• ECTC Choristers, others to present free Holiday Concert

    A free concert at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College continues a tradition that began with the opening of the college.

    The Holiday Concert by the ECTC Choristers, which is open to the public, is at 7 p.m. today in the Morrison Gallery at ECTC.

  • Glen Rice to sing memories of Christmas

    Glen Rice and friends ring in the season at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the LaRue County High School theater in Hodgenville.

    The show, titled “Memories of Christmas,” features traditional and gospel holiday favorites as well as original songs.

    Amber Martin, Pat Portman, Roger Conley, Camille Turner, Ron Benningfield, Eddie Black, Wayne Sexton, Glenn Williams, Lou Bingham and Teri Lynn Dandy all will appear on stage.

    The fourth district choirs of Abraham Lincoln and Hodgenville Elementary schools also will perform.

  • Leitchfield author Adamson to sign his latest book

    Author Dr. Jerry Adamson will sign his latest book, “3M-Making Marriage Meaningful,” from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Barnes and Noble in Elizabethtown.

    The book is a compilation of two years of weekly newspaper columns highlighting what he’s seen in his counseling practice.

    He features practical advice in dealing with marriage and other issues in life. The book also has served as a handbook for counselors and ministers.

  • Acoustic Guitar Masters series brings two performers to the PAC

    The Acoustic Guitar Masters Concert Series welcomes Tim Grimm and Antsy McClain back to a local stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hardin County Schools’ Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    Tim Grimm of Indiana is a songwriter who has appeared on stage and screen, once along side Harrison Ford in “Clear and Present Danger.”

    His 2007 concept album “Wilderness Plots” was featured in two PBS programs that were nominated for Emmy Awards.

  • Children abound in HCP's Christmas production

    An old adage warns actors should never work with children or animals. When Hardin County Playhouse presents their production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” today through Sunday and Dec. 12 through 15, there will be plenty of the former on stage.

    “This is definitely a kid-centered show,” director Bo Cecil said.

    “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” is double-cast with about 90 actors, most of whom are children, Cecil said. Actors ranging in age from 5 to 21 fill the roles of children.

  • Vince Vaughn finds himself in an unusual predicament in 'Delivery Man'

    “Delivery Man”
    Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, sexual content, some drug material, brief violence and language
    Release date: Nov. 22
    Runtime: 105 minutes
    Rating: Not hilarious but OK

    With a few comic moments speckled throughout, “Delivery Man” takes a look at personal responsibility and a bit of a moral dilemma.

  • Radcliff author pens collection of poetry

    A Radcliff resident, disabled veteran and graduate of what was then Elizabethtown Community College has published a book of poetry.

    Sandra M. Sutherland, 63, is the author of “A Journey Through My Mind,” which was released in August.

    The poems span a variety of subjects and represent the writing Sutherland has done most of her life.

    “I had started as a child,” she said.

  • Teachers show art branches beyond the classroom

    Area art teachers said an upcoming exhibit is providing them an opportunity to grow as artists and set an example for their students outside the classroom.

    Art teachers will display their creations in Paedagogus, an exhibit at Wild Earth Gallery Dec. 7-Jan. 31. Paedagogus is Latin for teacher, said gallery owner LaDonna Bird.

  • 113th Army Band Dragoons present 'Letters Home'

    The 113th Army Band Dragoons present a holiday concert at 7 p.m. Friday at Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    The concert, “Letters Home,” features classics, contemporary pop and rockin’ favorites for the holiday.

    As a family treat, Santa makes an early December appearance during the event.

    The performance is a bit of a departure from the traditional Army band concert, said Sgt. Timothy Stuart, public affairs officer.

  • Elf on the Shelf brings Christmas joy or complete paranoia

    It’s that time of year again. My Facebook timeline is flooded with photos of creepy elves doing creepy things in creepy locations. In other words, the Elf on the Shelf is back.

    I am totally weirded out by this little fellow and would have been as a child as well. I was the type of kid who was scared of marionettes and the giant Raggedy Ann doll in my bedroom. Who am I kidding? Those two things would creep me out today.