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on the cover p6 GROWING AND GLEANING Annual Home and Garden guide
features P4 OUT AND ABOUT
YMCA Celebration, New Home and Remodeling Marketplace, Lexington Legend’s Stache Tank; Mark’s Feed Store opening, Big Brothers, Big Sisters celebration
a&e p10 EAT MARCH: Lexington Restaurant News p11 SPRINGTIME MEANS FAVORITE FOODS Some old favorites are back in season
p12 MUSIC MENU It may be cold outside but Lexington’s music scene is getting hot.
p15 REAL ESTATE
What sold, where, and for how
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Lexington Legend’s ‘Stach Tank
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out & about with
Big Brothers, Big Sisters 60th anniversary kick off
Mark’s Feed Store ribbon cutting PHOTO BY KARA PAIGE HARKINS
Canine vest donation PHOTO BY KARA PAIGE HARKINS
YMCA Annual Celebration PHOTOS BY KARA PAIGE HARKINS
Great American Clean-up
PHOTOS New Home and Remodeling Marketplace
Arts Day in Frankfort FEATURE
Lexington Ballet receives Kentucky Arts Partnership grant
Lexington Ballet Company joined other Kentucky arts organizations to celebrate Arts Day in Kentucky in Frankfort. The Lexington Ballet is one of 93 arts organizations across the state to receive a Kentucky Arts Partnership (KAP) grant from the Kentucky Arts Council for fiscal year 2017. The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, invests a large portion of its funding in arts organizations across the state through the KAP program. The grants provide operating support to nonprofit organizations that offer year-round arts services and programs directly for the benefit of the public. The $11,055 Kentucky Arts Partnership Grant The Lexington Ballet received from the Kentucky Arts Council is invested back in the community. These funds generate local, state and federal tax revenue and stimulate the local economy through the purchase of goods and services locally. The grant helped to provide dance events year round which were attended by over 15,000 people from the region. Lexington Ballet says, “Investing the dollars we receive from the state in our local community helps us create lasting relationships that strengthen our community and benefit the people who live here.”
News in brief EMERGE Conference to open March 28
Forcht Bank will present the fourth-annual EMERGE Conference on March 28. An outgrowth of a past Commerce Lexington Inc. Leadership Visit, EMERGE is designed to engage the next generation leaders of Central Kentucky, connecting emerging leaders to each other and to the community. The conference is Tuesday, March 28, at Lexington Center’s Thoroughbred Ballroom, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EMERGE luncheon speakers include Rebecca
Darwin, founder and CEO of Garden & Gun, and Marianne Barnes, master distiller for Castle & Key Distillery. There will be several personnel sessions including: when Will You Retire?; To Serve and Direct; and Tough Talk. The professional sessions include: Manager on Duty; The Business of Your Career; and Own the Room There will also be a panel discussion called “Lexington in 25 Years.”
JA opens BizTown
Junior Achievement invites the public to the grand opening celebration of the JA BizTown and Finance Park Tuesday, March 7 at 2420 Spurr Road, Suite 150 from 5 until 7 p.m. The ceremony will begin at 5:15 with opening remarks with a ribboncutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. There will be tours, refreshments, and storefront ribbon cuttings to follow. In partnership with the Fayette County Public Schools, Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass transformed approximately 13,000 square feet of Linlee Elementary School into a state of the art facility
where students from throughout central Kentucky will come to experience a living lesson in economics, community and financial literacy.
Kentucky American offering water project grants
Kentucky American Water is now accepting applications for the 2017 American Water Environmental Grant Program. The grant awards will be available to organizations in Kentucky American Water’s service territory, which includes Fayette County. The program offers funds for innovative, projects that improve, restore or protect the watersheds, surface water and/or groundwater supplies through partnerships. Kentucky American Water said in a statement that it is committed to ensuring water quality through testing and treatment, as well as through consumer education and community source protection programs. For more information, www.amwater.com/kyaw/ about-us/environmental-grant-program
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HOME AND GARDEN PREVIEW 2017
Grow Bluegrass, Glean Bluegrass GleanKY’s mission is to reduce food waste and hunger in Kentucky. Their annual Heirloom Seed sale is one of the bluegrass’s first Rites of Spring. Fifty varieties of heirloom seeds will be available, including tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, melons, herbs and more. This year’s Heirloom Seed Sale has expanded to two days. Saturday March 4 the sale will be 9 am to noon at Hunter Presbyterian Church on Rosemont Garden. Seedleaf’s Ryan Koch will lead a workshop on Saturday at 1 p.m. on using compost in your garden. On March 5, the seed sale will be noon to 3 p.m. at Temple Adath Israel. On Sunday at 1 p.m., Dylan Kennedy from Shaker Village will lead a workshop on the importance of heirloom seeds. All proceeds from the Seed Sale will benefit GleanKY’s work. To date, GleanKY has redistributed more than 1 million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables to 85 feeding agencies in Central Kentucky. BLUE GRASS TRUST 2017 ANTIQUES AND GARDEN SHOW Kentucky Horse Park March 3 thru March 5 Blue Grass Trust’s 2017 Antiques and Garden Show is at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena. Drs. Jim and Bonnie Tanner will serve as honorary co-chairs for 2017. The keynote speaker is designer Amanda Nisbet. She will be featured at a luncheon lecture on Friday, March 3. LOUISVILLE’S HOME, GARDEN AND REMODELING SHOW Kentucky Exposition Center March 3-5 The Home, Garden and Remodeling Show in Louisville is the largest home show in the state and one of the largest in the nation. More than 300 vendors participate each year.
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Garden will begin March 30. The gardens will be open Thursdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The garden will also feature special events include “Spring Has Sprung” on April 7; “Sizzling Summer” on July 14; and “Amazing Autumn” on Oct. 6. The Kentucky Childrens Garden is open for private birthday parties, field trips or large groups. For more information, call 859-257-9339. CENTRAL KENTUCKY HOME AND GARDEN SHOW Heritage Hall/ Rupp Arena Friday, March 31; Saturday, April 1; and Sunday, April 2 Gardens, landscapes and water features, latest kitchen and bath trends, local contractors and remodelers, flooring and window treatments, outdoor living, pools and spas, art, gift, and gourmet center including Kentucky Proud Products, and interactive kids activities.
