., Best Friend Bar Nicole Adkins/ Joslyn and The Sweet Compression, 8 p.m., The Burl Friday, July 21 Split Lip Rayfield/ Billy Strings, 9 p.m., The Burl Chris Knight, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlies Tom Keifer, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Saturday, July 22 Blackfoot Gypsies and Futurebirds/Bendigo Fletcher/Johnny Conqueroo, 9 p.m., The Burl Rashomon/ Disinfectant/ Felchers/ Frustrate, 9 p.m., Best Friend Bar Future Thieves/ Guthrie Brown, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Scott Whiddon Alum Release with Italian Beaches and Volare Strings, 9:30 p.m., The Green Lantern Ben Lacy and Corey Cross, 7 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Fastball, 10:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Sunday, July 23 David Nance Band, 7 p.m., Best Friend Bar Fuel, 8 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Tuesday, July 25 Nikki Lane, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Wednesday, July 26 Swellshark, He’s Dead Jim, and Basie, 8 p.m., Al’s Bar Thursday, July 27 The Tillers, 9 p.m., The Burl Bit Brigade, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Friday, July 28 Frontier Folk Nebraska and William Matheny, 7 p.m., The Burl MOJOTHUNDER and Frontier Folk Nebraska, 9 p.m., The Burl Jesse Malin, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Trippin’ Roots, 8 p.m., J Render’s Southern Table & Bar Gangstagrass/ Maggie Lander, 8 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Saturday, July 29 Seven Circle Sunrise, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Jerry Jacobs, 7 p.m., The Tin Roof The Ark Band, 10 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Sunday July 30 Tunes In The Vine, 6:35 p.m., Equus Run Vineyards Jazz on the Porch, 3 p.m., Talon Winery Jack Broadbent, 8:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known Tuesday Aug. 1 Graham Nash, 7:30 p.m., Lexington Opera House Subscribe to the Ace e-dition for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to your inbox every Thursday morning.
|Ace Eats Out – July 2017: Lexington food and restaurant news and eventsAce Weekly / 45 d. 19 h. 24 min. ago more|
NEWS Blue Sushi Sake Grill is expected to open in mid-July at 105 Summit at Fritz Farm. This new restaurant will feature fresh seafood and Asian-inspired dishes with many available as shared plates. Edley’s Bar-B-Que, featuring a southern-style menu and plenty of barbecue, tacos and salads, has opened at The Summit at Fritz Farm. Fresh Thyme Market has closed on Nicholasville Road after less than a year in business. Current Nicholasville Road corridor grocery options include the newly-opened Whole Foods in the Summit, Aldi, Trader Joe’s, Kroger (along with nearby Meijer’s in the Shillito area.) The Lexington Farmers’ Market has partnered with Fayette County Public Schools to be a summer feeding program site. Kids 18 or younger can eat for free between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the Tuesday/Thursday market on Maxwell. Lussi Brown Coffee Shop has opened on 114 Church Street (also