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  • Historic State Theater hosts art show and auction

    The Historic State Theater Complex will host its first art show and auction Saturday in the First Federal Gallery.  

    With the recent art activity going on downtown during Second Saturday and exhibits at Wild Earth Gallery, theater director Emily West thought the timing was right to do something a little more cultural at the theater complex.  

    The free show is open noon to 6:30 p.m. with the auction beginning at 7 p.m. All the auction pieces will be on display throughout the day.

  • Local country artist releases a CD

    The News-Enterprise

    Local country music singer Josh Proctor will be releasing a new CD and performing 6-9 p.m. tonight at Adobo Mexican Restaurant at 5612 Bardstown Road in Louisville.

    The CD is called “On My Own” and can be purchased for $10 from www.joshproctorsings.com and is available for download.

    During the release concert, Proctor will perform songs from his CD as well as duet from the album with Rebekah Lynn.

  • Getting past the morning breakdown

    By SARAH BERKSHIRE
    The News-Enterprise

    Of all the new experiences starting school would bring, I feared morning mayhem more than anything else.

    We have a history of falling apart in the morning.

    I’m guilty of chanting “hurry up,” guilty of yelling “get in here and brush your teeth right now” and guilty of walking away from a half-dressed child, completely infuriated over a pair of socks.

  • Percy Jackson, take him or leave him

    “Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters”
    Rated PG for fantasy action violence, some scary images and mild language.
    Release date: Aug. 7
    Runtime: 106 minutes
    Rating: Not a total waste of time

  • Folk art exhibit to feature local residents

    Two local artists will be featured in “Earthwork,” a folk art exhibit that begins Saturday at Wild Earth Gallery in Elizabethtown.

    An opening night reception for the free exhibit is 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, during downtown’s Second Saturday event. The exhibit runs through Oct. 4.

    Vine Grove artist Kenneth Exler exhibits a sculptural form of wood craft known as wood intarsia. Exler creates detailed figures and scenes by carving, shaping, painting and piecing together wood.

  • State Theater shows 'funniest movie of all time'

    If I had access to a time machine I would set the date for Monday, Aug. 4, 1958. Location: MGM Studios in Culver City, Calif. That was when the shooting began for the historic, timeless and ever classic movie, “Some Like It Hot.”

    There is director Billy Wilder always in perpetual motion, never still, pacing back and forth with the ever present cigarette perched between his thin lips. Jack Lemmon is patient, waiting for his cue. Tony Curtis is laughing about his next scene. And there is the radiant, stunning Marilyn Monroe.

  • Hollywood misses booming market of 60 and older crowd

    The generation that grew up on Saturday afternoon matinees is retiring and ready to relax at the movies, but some don’t like what they see.

    Locals seniors, age 60 and older, voiced their opinion on what kind of movies Hollywood should be making for their demographic. And that demographic is large.

  • Night sky event provides excuse to slow down

    Gazing up on a clear night as an eggshell moon glows amid stars that glint and gleam sporadically within a celestial landscape of sprawling dark firmament, it is easy to feel small and insignificant.

    Regardless of that feeling of irrelevance I enjoy looking at the stars and moon from time to time, and I’m not sure why.

    Certainly a starry night sky has a beauty of its own. It has been the subject of art and music for ages.

    But I’m not sure that’s all there is to it.

  • PAC to host Glen Rice concert

    The Glen Rice Family and Friends Musical Concert Series returns at 7 p.m. Friday to Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School for its eighth season.

    The concert features musician Glen Rice and seven entertainers from the region: Amber Martin, Pat Portman, Christy Miller, Brooke Thornsberry, Clinton Spaulding, Roger Conley and Allen Hilbert.

    Included in the concert is a tribute to George Jones and The Beatles. The concert also features “Best of the Duets.”

  • Hodgenville woman creates art under glass

    When artist Nancy Musika needs creative inspiration for her glass paintings it’s as close as her front door.

    On her wooded property in Hodgenville, birds and animals find a friend in Musika, who often provides food for them.

    “I really love nature, and I love wildlife. I have a terrific respect for wildlife,” Musika said.

    That love of wildlife frequently translates to an art project.

    “Really, the process starts with me seeing a bird or something I just love,” she said.