MASTER COMMUNITY GARDENER TRAINING The Plantory–501 W 6th St March 9 The 2017 Master Community Gardener Training is a four-week training session running every Thursday, starting March 9 through March 30 from 6 until 8 p.m. The training will include topics such as the how and why of small scale vegetable gardening; pest management and weed identification; building soil that will feed a community; an overview of Fayette County’s food insecurity issues; care and maintenance of a garden; and networking with other local gardeners. Participants will receive information in this interactive, hands-on training. Space is limited. KENTUCKY CHILDREN’S GARDEN The Arboretum March 30 The spring hours of the The Kentucky Children’s
PLANT AUCTION 1140 Harry Sykes Way April 8 The Kentucky Christmas Tree Association’s 13th annual plant auction will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, April 8, in the Fayette County Extension Office front parking lot, 1140 Harry Sykes Way (formerly Red Mile Place) in Lexington. A portion of the proceeds will be used to provide one or more scholarships for students majoring in forestry or related sciences in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment at the University of Kentucky. A variety of annuals, perennials, balled and burlapped landscape trees and shrubs will be for sale. Info, 859-223-1140. KENTUCKY CRAFTED: THE MARKET Lexington Convention Center Friday, April 21 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (trade only); Saturday, April 22 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, April 23: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The market offers art, live music, literature and food, nearly 200 exhibitors of fine art, craft, books and food, featuring two days of Americana, bluegrass and world music performances, specialty food products from Kentucky Proud members, and
hands-on activities. Kentucky Crafted: The Market is one of the only statesponsored shows of its kind to feature traditional and contemporary fine art and craft along with Kentucky-related books, musical recordings, films and specialty food products. OPEN GATES TO BLUEGRASS LIVING GARDEN TOUR June This biennial garden tour features nine diverse backyard gardens in the Lexington area. Tickets are available at several area nurseries and garden centers beginning this Spring, at all garden sites on the days of the tour, and from individual garden club members. The tour takes place rain or shine. More info can be found on the home page of lexgardenclubs.org. KENWICK BUNGALOW TOUR June The Kenwick Bungalow Tour is presented by the Kenwick Neighborhood Association every other year. The tour highlights restorations and renovations in historic Kenwick, near downtown, in the area just off Richmond Road. The neighborhood is one of Lexington’s best examples of Craftsman style architecture.
2017 GRAND TOUR OF HOMES July 21-23 and July 28 The Grand Tour of Homes is the BIA’s Annual scattered site showcase of new homes. This event features homes built by BIA Professional Builder Members and provides a great opportunity for consumers to view the latest trends in new home construction and to speak directly with BIA Professional Builders about their dream homes (formerly HBA). The Grand Tour of Homes is a free self-guided home tour. You may visit as many or as few homes as you like during the tour dates. Builders and/or marketing representatives will be on hand at each property to answer questions and discuss the projects.
2017 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES August The Tour of Remodeled Homes is the public’s 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, the latest in bathroom design, kitchen transformations, outdoor living and more. Homes on the Tour reflect a large variety of design and architectural trends. The remodeler for each project will be present at each home to answer your questions. Sites will be announced Summer 2017.
ANNUAL RAIN GARDEN TOUR Meadowthorpe Community Center September Learn about how the Meadowthorpe neighborhood received a Stormwater Quality Incentive Grant from the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government to install multiple rain gardens throughout the Meadowthorpe neighborhood. Tour several residential rain gardens on an optional walking tour. Speakers, booths, and refreshments are offered at the Meadowthorpe Community Center throughout the day.
At the Central Kentucky Home and Garden Show Central Kentucky Home and Garden Show Heritage Hall/ Rupp Arena Friday, March 31; Saturday, April 1; and Sunday, April 2
Special guests will include: MATT MUENSTER DIY’s “Bath Crashers” and “BATHtastic!” Licensed contractor Matt Muenster sees every house project, whether he’s ripping apart dated bathrooms using the latest construction technology or completely gutting his own kitchen, as a chance to use clever ideas to achieve great design while MATT MUENSTER integrating earth-friendly
elements. Muenster earned his degree in interior design from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He initially got his feet wet designing restaurants and casinos and even worked on the Angolan Project in Africa. Eventually, his fervor for design shifted to the residential sector and brought him to the DIY channel. BRIAN SANTOS The Wall Wizard Learn painting tips and tricks and how to hang wallcoverings in a flash with seminars all weekend from Brian Santos. Brian Santos, a fourthgeneration painting contractor and author of best-selling BRIAN SANTOS
how-to books, uses “edutaining” demonstrations in his television appearances and how-to’s for SherwinWilliams, Imperial Wall coverings, Home Depot and Lowe’s, and at home and garden shows throughout the world. Over a touring career of more than 25 years, Santos has developed a series of “Wizard Workshops” that educate audiences with simple tips, tricks, and techniques to help them tackle projects around the house with confidence. He has given in excess of 5,000 Wall Magic workshops to more than one million do-it-yourselfers all over the world. Brian has also shared his expertise on national TV, including Good Morning America, Today, and HGTV’s Smart Solutions, as well as on TLC and the Discovery Channel. Growing up and working in the San Francisco Bay area, Brian’s past clients include former San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Joe Montana, actress Doris Day, and Star Wars creator George Lucas.
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Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation presents “DeTours.” The March tour is at the Kincaid House and its modern addition, the home of the Living Arts and Science Center, 5:30 p.m. (at 362 N. Martin Luther King)
One World Film Festival, Journey Into Europe, 7 p.m., Kentucky Theatre
Cale Tyson, Willie’s Locally Known, 8:30 p.m.
The Man Who Came to Dinner, 7 p.m., Farish Theater, Lexington Public Library, downtown
SHOW Bluegrass Trust’s Antiques and Garden Show, Alltech Arena, Kentucky Horse Park, 10 a.m. (through Sunday)
One World Film Festival, The Diplomat, 10 a.m., Kentucky Theatre
Across America celebrating Dr. Seuss’s 113th birthday. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fayette Mall
Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation Antique and Garden Show
Tails and Ales, Griﬃn Gate Marriott, 7 p.m Henry Cho, Comedy Oﬀ Broadway, 7:15 p.m.