serving Pig and Pepper pie, which has a brick and mortar location in progress.) UK professor Amy Messer, has bought Lynagh’s. Messer plans to get her feet wet in the restaurant business before making major adjustments, but she does plan to bring back live music. MOD Pizza has opened a new location at Tates Creek Centre. This is its second Lexington location. MonTea has closed its brick and mortar on Euclid but plans pop-up events at Farmers Markets and street fairs along with online sales. Nefertiti Mediterranean Eatery has opened at 1301 Winchester Rd, inside the Eastland Shopping Center. School Sushi, formerly located on Todds Road, has re-opened its downtown location. Smack’N Spuds, billed as the home of the Gourmet Baked Potato, is scheduled to open July 1 at 2901 Richmond Road. The restaurant features gourmet baked potato entrees, and offers delivery. Steel City Pops has opened its first Lexington location at the Summit. Texas de Brazil, a Brazilian-American Steakhouse, opened in The Summit at Fritz Farm in June. FOOD CALENDAR Sunday, July 2 Alfalfa will host a grand re-opening brunch on July 2, celebrating its new ownership. Former owners sold the 44-year Lexington icon to Salvador Sanchez (Cup of Common Wealth and Chocolate Holler) and Cameron Heathcoat. Monday, July 10 Lexington Burger Week will kick off July 10 and continue through July 16 at various locations across the city. For the third-annual Lexington Burger Week, dozens of Lexington restaurants will offer a special, off-the-menu burger for $5 during their regular business hours. For more details, locations and descriptions of featured burgers, visit www.lexingotnburgerweek.com. Saturday, July 15 Celebrate Bastille Day on Saturday, July 15 with Le Deauville French Bistro at its Annual Bastille Day Celebration starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 19 The Speakeasy will be having a BBQ & Barrel-Strength Bourbon Tasting and Dinner on Wednesday, July 19 from 5:30 to 9 p.m.. This event will pair barrel-strength bourbons with specially seasoned beef ribs. Friday, July 28 Food Truck Friday will return to Lexington on Friday, July 28 in the front parking lot of the Lexington Herald-Leader at Midland and Main Street. The food trucks will be there from 11 am to 2 pm. To submit a Lexington, Kentucky food, wine, or spirits news item for consideration in Ace’s Best Bites, email email@example.com. To submit a Lexington Food, Wine, or Spirits Event to be considered for the Ace calendar, please go to the Ace online calendar, and click “Submit” (upper right on the Menu bar). For restaurant advertising, call Ace Advertising at 859.225.4889 x229 or email ads @ aceweekly.com.
|Real Estate Sales in Lexington for June 2017Ace Weekly / 45 d. 19 h. 37 min. ago more|
