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  • Music festival to feature Grammy-nominated group

    Grammy-nominated group Fireflight will headline the third annual Flames of Fire Music Venue MusicFest, which begins at 3 p.m. Saturday at Lakeside Worship Center in Elizabethtown.

    Tickets for the event are $10.50 in advance and $14 at the door. Seating is limited.

    Fireflight has released four albums. Its latest album is titled “Now.”

    Additionally, FFMV Music­Fest will feature Pillar of Fire, The Zach Allen Band and Second Perception. The bands are from Dawson Springs, Nashville and New Albany, Indiana, respectively.

  • Bumps, bruises part of springing into warm weather

    Spring has sprung and so have children. Sprung into action, that is.

    It’s inevitable that better weather will induce dormant, lethargic beings to become active, energetic ones. A sunny outdoor environment. after all, is alluring, what with its warming sunshine and burgeoning greenery.

    Part of that springing can be dangerous, though.

  • Veteran stand-up comedian headlines at State Theater

    Veteran comedian and voice­over artist Dave Dugan will headline a Comedy Caravan show at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Historic State Theater in downtown Elizabethtown.

    Dugan, who has made appearances on “The Arsenio Hall Show,” HBO, Comedy Central, FOX, A&E and VH-1, will perform with special guest comedians Todd McComas and Melissa Doran.

  • Best-selling author hosts booksigning at post library

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    New York Times best-selling author Greg Iles will discuss his latest book and sign copies when he makes an appearance noon May 21 at Barr Memorial Library at Fort Knox.

    Soldiers attending in uniform will receive a free autographed copy of one of the author’s books, whose titles include “24 Hours,” “True Evil” and “The Devil’s Punchbowl.” Limited quantities will be available.

  • CHHS grad named finalist in Student Academy Awards

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    A 2003 graduate of Central Hardin High School has been named a finalist in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 41st annual Student Academy Awards.

    James Roe, son of Jim and Susan Roe, was named a finalist in the Narrative category of the competition for his film “AM 800.”
    The film was completed in the fall, when James Roe was a graduate student at the Univeristy of New Orleans.

  • Free showing of documentary offered at State Theater

    The Historic State Theater in downtown Elizabethtown will host a free showing of a documentary about drug and alcohol addiction recovery at 7 p.m. Saturday.

    “The Anonymous People” highlights addiction recovery of over 23 million Americans and features Miss Kentucky and Miss USA 2006 Tara Conner, NBA star Chris Herren and actress Kristen Johnston, among others.

  • Bernheim celebrates spring with the opening of a new garden

    Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest will celebrate its annual celebration of spring Saturday with BloomFest and the opening of its new Edible Garden.

    The celebration will include local artisans, live music, a farmers market and garden short topic speakers. The annual spring sale of plants native to the region takes place during this event.

    For kids, Bernheim plans a garden fairy parade and the opportunity to construct a fairy house and other crafts. The children get a construction permit and find supplies in the marketplace needed to build the fairy house.

  • There's a day to celebrate everything, even for geeks

    Yes, Virginia, nerds have holidays. One of the biggest holidays happened over the weekend.

    It started in a galaxy far, far away and continued with fans on Earth who have affection for “Star Wars.”

    May the 4th, otherwise known as Star Wars day, has become a geeky holiday for many fans. It takes place on May the 4th as a play on the mantra “May the Force be with you.”

  • Spidey returns in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

    Spider-Man fans’ Spider-Senses have been tingling in anticipation of this summer’s second installment of the franchise re-launch, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”

    It fulfills promises of sticking with comic book story threads although a few webs sling in other directions.

    Andrew Garfield returns as Spidey, along with his real-life love interest, Emma Stone, as Gwen Stacy. But there are relationship troubles. Haunted by a promise to her father to keep her safe, he questions their relationship.

  • Elizabethtown band includes gigs as acoustic duo

    Elizabethtown band Bury the Lede took its name from a journalistic term that refers to presenting secondary information in a story first while relating the most important points or facts later.

    Andrew Critchelow, guitarist and vocalist, said he decided on the name after seeing bands with names using the word “bury” in a more literal sense. He wanted to offer a different take and because he always had been interested in journalism, he found the phrase to fit the bill.