Viola Davis will speak at UK Singletary Center for the Arts, as part of UK’s Speak Blue series. 8 p.m.
Frankel: Cocktails & Casino Night, Carrick House, 7:30 p.m.
Studio 54 Costume Party, UK Art Museum, 7:30 p.m.
LOUD Monster Jam, Rupp Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Fest, DoubleTree Suites, Richmond Road, noon
Heirloom Seed Sale, Temple Adath Israel on N. Ashland
SHOW Medium Cindy Kaza, Comedy Oﬀ Broadway, 7:15 p.m.
When Particles Collide/ Goddamn Gallows w/ NP Presley, The Burl, 8 p.m.
John Michael Montgomery/ John Oates, WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour, Lyric Theatre, 6:45 p.m.
FILM Miracle Mile (1988) 7
ART Mike McKay:
Singularities, UK Art Museum, 9 a.m.
FILM Cult Film
Series, Liquid Sky, 8 pm, Al’s Bar
“The Kentucky and the Great War: World War I on the Home Front,” Beaumont Library, 7 p.m.
World Film Festival, Dough, 7 pm, Kentucky Theatre
MUSIC Jazz Live at the
Gary Owen, Comedy Oﬀ Broadway, 7:30 and 9 p.m.
FOOD Feed The Soul, Lyric
Theatre and Cultural Arts Center, 7:16 p.m.
Erica Blinn, Willie’s Locally Known, 9 p.m.
Bandmasters Association Concer, Singletary Center , 8 p.m.
Selector Dub Narcotic, Al’s Bar, 9 p.m.
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BALL Mr. and
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Library 7 p.m., Lexington Public Library downtown.
MUSIC Nappy Roots,
p.m., Farish Theater, Lexington Cosmic Charlie’s, 10 p.m. Public Library downtown Shadow Band/ Ted Tyro/ Dr. Paul, Al’s Bar, 10:30 p.m.
Comic and Toy Convention, Lexington Convention Center. (continues through Sunday)
FUNNY Jay and Silent Bob
Get Old Show, Lexington Center, 8 p.m.
MUSIC Black Stone Cherry,
Manchester Music Hall, 8 p.m.
Saint Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, downtown Lexington, 8 a.m.
FILM One World Film
Festival, Danish Girl, 10 a.m., Kentucky Theatre
Winter Jam, Rupp Arena, 6 p.m.
FILM Screening of the BBC
documentary, How to Defuse a Bomb: the Project Children Story, 6:30 pm, Farish Theatre
Intimate Evening With Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen, Louisville Palace, 8 p.m.
Daylight Saving Time begins.
ART Teen Arts
Festival, SCFA Concert Hall, 3:30 p.m.
WoodSongs: George Winston/ The Outside Track, Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center, 6:45 p.m.
FILM Dr. Strange, Farish Theatre, 7 p.m.
Tribute Show, The Burl, 7 p.m.
MUSIC Sunday Sessions is an
Brunch featuring Lee Carroll’s Soul Jazz Quartet, Willies Locally Knows, 11 a.m.
Miss Kentucky Basketball Awards Ceremony, Lexington Center, 6 p.m.
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SPEAK John Snell, author
of Red River Gorge: My Second Home, will be the guest lecturer at the McConnell Springs speakers series. 6 p.m. Register: 225-4073.
annual concert series oﬀered by Lexington Parks & Recreation at the Downtown Arts Center. This month’s experience is 1971 – A Happening. The event also features art, food and surprises. 6 p.m., Black Box Theatre in Downtown Arts Center.
BALL Mr. and
The Dustbowl Revival, Willie’s Locally Known, 8:30 p.m.
the Table” breakfast at Hilary J. Boone Center at UK, 7 a.m. (pre-registration required.) On The Table is a series of events, all held on March 15th, designed to foster organic conversations and community engagement from diverse voices throughout the city.
High School Sweet Sixteen Tournament, continues through Sunday.
Steel (1979 ﬁlmed in Lexington), Farish Theatre, 7 p.m.
Bowl For Kids’ Sake, Collins Bowling, 3 p.m.
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SOS Perfect 10 Miler Race, Mount Brilliant Farm, 9 a.m.
Hop, Lexington, 5 p.m.
Urban Dancers, Downtown Arts Center, (through Sunday) 7 p.m.
Lexington’s Arts’ Showcase Weekend (stay tuned to aceweekly.com for schedules and updates)
Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Lockbox hosts an ART + Soul Will Never Forget for the Rest (one year) Anniversary Party 5 of Your Life with The Steep Canyon Rangers, The Palace in to 8 p.m. Louisville, 8 p.m.
ART 21c Lexington and STAGE
Barefoot in the Park, Lexington Opera House, 8 p.m.
May, Comedy Oﬀ Broadway, 7 p.m
Norah Jones, Palace Theater in Louisville, 8 p.m.
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Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park, Lexington Opera House, 1 and 6:30 p.m.
KIDS Peter Pan Jr.”, Lexington
Children’s Theatre, 2 p.m.
Lexington Young Professionals Association happy hour, District Sport and Tap (at Broadway and Virginia).
FILM The Spy Who Came In
From The Cold, Farish Theatre, 7 p.m.
Family Fun and Learning Nigh, Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning, 5:30 p.m.
FILM Lexington Film League Presents: Our Heavenly Bodies with live music by Coupler, Farish Theater, 7 p.m.
DANCE Riverdance, EKU
Center, 7:30 p.m.
Writers Meet-Up, Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning, 5:30 p.m.
“The Places We Live” Art Talk with Sean Starowitz, Morlan Gallery, 5:30 p.m.
Sin Kwang The discusses and signs The Legend of Hua, 7 p.m. Joseph Beth Booksellers
SCAPA presents: ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’, Lexington Opera House, 7 p.m.
SCIENCE Neil deGrasse Tyson, Palace Theater in Louisville, 7:30 p.m.
DRINK The 10th annual
Eileen Myles, University of Kentucky Art Museum, 3:15 p.m.
Fourth Friday, closing reception, Expanding Fields, 6 p.m. Lexington Art League, Loudon House.
