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  • Masonic Lodge screens idie horror film, offers paranormal investigation

    For those brave souls who are not intimidated by things that go bump in the night, Morrison Masonic Lodge in Elizabethtown offers a special event Saturday night.

  • Organist Faulkner to play Campbellsville University

    Elizabethtown organist Kevin Faulkner will be the first performer of the annual Noon Organ Recital Series at Campbellsville University.

    The series features several organists. Two are from Elizabethtown.

  • HCP presents important 'Project'

    Looming behind the 10 chairs on stage, like a shadowy backdrop, crisscrossed pieces of lumber support longer planks that represent a split-rail fence.

    Like the 1998 incident that spurred the creation of “The Laramie Project,” the fence is not the focal point but rather the foundation for something larger.

    “The Laramie Project,” the latest production being performed by Hardin County Playhouse, examines the Wyoming town where Matthew Shepard was murdered rather than the murder itself.

  • Brian Young Band nabs headlining gig at the State

    Local group The Brian Young Band will headline a show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown.

    The band has been an opening act for other country artists who performed at the State Theater, including John Anderson and Mark Chesnutt.

    “My band and I are ready to give a high-energy and a crowd-pleasing show that’s great for all ages,” Young said.

  • 'Last Ounce of Courage' review: Nice try, unpolished result

    “Last Ounce of Courage”
    Rated PG for thematic elements, some war images and brief smoking Release date: Sept. 14
    Rating: unpolished

     

  • My computer is plotting against me

    There’s an evil presence that lingers on my desk each and every day. It has the power to stop all productivity, erase any work done during the day and cause frustration beyond belief.

    There’s evil there that does not sleep. OK, maybe that’s a quote about Mordor in “The Fellowship of the Ring” but I think it still applies to my computer.

    I’ve been told I just need to be nicer to it. That approach has been used and failed. It’s been fixed and re-fixed and still refuses to cooperate.

  • Toczko makes his mark again

    Local photographer David Toczko has made another mark in the Kentucky art scene.

    Acclaim Press has published “The Ambassador of Bourbon,” a visual depiction of Marker’s Mark bourbon.

    Toczko was the photographer for the book.

  • National Quartet Convention begins Sunday

    The 55th annual National Quartet Convention is expected to bring together more than 40,000 southern gospel music fans and dozens of acts in Louisville starting Sunday.

    Acts featured at the seven-day event, held at the Kentucky Exposition Center, include The Gaither Vocal Band, The Hoppers, The Kingdom Heirs and many more, according to a press release. Each day, the music starts in the morning and continues until midnight, with nightly concerts at Freedom Hall. For a complete lineup, go to www.nqconline.com.

  • 'Annie Get Your Gun' is a family affair at The PAC

    If you go: “Annie Get Your Gun” performances are 7 p.m. Sept. 7-8, 14-15 and 3 p.m. Sept. 8-9, 15-16 at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School. Tickets are $10 to $25. For information, go to www.thepac.net or call (270) 769-8837.

     

  • The 'odd' movie about Timothy Green

    “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” is a movie with heart but a storyline that’s hard to buy.

    It is heartwrenching, heartwarming and heartbreaking. But it’s also based on a strange premise that disconnects it from the rest of the film.