Here are all of the real estate sales in Lexington, Kentucky as listed by the Fayette County PAV office from June 2017. 40502 May 30 1237 INDIAN MOUND RD $890,000 May 23 3055 CLAIR RD $725,500 May 30 145 ROMANY RD $639,500 May 30 1181 INDIAN MOUND RD $489,000 May 26 204 CATALPA RD $464,000 May 22 156 MCDOWELL RD $400,000 May 31 3237 PEPPERHILL RD $350,000 May 31 1005 CRAMER AVE $350,000 May 25 795 ROBIN RD $318,500 May 26 174 BASSETT AVE $290,000 May 31 303 OWSLEY AVE $222,000 May 31 104 IRVINE RD UNIT 3 $210,000 May 26 129 ST WILLIAM DR $118,000 May 31 1113 TURKEY FOOT RD UNIT 5 $112,000 May 31 840 MALABU DR UNIT 210 $60,000 40503 May 26 3454 RABBITS FOOT TRL $554,000 May 30 140 CHEROKEE PARK $420,000 May 30 2435 HEATHER WAY $339,000 May 31 300 ARCADIA PARK $287,000 Jun 02 515 WOODBINE DR $285,000 May 31 330 GLENDOVER RD $266,000 May 26 3245 TUDOR DR $262,000 May 30 287 WINN WAY $195,000 May 25 674 SHERIDAN DR $140,000 May 30 3366 POST RD $121,000 May 31 182 REGENCY POINT PATH $115,000 40504 Mar 24 1113 THE LANE $341,000 Apr 14 1781 HEADLEY GREEN $280,000 May 26 1668 LINSTEAD DR $271,000 May 22 1681 LINSTEAD DR $266,000 May 25 909 MASON HEADLEY RD $205,000 May 25 2019 WEYBRIDGE CT $185,000 May 25 2124 OLEANDER DR $145,000 May 25 118 WOODFORD DR $137,900 May 23 3221 ALEXANDRIA CT $130,279 May 25 629 GOLFVIEW DR $94,000 May 36 727 SPRING MEADOWS DR $85,000 May 31 228 LONDONDERRY DR $79,900 May 23 108 CISCO RD $72,900 May 31 750 SHAKER DR UNIT 428 $72,000 May 26 1281 VILLAGE DR UNIT A 6 $20,000 May 29 1281 VILLAGE DR UNIT D 4 $16,000 May 16 1281 VILLAGE DR UNIT D 7 $13,000 40505 May 25 2090 OLD PARIS RD $276,000 May 25 701 HENRY CLAY BLVD $205,000 May 20 280 SWIGERT AVE $192,500 May 22 824 HENRY CLAY BLVD $180,000 Jun 01 1845 GAYLE CIR $156,000 May 23 1705 LINDY CT` $150,000 May 26 1645 CLAYTON AVE $145,500 May 25 1657 LIBERTY RD $145,000 Jun 01 2056 CORIANDER LN $130,000 May 16 1845 GAYLE CIR $128,000 May 22 619 KINGSTON RD $125,000 May 31 2221 CURTISWOOD DR $118,000 May 19 1823 MARLBORO DR $117,500 May 15 463 ANNISTON DR $117,000 May 25 2307 NANCY LN $109,000 Jun 01 351 SIERRA DR $108,500 May 15 2032 NEW ORLEANS DR $108,000 May 30 612 WALDO WAY $108,000 May 19 1931 SPRING STATION DR $106,000 May 26 418 MEADOW PARK $99,500 May 31 445 MORGAN AVE $96,000 May 02 2020 EASTLAND PKWY $77,000 Jun 01 1852 ARUNDEL DR $75,000 May 22 927 MARCELLUS DR $72,500 May 25 828 WARFIELD PL $61,000 May 19 477 SHAFTSBURY RD $45,000 Jun 01 1011 BRYAN AVE $12,000 40508 Jun 02 389 S UPPER ST UNIT 2 $337,500 May 26 514 MICHIGAN ST $285,000 May 26 222 MIDLAND AVE UNIT 2101 $274,900 May 26 615EMAINST UNIT4 $209,000 May 26 585 S UPPER ST UNIT 105 $179,500 May 31 584 DOUGLAS AVE $130,000 May 26 473 N MARTIN LUTHER KING BL $112,000 May 16 148 EDDIE ST $51,684 May 31 414 CHESTNUT ST $40,000 May 25 621 ELM TREE LN $30,000 Jun 01 455 ROOSEVELT BLVD $21,000 40509 May 24 2521 CARDUCCI ST $619,484 May 12 3776 JAMAICA CT $610,000 May 19 547 GINGERMILL LN $603,000 May 19 3765 HORSEMINT TRL $574,900 May 31 1153 SHEFFIELD PL $533,000 May 19 513 SUNDROP PATH $525,000 May 18 1121 CHETFORD DR $485,000 May 16 1112 ANDOVER FOREST DR $475,000 May 22 3605 GINGERMILL CT $470,000 May 23 3049 BLACKFORD PKWY $399,900 May 24 2433 ROCKMINSTER RD $365,500 May 23 256 HANNAH TODD PL $357,500 May 30 520 LAKE VALLEY DR $355,000 May 24 312 HAYS BLVD $350,000 May 18 693 MAIDENCANE DR $349,000 May 25 4112 LOCHMERE LOOP $328,313 May 24 4433 HOLMES