BALL NCAA Women’s
Basketball Regional Tournament, Rupp Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Lexington Rock Gem & Jewelry Show, Clarion Hotel, 9 a.m.
Wine Barrel Tasting for the Springs, beneﬁting McConnell Springs, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., participating wineries.
Strike OUT A-T Bowling Fund-raiser, Southland Bowling Lanes, 2 p.m.
Seussical, EKU Center for The Arts, 3 p.m.
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Lex Brunch with Warren Byrom & Fabled Canelands, The Burl, 10 a.m.
KIDS “Peter Pan Jr.,”
Lexington Children’s Theatre
Studio Players: “The Ginger Bread Lady,” The Carriage House, 8 p.m.
The fourthannual EMERGE Conference presented by Forcht Bank connects emerging WoodSongs: Julian leaders Lage + Chris Eldridge/ Aoife to each other and to the community. O’Donovan, Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center, 6:45 Lexington Center’s Thoroughbred Ballroom, 8:30 p.m. a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EMERGE Luncheon speakers include Rebecca Darwin, Founder Feature & CEO of Garden and Gun ﬁlm Magazine, and Marianne “Alied,” Barnes, master distiller for Farish Castle & Key Distillery. Theatre, “A Glimpse of a Lunatic’s Garden,” Fayette County Extension Service oﬃce, 6 p.m.
Eileen Myles, University of Kentucky Art Museum, 3:15 p.m.
Aaron Lewis, Manchester Music Hall, 7 p.m.
CJ Box discusses and signs Vicious Circle 7 p.m. Joseph Beth Booksellers
Central KY Home & Garden Show, Rupp Arena, (thru Sun)
SHOP Spring Open House,
FILM Bluegrass Earth Film
My Favorite Things in Hamburg
Series Rara Avis: The Life and Art of John James Audubon, Farish Theater, 7 p.m.
STAGE Bluegrass Youth
Ballet: The Little Mermaid, Lexington Opera House, 7 p.m.
MUSIC Hayseed Dixie,
EVENT ‘An Evening With
‘Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman, “ The EKU Center for the Arts, 7 p.m.
Willie’s, 9 p.m.
AROUND THE CORNER Apr 2 ..........i Know Expo Apr 2 .........Thy Will Be Done Easter Oratorio, UK Singletary Apr 22 ........KY Crafted The Market Apr 22 .......Authors in the Bluegrass, Commonwealth Stadium Apr 29 .......H’artful of Fun (beneﬁting LASC)
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NEWS Athenian Grill has opened its new in-line bistro at the Kroger on Euclid (11 am til 7:30 p.m.). The Bridge pizza is relocating from Waller Avenue to Romany Road. (Turkish fare will be added to the new menu.) CoreLife Eatery has announced a new location at The Summit at Fritz Farm, scheduled to open Summer 2017.
Left: Mark’s Feed Store in Beaumont held a ribboncutting ceremony. Above: Sheryl Webb, Mary Stebbins, Wally Musa of Mark’s Feed Store celebrate the restaurant’s opening.
Corto Lima, Jonathan Lundy’s new Latin-inspired restaurant, has opened at the corner of Limestone and Short. The new Gastro Gnomes/Rooster Brew collaboration is expected to open summer 2017 in the N. Limestone space that was formerly Merit Furniture. IGA will be moving into the Romany Road location vacated by Kroger. Lexington restaurateur Ouita Michel is offering a first taste of her new venture Honeywood at Holly Hill Inn in Midway until March 12. Honeywood is expected to open this spring at the Summit at Fritz Farm. Lockbox and 21C are celebrating their one-year anniversary in Lexington in March. Jonathan’s Table, will celebrate and highlight executive chef Jonathan Searle’s art of dining. Throughout March, guests are invited to enjoy a two-course prix fixe menu (Sunday through Wednesday each
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week starting at 5:30 p.m. nightly). Lucie’s Red Light celebrated its first night on Limestone on Valentine’s Day (the latest venture from veteran Lexington restaurateur, Lucie Slone). Skewers Mediterranean Cuisine on Tiverton recently celebrated its Grand Opening. Table 310 downtown closed on Valentine’s Day. (Stay tuned for the new concept in that location.) Ted’s Montana Grill will open a second location in Lexington at the Summit at Fritz Farm in May 2017. Tom + Chee, the franchise featured on SharkTank for grilled cheese and tomato soup, closed in Hamburg near the corner of Sir Barton and Winchester
Road. Vinaigrette has announced an expansion with a Hamburg location coming Spring 2017 (to the space vacated by Tom + Chee).
(proceeds benefit Lexington Humane Society).
