With the lasting popularity of television shows such as “The Walking Dead” and movies like “World War Z,” zombies have retained their popularity in modern culture. They even outlasted the vampire craze from a few years ago.
A local farm is bringing the popularity of the undead to its fall market activities with zombie paintball.
“The Maze Runner” offers a familiar film scenario.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world full of secrets and lies, teenagers must battle their way to some sort of resolution or freedom. A dystopian society is in control and, somehow, teenagers out to prove they are different have to help change the world they know.
One of my family’s favorite films is “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” I can’t even tell you how many times we’ve seen it over the years, but it never gets old. In fact, my dad even had one of Indy’s trademark brown fedoras. My brother has it now.
Honest Abe will be accompanied Saturday by The Force in Hodgenville when The Louisville Civic Orchestra performs a free concert featuring music from Aaron Copland’s “A Lincoln Portrait” and music from “Star Wars.”
The concert is at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church at 730 Tonieville Road and will feature the full 60-member orchestra.