WAY $327,500 May 31 901 STAR SHOOT PKWY $310,000 May 19 3137 OAKHURST LN $309,500 Jan 16 2269 SHAKER RUN RD $302,000 Jun 02 4144 STARRUSH PL $300,000 May 30 3522 TRANQUILITY PT $297,938 May 24 1106 HADDRELL PT $297,743 May 19 4649 LARKHILL LN $297,128 May 22 1057 CRIMSON CREEK DR $297,000 May 26 1061 CRIMSON CREEK DR $296,000 May 30 1629 CORNELIUS TRCE $294,770 May 31 2676 FLYING EBONY DR UNIT 08 $290,000 Jun 01 3617 POLO CLUB BLVD $281,000 May 30 3333 SWEET CLOVER LN $280,000 May 12 3360 LAWSON LN $279,000 May 24 1033 STAR SHOOT PKWY $278,900 May 26 4037 CASTLEBRIDGE LN $275,000 Jun 02 3417 SWEET CLOVER LN $272,500 Jun 02 225 HANNAH TODD PL $269,900 May 19 3717 SUNFLOWER ST $265,000 May 24 3229 TOLL GATE RD $265,000 May 18 2109 SPRULL WALK $245,866 May 22 1152 STONECROP DR $245,000 May 26 3328 MATHERN TRL $244,000 May 18 3608 WILLOW SPRING $244,000 May 13 741 CADEN LN $235,000 May 19 1257 PASSAGE MOUND WAY $232,000 May 12 641 VONBRYAN TRCE $231,000 May 27 1017 BRYCE PT $229,000 May 19 4508 LARKHILL LN $226,000 May 22 3760 SUNFLOWER ST $220,000 May 24 2184 MILLSTONE WAY $217,280 May 31 3748 POLO CLUB BLVD $215,000 May 31 3808 CAYMAN LN $195,000 Jun 02 3755 SUNFLOWER ST $195,000 May 22 4005 REAL QUIET LN $185,000 May 26 1255 MORNING SIDE DR $179,000 \May 23 2540 TREELINE WAY $176,000 May 22 4037 REAL QUIET LN $175,000 May 22 3212 TOLL GATE RD $173,500 May 15 1129 MORNING SIDE DR $167,000 May 19 1452 PLEASANT RIDGE DR $166,500 May 30 3152 ROUNDWAY DOWN LN $165,800 May 22 621 SMUGGLERS NOTCH DR $157,500 May 19 2383 STONEWOOD LN $156,250 May 26 1312 RED STONE DR $153,000 May 16 2622 CALGARY $151,000 Jun 01 804 BURKEWOOD DR $150,000 Jun 01 856 REVERE RUN DR $146,000 May 31 2308 INDEPENDENCE CT $143,000 May 12 1169 COLORADO RD $142,500 May 31 2633 CRYSTAL FALLS RD $139,500 Jun 02 772 NICKWOOD TRL $135,000 May 30 3393 PUEBLO CT $135,000 May 30 2709 CHELSEA WOODS CT $110,000 May 30 477 CHELSEA WOODS DR $110,000 May 24 3205 REUBEN LN $73,628 May 22 3501 POLO CLUB BLVD $67,500 May 22 3505 POLO CLUB BLVD $67,500 May 31 3509 POLO CLUB BLVD $67,500 May 03 167 HEDGEWOOD CT $43,000 40511 May 24 2780 KEARNEY CREEK LN $314,000 May 22 3097 OUR TIBBS TRL $265,986 May 31 2941 TOWN BRANCH RD $254,000 Apr 27 2832 KEARNEY CREEK LN $238,000 Jun 02 2517 MORAY PL $237,990 May 26 2893 OUR TIBBS TRL $207,000 Jun 01 2924 OUR TIBBS TRL $199,900 May 31 2344 LONAN CT $192,000 May 22 2344 LONAN CT $192,000 May 31 2921 OUR TIBBS TRL $191,500 May 24 2829 BURNT MILL RD $190,000 May 23 345 SILVER CREEK WAY $180,000 May 30 2901 OUR TIBBS TRL $178,341 May 31 733 NEWTOWN SPRINGS DR $176,700 May 25 257 BLACK WATER LN $174,580 May 26 2465 ROCKAWAY PL $159,900 May 30 213 WHITE OAK TRCE $158,000 May 31 3053 NEW RIVER PL $147,000 May 26 3049 CADDIS LN $145,000 May 22 328 VALLEY BROOK DR $145,000 May 24 228 230 BOILING SPRINGS DR $140,000 May 31 1904 MILLBANK RD $135,000 May 25 2353 LONAN CT $133,000 May 26 3133 DALY PL $121,000 May 31 2312 REMINGTON WAY UNIT 3 $120,000 May 03 2269 PRESCOTT LN $115,000 May 31 2312 REMINGTON WAY UNIT 1 $117,000 May 30 341 SCOTTSDALE CIR $111,000 May 26 360 SCOTTSDALE