Uncle Maddio’s on Euclid has closed. Their facebook page reports that they “hope to re-open.” EVENTS
March 1 thru March 3, Lexington Beerworks will host its annual Beer and Girl Scout Cookie Tasting Flight Night. Pairings: Lemonades and West Sixth 2nd Fiddle Simcoe IPA; Thin Mints and West Sixth Snake Eyes Imperial Stout; Peanut Butter Patties and West Sixth Cocoa Porter; and DeLites and West Sixth Bourbon Barrel Old Ale. March 3 is the 2017 Spring Kentucky Ale Pub Crawl downtown Lexington
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FOOD by Tom Yates
Shrimp, grits and spring BY TOM YATES
lthough it’s early in the season, nibbles of Spring (baby arugula, baby kale, and wild mushrooms) have saddled up next to the familiar hardy winter stalwarts on my kitchen counter. While we’ll have to wait a bit longer for the glorious jewels of summer, now is the time for the delicate firsts of Spring. GRITS I brought 3 1/2 cups water and 1 cup milk to a boil in a medium saucepan, stirred in 1 cup Weisenberger Mill stone ground white grits, added 2 teaspoons salt, reduced the heat, covered the pan, and let the grits rip for 25 minutes, stirring the pot every few minutes to prevent the grits from sticking to the bottom of the pan. When the grits were smooth and creamy, I pulled them from the heat, added 1 cup shredded sharp white cheddar cheese, 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, and 1 cup thinly sliced green onions. After incorporating the cheese until it was thoroughly melted, I poured the grits onto a parchment-lined half sheet pan, and slid them into the refrigerator to set up. ANDOUILLE SAUSAGE MARMALADE
After petite dicing 9 ounces smoked andouille sausage, I tossed the tiny pieces into a small skillet set over a medium high flame. When they started to crisp around the edges, I added 1/4 cup minced shallots and 2 minced garlic cloves. Just before the garlic browned, I deglazed the skillet with 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 1/4 cup sherry vinegar, 2 tablespoons Makers Mark bourbon, and 1/2 cup chicken stock. I let the liquids reduce by half before adding 3 tablespoons Oberholtzer’s organic sorghum and 1/4 cup dark brown sugar. After seasoning with salt and cracked black pepper, I reduced it to a porky sticky syrup and pulled it from the heat. I could have stopped right there and called it a day. GASTRIQUE I adore gastriques. Sweet. Savory. Acidic. Tart. Whether sweet, savory, or a combination of the two, they pack a powerful punch. I halved 3 large blood oranges, squeezed enough juice out of all three to yield 1/2 cup juice, and set the
juice aside. After heating a small cat iron skillet over a medium flame, I added 4 1/2 tablespoons sugar and stirred constantly until the sugar slowly melted from the heat and turned from glossy clear to molten amber. When the sugar hit the amber g-spot, I hit it with 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar and a whopping 1 1/2 tablespoons Green County Cracklin’ Hen Jalapeno Hot Sauce. Tricky business. It’s the nature of the beast for a gastrique to seize up when acid is added to burning hot melted sugar. When it relaxed and melted into itself, I added 1/2 cup fresh blood orange juice and 3/4 cups chicken stock. I brought the gastrique to a boil, lowered the heat, and let it bubble away until it reduced to 1/4 cup before pulling it from the heat, about 40 minutes. SHRIMP I peeled, deveined, and rinsed 1 pound U/15 shrimp. After carefully separating handfuls of pre-thawed shredded phyllo dough), I aligned long portions of the fragile flaky strands onto a wooden bread board. Starting at one end, I loosely wrapped each shrimp with the delicate dough, covered them with a damp towel, and set them aside. THE FUN PART I pulled the chilled grits from the refrigerator, used a cookie cutter to slice the grits into uniform discs, dusted them with flour, pan fried them until they were golden brown, and placed them onto paper towels to drain. When the oil came back up to temperature (350 degrees), I used a spider to carefully lower the phyllo-wrapped shrimp into the hot oil. Within seconds, the phyllo bloomed and crisped around the perfectly cooked shrimp, so I scooped them out and gently rolled them onto paper towels. I slathered the fried scallion-flecked grits cakes with the smoky sweet andouille sausage marmalade, feathered fresh lemon-splashed Elmwood Stock Farm baby kale on top of the sausage, nestled the delicate phyllo-wrapped juicy tender shrimp into the kale, and puddled the fiery sweet/tart chili-infused blood orange gastrique to the side before finishing with slivered fresh red bell peppers and chives from my garden. Unconventional. Unexpected. Utterly fabulous.
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Live Music - March 2017 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 Pete RG, 7 p.m., The Burl Cale Tyson, 8:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known THURSDAY, MARCH 2 You Knew Me When, 9 p.m. Willie’s Locally Known Stoney LaRue, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall FRIDAY, MARCH 3 FunMachine, 7 p.m., Best Friend Bar The Miners/ Vigodas/ Vibrolas, 10 p.m., The Green Lantern This Way to Egress, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known SATURDAY, MARCH 4 The Ocean Party, 7 p.m., Best Friend Bar Lucero, 9 p.m., Manchester Music Center Folk Soul Revival, 9:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known MONDAY, MARCH 6 John Michael Montgomery | John Oates, 6:45 p.m., The Lyric TUESDAY, MARCH 7 Shadow Band (Mexican Summer) | Dr. Paul | Ted Tyro, 10 p.m., Al’s Bar WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 Calvin Johnson’s Selector Dub Narcotic with Idiot Glee, 8:30 p.m, Al’s Bar American Bandmasters Association Concert, 8 p.m., Singletary Center for the Arts 12 aceweekly.com March 2017
THURSDAY, MARCH 9 Erica Blinn, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 The Collection | Ryvoli | Boon, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s
FRIDAY, MARCH 10 Boy Named Banjo, 7 p.m. The Burl Ne-Hi Wulfpac, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Black Stone Cherry, 8 p.m., Manchester Music Hall
THURSDAY, MARCH 23 Frankie Ballard, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall
SATURDAY, MARCH 11 Winter Jam, 6 p.m. Rupp Arena Eric Paslay, 7 p.m., Manchester Music Hall Derek Spencer/ The Landers, 9 p.m. Willie’s Locally Known SUNDAY, MARCH 12 Lex Brunch with Ben Lacy, 10 a.m., The Burl ”Trio” Tribute Show, 7 p.m., The Burl Decades Rewind, 7 p.m., Lexington Opera House Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra Teen Arts Festival, 3 p.m., SCFA Concert and Recital Hall TUESDAY, MARCH 14 The Dustbowl Revival, 8:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 Rockin’ Road to Dublin, 7:30 p.m., Lexington Opera House Reed Turchi and the Caterwauls, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known FRIDAY, MARCH 17 MacSabbath | Metalachi | Okilly Dokilly, 9 p.m. Cosmic Charlies Norah Jones, 8 p.m., Palace Theater
FRIDAY, MARCH 24 Blood of the Wolf Festival, (through Sunday) 8:25 p.m., Al’s Bar The Big Maracas, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s
NORAH JONES in Louisville The Twiggenburys, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known SATURDAY, MARCH 18 Born Crosseyed, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Never Forget for the Rest of Your Life with The Steep Canyon Rangers, 8 p.m., The Palace in Louisville MONDAY, MARCH 20 BitBirgade | Swamphawk, 10 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s TUESDAY, MARCH 21 Riverdance, 7:30 p.m., the EKU Center for the Arts Bell’s Bartok, 8:30 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known
SATURDAY, MARCH 25 Johnny Conqueroo | Voodoo Economics | BOA, 9 p.m., Cosmic Charlie’s Chris Robinson Brotherhood, 7:30 p.m., Manchester Music Hall SUNDAY, MARCH 26 Lex Brunch with Warren Byrom & Fabled Canelands, 10 a.m., The Burl TUESDAY, MARCH 28 Jack Broadbent, 8 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 The Head (Official), 7 p.m., Best Friend Bar THURSDAY, MARCH 30 The Weeks, The Lonely Biscuits, 8 p.m. Cosmic Charlie’s Aaron Lewis, 8 p.m., Manchester Music Hall FRIDAY, MARCH 31 Hayseed Dixie, 9 p.m., Willie’s Locally Known
Free Will Astrology
By Rob Brezsny
ARIES (March 21-April 19): I predict that you will have earned the title of Master Composter no later than March 26. Not necessarily because you will have packed your food scraps, wilted flowers, coffee grounds, and shredded newspapers in, say, a deluxe dual-chamber tumbling compost bin. But rather because you will have dealt efficiently with the rotting emotions, tattered habits, decrepit melodramas, and trivial nonsense that has accumulated; you will have worked hard to transform all that crap into metaphorical fertilizer for your future growth. Time to get started! TAURUS (April 20-May 20): It’s a good time for you to wield your emotional intelligence with leadership and flair. The people you care about need more of your sensitive influence. Any posse or tribe you’re part of will benefit from your thoughtful intervention. So get out there and build up the group morale, Taurus. Assert your healing ideals with panache. Tamp down the insidious power of peer pressure and fashionable nonsense. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): If you were ever in your life going to be awarded an honorary PhD from a top university, it would happen in the next few weeks. If there were even a remote possibility that you would someday be given one of those MacArthur Fellowship “genius” grants, now would be the time. Likewise if you had any hopes of being selected as one of “The World’s Sexiest Chameleons” or “The Fastest, Sweetest Talkers on Earth” or “The Planet’s Most Virtuoso Vacillators,” the moment has arrived. And even if none of those things happen, I’m still pretty sure that your reputation and status will be on the rise. CANCER (June 21-July 22): You’re wandering into places you’ve always thought you should be wary of or skeptical about. Good for you! As long as you protect your innocence, I encourage you to keep exploring. To my delight, you have also been fantasizing about accomplishments that used to be off-limits. Again, I say: Good for you! LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): I did a good job of raising my daughter. She turned out to be a thoughtful, intelligent adult with high integrity and interesting skills. But I’m not sure my parenting would have been as effective if I’d had more kids. I discussed this issue with Nathan, a guy I know. His six offspring are all grown up, too. “How did you do it?” I asked him. “Having just one child was a challenging job for me.” “I’ll tell you my secret,” Nathan told me. “I’m a bad father. I didn’t work very hard on raising my kids. And now they never let me forget it.” In the coming weeks and months, Leo, I recommend that you pursue my approach in your chosen field, not Nathan’s. Aim for high-quality intensity rather than scattershot quantity. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): In her poem “Not Anyone Who Says,” Virgo writer Mary Oliver looks down on people who declare, “I’m going to be careful and smart in matters of love.” She disparages the passion of anyone who asserts, “I’m going to choose slowly.” Instead she champions those who are “chosen by something invisible and powerful and uncontrollable and beautiful and possibly even unsuitable.” Here’s my response: Her preferred formula sounds glamorous and dramatic and romantic — especially the powerful and beautiful part.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): The poet Rainer Maria Rilke bemoaned the fact that so many of us “squander our sorrows.” Out of self-pity or lazy self-indulgence, we wallow in memories of experiences that didn’t turn out the way we wished they would have. We paralyze ourselves with repetitions of depleting thoughts. Here’s an alternative to that approach: We could use our sadness and frustrations to transform ourselves.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): It’s time for the Bliss Blitz —a new holiday just for you Scorpios. To celebrate it properly, get as buoyant as you dare; be greedy for euphoria; launch a sacred quest for pleasure. Ah, but here’s the big question: Can you handle this much relief and release? Are you strong enough to open yourself to massive outbreaks of educational delight and natural highs? Some of you may not be prepared. You may prefer to remain ensconced in your protective sheath of cool cynicism. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): In his book The Horologicon, Mark Forsyth gathered “obscure but necessary” words that he dug out of old dictionaries. One of his discoveries is a perfect fit for you right now. It’s “snudge,” a verb that means to walk around with a pensive look on your face, appearing to be busy or in the midst of productive activity, when in fact you’re just goofing off. I recommend it for two reasons: 1. It’s important for your mental and physical health that you do a lot of nothing; that you bless yourself with a healing supply of refreshing emptiness. 2. It’s important for your mental and physical health that you do this on the sly as much as possible; that you avoid being judged or criticized for it by others. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): I wish your breakfast cereal came in boxes decorated with Matisse and Picasso paintings. I wish songbirds would greet you each morning with sweet tunes. I wish you’d see that you have more power than you realize. I wish you knew how uniquely beautiful you are. I wish you’d get intoxicated with the small miracles that are happening all around you. I wish that when you made a bold move to improve your life, everyone greeted it with curiosity and excitement.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): “You’re a different human being to everybody you meet,” says novelist Chuck Palahniuk. Now is an excellent time to contemplate the intricacies and implications of that amazing truth -- and start taking better advantage of how much freedom it gives you. Say the following statements out loud and see how they feel: 1. “My identity isn’t as narrowly circumscribed as I think it is.” 2. “I know at least 200 people, so there must be at least 200 facets to my character.” 3. “I am too complicated to be completely comprehended by any one person.” 4. “Consistency is overrated.”
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INTERNSHIPS: multimedia internships in Graphic Design, Web, Editorial, at Ace. Requires proficiency in WordPress, InDesign, and Photoshop with strong standing in JOU, ENG, ISC, WRD, CS, VIS, or LIS. Social Media addicts preferred. Email credentials and faculty reference: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUCTIONS The Kentucky Christmas Tree Association’s 13th annual plant auction will be held 10 a.m., Saturday, April 8, in the Fayette County Extension Office front parking lot, 1140 Harry Sykes Way (formerly Red Mile Place), Lexington. A portion of the proceeds will be used to provide one or more scholarships for students majoring in Forestry or related sciences in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment at the University of Kentucky. A variety of annuals, perennials, balled and burlapped landscape trees and shrubs will be for sale. For more information please call 859-223-1140.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Your immediate future is too good to be true. Or at least that’s what you, with your famous self-doubt, might be inclined to believe if I told you the truth about the favorable developments that are in the works. Therefore, I have come up with some fake anxieties to keep your worry reflex engaged so it won’t sabotage the real goodies. Beware of dirty limericks and invisible ladders and upside-down rainbows and psychic bunny rabbits. Be on guard against accountants wearing boxing gloves and clowns singing Broadway show tunes in runaway shopping carts and celebrities telling you classified secrets in your dreams.