CIR $109,900 May 26 401 ST JOHN CT $98,500 May 30 1986 KNIGHT LN $94,900 May 31 907 WAVERLY DR $92,000 Jun 02 1856 RITTENHOUSE CT $55,000 40513 May 31 2601 MCCAW CT $405,000 Jun 01 4928 WAYNES BLVD $359,600 May 19 3605 COTTAGE CIR $174,900 40514 May 31 2321 ARMATURE CT $363,340 May 26 816 SUNNY SLOPE TRCE $302,000 May 31 1444 COPPER GLEN DR $265,000 May 26 3805 LANDRIDGE DR $245,000 May 30 4805 DRESDEN WAY $230,000 May 31 4808 MANDARIN PL $227,900 May 24 3905 YELLOWWOOD TRCE $200,000 May 26 1132 BAY MEADOWS DR $185,000 May 31 3917 PINE RIDGE WAY $174,500 May 26 580 NEWBURY WAY $170,000 May 23 3917 WINTHROP DR $160,200 May 25 4241 STEAMBOAT RD $159,900 May 31 3861 BOSTON RD $155,000 40515 May 25 3881 BRANHAM PARK $820,000 Apr 13 469 WESTON PARK $469,900 May 19 2129 LEAFLAND PL $436,000 May 31 2220 CASCADE WAY $430,000 May 24 3903 WENTWORTH PL $325,000 May 26 921 SENECA PARK $310,000 May 30 1079 ROCKBRIDGE RD $299,000 May 26 461 MANITOBA LN $290,970 Jun 01 717 CLAYVIS CT $280,000 May 30 460 MADISON POINT DR $280,000 Jun 02 392 MANITOBA LN $277,000 May 30 4572 LONGBRIDGE LN $270,000 May 19 4761 WINDSTAR WAY $268,000 Apr 24 1057 DUVAL ST $263,000 Jun 01 3636 HARTLAND PARKSIDE PL $260,000 May 30 4840 CLIFFORD CIR $250,000 May 24 4016 KENESAW DR $234,000 May 31 2357 GOLDEN OAK DR $215,000 May 30 3420 SQUIRE OAK DR $198,000 May 22 3449 W EDGEBROOK DR $195,000 May 26 4309 CREEK VALLEY WAY $191,583 May 26 4421 LANCASTER CT $191,000 May 31 448 450 WOODVIEW DR $190,000 May 31 1381 THE KINGS CT $160,000 May 31 3504 CALERA CT $157,000 May 26 3253 HUNTERS POINT DR $149,983 May 30 329 SQUIRES RD $145,000 May 25 1313 AMHERST DR $142,000 May 23 3220 CADDO LAKE CT $136,000 May 26 4021 JFD CT $127,000 May 25 3420 COLONNADE DR $126,500 Jun 01 2917 MT MCKINLEY WAY $116,000 May 25 3208 TETON CT $114,000 May 31 3474 BUCKHORN DR $99,900 May 25 1396 HARTLAND WOODS WAY $96,500 May 31 3444 WOODSPRING DR $91,000 May 24 1412 HARTLAND WOODS WAY $85,000 May 16 3067 PIMLICO PKWY $80,000 May 26 904 SCOWBYFIELDS DR $64,900 40516 May 30 312 PREAKNESS DR $95,000 May 25 309 TURFWAY DR $70,000 40517 Jun 02 276 CHIPPENDALE CIR $275,000 May 31 1117 NARROW LN $209,000 May 26 1033 WHITEHALL PL $189,900 May 31 1432 JOCASTA DR $163,500 May 26 1110 JONESTOWN LN $128,700 May 26 1316 DALE DR $99,900 May 26 1397 TRENT BLVD $88,000 Subscribe to the Ace e-dition for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to 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|Ace July 2017 (digital edition)Ace Weekly / 47 d. 17 h. 31 min. ago more|
Click here to page through the July 2017 digital edition of Ace, or pick it up now on newsstands everywhere in Lexington, KY. Inside the July 2017 edition, you’ll find a story on Kentucky author Erin Chandler and her new memoir, June Bug versus Hurricane. Chef Tom teaches you how to make the perfect grilled corn on the cob. And as always, Ace Eats Out has all the Lexington food and restaurant news and events for July on page 10. Subscribe to the Ace e-dition newsletter for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to your inbox every Thursday morning.