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Home and Garden
Thursday, March 2 The Fayette County Extension Service will host a “Low Input Lawn Care” workshop Thursday, March 2, at 6:30 p.m. Lawn care can range from golf course management to mowing whatever happens to be growing out there. The staff will discuss how to get the most out of turf by biology. The workshop is free but guests must register at www.fayette.ca.uky.edu or calling 859.257.5582.
Saturday, March 4
Sprout a healthy lifestyle this year by growing your own sprouts and microgreens. In this workshop at Wilson Nurseries on Saturday, March 4 from 1 until 2 p.m. at its Frankfort location, 3690 East-West Connector. This easy and inexpensive growing sensation will keep you in abundance of this powerful food for salads, sandwiches and smoothies. The staff will share recipes. The admission covers instruction, tasting, and starter seeds.
Sunday, March 5
The Arboretum State Botanical Garden of Kentucky will host an artists reception Sunday March 5, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. For more information, go to www.arboretum.ca.uky.edu.
Tuesday, March 7
“Unusual Annuals From Seed” will be the focus of a class Tuesday, March 7 at 3 p.m. at the Fayette County Extension
Service office. There are lots of interesting annuals beyond what nurseries offer. the staff will discuss many old-fashioned cottage garden varieties you may want to try as well as some spectacular giant annuals that can be very dramatic. Guests will receive seeds for a few of them to grow yourself. To register, go to www.fayette. ca.uky.edu or call 859.257.5582.
Thursday, March 9
A workshop - “Vegetable Gardening for Beginners, The Early Spring Crops” - will be held Thursday, March 9 at 6 p.m. Class will be held at Southern States Cooperative, 2570 Palumbo Drive. Participants will receive a copy of a vegetable growing guide and a packet of seeds. For more information, stop by Southern States, 2570 Palumbo Drive or call 859.255.7524. This workshop will also be held Tuesday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. Little Sprouts, a program devoted to kids hosted by the The Arboretum State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, will be held on Thursday, March 9, 16 and 23. There will be two sessions each day. Preregistration required. for more information, go to www. arboretum.ca.uky.edu.
Saturday, March 11
Do you like to garden or enjoy working outdoors? Would you like to lend a hand at the state botanical garden? Come to the Dorotha Smith Oatts Visitor Center Saturday, March 11, from 10 a.m. to noon to learn about our opportunities for 2017, talk to staff and volunteers and sign up for the volunteer position.
Thursday, March 16
A class on growing potatoes will be held Thursday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fayette County Extension Service. As many of you know, home garden produce tastes far better then supermarket fare. To register, go to www.fayette.ca.uky.edu or call 859.257.5582.
Tuesday, March 21
A workshop on onions and leeks will be held Tuesday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Fayette County Extension Service. This class will provide an overview of the commonly grown onions and their relatives. The service will provide transplants of newer, harder to find onions and leeks for your garden. For more information or to register, go to www.fayette.ca.uky.edu or call 859.257.5582.
Monday, March 27
“A Glimpse of a Lunatic’s Garden” a virtual tour of 2016 through the seasons will be presented Monday, March 27 at 6 p.m. in the Fayette County Extension Service office. Proceeds going to the display gardens at The Arboretum.
Friday, March 31
My Favorite Things, in Hamburg behind Forcht Bank, will be holding its spring open house March 31 and April 1. In stock furniture will be up to 50 percent off and gifts, decor and accessories will be up to 25 percent off. To find out more, go to mftky.com.
REAL ESTATE: Properties recently sold in Fayette Co. Jan 20 Jan 30 Jan 13 Jan 26 Jan 28 Jan 20 Jan 27 Jan 17 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 13 Jan 17 Jan 26 Jan 19 Jan 23
40502 2364 THE WOODS LN 489 HART RD 632 TALLY RD 132 S ASHLAND AVE 3010 WINDERMERE RD 2080 VON LIST WAY 1057 CHINOE RD 329 PRESTON AVE 3027 WINDERMERE RD 760 ALBANY RD 351 PARK AVE 2414 LAKE PARK RD 2414 LAKE PARK RD 337 LINCOLN AVE 194 ST MARGARET DR
Jan 11 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 19 Jan 13 Jan 23 Nov. 18 Jan 20 Jan 19 Jan 27
40503 205 WALLER 3537 RABBITS FOOT TRL 1905 MEADOWBROOK CIR 109 DANTZLER DR 2420 LARKIN RD 3052 BLENHEIM WAY 629 SEATTLE DR 2880 GRAIG 2606 SOUTHVIEW DR 2900 AZOV CT
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$594,900 $430,000 $422,500 $355,000 $344,500 $330,000 $215,000 $156,000 $150,000 $146,000 $145,000 $135,000 $127,000 $127,000 $124,500 $1,165,000 $514,022 $450,000 $255,000 $202,000 $190,000 $190,000 $185,000 $182,000 $177,000
Jan 11 286 ROSEMONT GARDEN Jan 27 1625 NICHOLASVILLE RD Jan 09 317 CROMWELL WAY Jan 13 542 LONE OAK DR July 16, 2016 175 MALABU DR Jan 10 175 MALABU DR
$165,000 $159,300 $152,000 $106,000 $60,000 $45,000
Jan 13 Jan 19 Jan 20 Jan 09 Jan 19 Jan 13 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 17 Jan 13 Jan 23 Jan 10 Dec 9
40504 1684 LINSTEAD DR 808 SUMMERVILLE DR 1040 DELLA DR 868 LAUREL HILL RD 1774 BLUE LICKS RD 147 RUGBY RD 1187 DEVONPORT CIR 877 FURLONG DR 1769 NORMANDY RD 858 FURLONG DR 205 SIMPSON AVE UNIT 113 1928 CAMBRIDGE DR 623 ADDISON AVE
$297,000 $175,000 $134,200 $129,000 $119,625 $115,000 $110,000 $110,000 $105,000 $79,232 $78,500 $71,250 $51,000
Jan 09 Jan 18 Jan 10 Jan 18 Jan 13
40505 2141 PATCHEN LAKE LN 1833 GOODPASTER WAY 604 BERESFORD DR 319 MARIEMONT DR 640 NORTHSIDE DR
$565,134 $529,000 $179,900 $175,000 $142,000
Jan 13 617 ST ANTHONY DR Jan 13 1504 FT SUMTER CT Dec 23, 2016 2002 MEMPHIS CT Jan 27 1601 LIBERTY RD Jan 13 1606 ANNISTON DR Jan 27 353 NORTHWOOD DR Jan 10 671 DARTMOOR DR Jan 20 608 KINGSTON RD Jan 23 465 ROOKWOOD PKWY Jan 20 961 MEADOW LN Jan 17 1880 DALTON CT Jan 13 1853 COURTLAND DR Jan 11 217 HILLCREST AVE Jan 05 986 MARCELLUS DR Jan 12 109 BLUE GRASS AVE
$142,000 $133,000 $124,900 $115,725 $110,000 $102,000 $94,000 $93,000 $92,000 $84,000 $64,000 $63,000 $55,000 $42,000 $8,000
40507 350 E SHORT ST UNIT 229
Jan 17 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 19 Jan 18 Jan 26 Jan 23 Jan 17
40508 529 LAWRENCE ST 620 COLUMBIA AVE 772 BREATHITT AVE 516 E FOURTH ST 151 MONTMULLIN ST 161 ALABAMA AVE 755 DOUGLAS LOOP 147 ALABAMA AVE
$340,000 $268,300 $194,000 $132,900 $112,000 $110,000 $98,000 $47,000
REAL ESTATE: Properties recently sold in Fayette Co. Jan 23 Jan 06 Jan 27 Jan 14 Jan 20
119 RAND AVE 413 DOUGLAS AVE 611 ELM TREE LN 444 OHIO ST 508 PEMBERTON ST
Jan 20 Jan 13 Jan 13 Jan 26 Jan 27 Jan 13 Jan 23 Jan 17 Jan 13 Jan 27 Jan 19 Jan 19 Jan 20 Jan 25 Jan 20 Jan 27 Jan 19 Jan 12 Jan 13 Jan 18 Jan 18
40509 2124 WINNING COLORS LN 3419 COUNTRY CLUB DR 3500 CAICOS CT 1893 BAHAMA RD 802 LOCHMERE PL 1076 CHETFORD DR 2413 GEPPA CT 3241 CHERRY MEADOW 619 GINGERMILL LN 4153 TRADITION WAY 3720 STOLEN HORSE TRCE 1851 BATTERY ST 3514 TRANQUILITY PT 2000 HADDRELL CV 1706 AMETHYST WAY 2633 RED LEAF DR 3021 FALLING LEAVES LN 4671 LARKHILL LN 3556 INDIAN SUMMER TRL 166 HEDGEWOOD CT 179 HEDGEWOOD CT
$40,000 $26,000 $24,450 $12,000 $12,000 $799,634 $613,212 $590,000 $520,000 $453,557 $430,000 $425,940 $395,000 $394,000 $375,000 $357,400 $352,000 $327,531 $327,461 $293,922 $290,000 $289,500 $285,626 $279,500 $270,000 $270,000
Jan 18 Jan 18 Jan 18 Jan 18 Jan 18 Jan 24 Jan 16 Jan 18 Jan 23 Jan 13 Jan 23 Jan 13 Jan 17 Jan 28 Jan 18 Jan 26 Jan 13 Dec 28 Nov 18 Jan 10 Jan 18 Jan 18 Jan 18 Jan 23 Jan 13 Jan 17 Jan 05 Jan 06
201 HEDGEWOOD CT 261 HEDGEWOOD CT 297 HEDGEWOOD CT 255 OSAGE CT 285 OSAGE CT 1787 SANDHURST CV 2430 WOODHILL DR 2480 WOODHILL DR 512 DONNINGTON CT 1842 RACHELS RUN 3200 BLEDSOE PL 4504 PEBBLE BROOK CIR 2300 ICE HOUSE WAY 3941 REAL QUIET LN 3305 SCOTTISH TRCE 4716 FOXGLOVE PT 2220 WALSH CT 2105 SHAKER RUN RD 1072 CRIMSON CREEK DR 1165 OATLANDS PARK 804 RIDGEBROOK RD 2412 GEPPA CT 2416 GEPPA CT 2312 COUNTRY HILLS CIR 3084 BONANZA DR 317 BAINBRIDGE DR UNIT S 3132 MAPLELEAF SQ 3032 BONANZA DR
$270,000 $270,000 $270,000 $270,000 $270,000 $270,000 $270,000 $270,000 $262,000 $251,648 $245,000 $233,952 $230,000 $220,000 $220,000 $197,419 $188,500 $187,000 $178,000 $178,000 $162,000 $145,000 $145,000 $134,000 $110,000 $105,000 $97,000 $92,500
Jan 26 Dec 29 Jan 27
439 DARBY CREEK RD UNIT C $88,000 550 DARBY CREEK RD $80,000 2900 AFFIRMED CT UNIT C $74,000
Jan 27 Jan 23 Jan 20 Jan 17 Jan 25 Jan 23 Jan 19 Jan 20 Jan 23 Jan 23 Dec 07 Jan 17 Jan 27 Jan 20 Jan 24 Dec 29 Jan 27 Jan 23
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$271,692 $222,000 $191,000 $175,000 $173,000 $170,000 $169,900 $162,000 $143,500 $128,000 $121,000 $118,500 $106,900 $98,000 $65,000 $65,000 $57,000 $55,500
Jan 26 Jan 20 Jan 30
40514 3823 DYLAN PL 2072 TWAIN RIDGE DR 1816 HAVERWOOD PARK
$316,500 $315,000 $275,000
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