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  • Concerts provide soundtrack for Cruisin' event

    Cruisin’ the Heartland is not just about vintage automobiles, it’s a taste of fun and nostalgia, and the soundtrack will be provided by two concerts.

    Local band The Headstones, will have visitors dancing in the streets when they provide a free street concert Saturday. The concert will be held in the parking lot of the Historic State Theater.

    The street concert is slated to begin 5:30 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m.

  • Hardin County Playhouse to hold "Deathtrap" auditions

    THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE

    Twists and turns characterize the plot of “Deathtrap,” a play for which Hardin County Playhouse is holding auditions.

    Auditions are 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at Plum Alley Theater in the Historic State Theater complex.

    Needed are two women, one man and supporting cast. No preparation is necessary.

  • Vintage cars will be Cruisin' the Heartland this weekend

    Rev up your engines, polish up those tires and wipe down the chrome because Cruisin’ the Heartland returns to town this weekend.

    Last year’s even was expected to draw 300 cars but organizers were thrilled to see about 950 cars from six states lining the streets of downtown Elizabethtown.

    “We were very happy for the first year,” organizer Rik Hawkins said. “It felt like you’d walked back in time with all the chrome, glitter and muscle cars.”

  • The Newsboys are coming to Severns Valley

    Christian recording artists The Newsboys will perform a concert Oct. 16 at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.

    The Newsboys have four Grammy nominations and 18 Dove award nominations that include five wins. The group's contemporary Christian hits include “Shine,” “Entertaining Angels” and “He Reigns” and recent releases “Born Again” and “In the Hands of God.”

  • Dash of Class: Enjoying summer's harvest

    The Carrot Zucchini Bread recipe published last week had mistakes in it. I apologize, but I can only trust the website I get recipes from periodically. I can’t always make every recipe, because of time and financial restraints. Thanks to one of my readers for letting me know. However, I am giving you two zucchini bread recipes today and if you want to add carrots, you can do that by adding shredded carrots to the batter.

  • Boxwine is classy, but not that classy

    Boxwine considers their style of music, lyrics and attitude “classy, but not really,” Zac Newton said. That somewhat-classy description is the origin of the band name.

    “We see the concept of boxed wine in the same way, as a sort of low-class attempt at sophistication,” Newton said.

  • PAC director turns actor to portray famed assassin in one-man show

    Bart Lovins hasn’t been himself lately.

    Dyed and permed hair, colored contacts and visits to the gym are all part of his physical investment in playing the role of a famed assassin in the one-man play “To Bury Caesar: An Evening with John Wilkes Booth.”

    “As a musician, your instrument is your instrument,” Lovins said. “As an actor, your body is your instrument.”

  • The Best: Three favorite crowd-pleasing cakes

    I’m featuring three of my favorite cakes today – Italian Wedding Cake (also known as Italian Cream Cake), Fresh Apple Cake and Pumpkin Sheet Cake.

    I remember getting the Italian Wedding Cake recipe from a cookbook published by University of Kentucky alumni some 30 to 35 years ago, and I’ve had the Fresh Apple Cake recipe about that long, too. The Pumpkin Sheet Cake came from Taste of Home magazine probably 20 years ago.

  • Kristi Johnson uses passion for theater, history to create new drama in downtown E'town

    Surrounded by yellowed historical documents, 100-year-old diaries and letters from the Civil War era is exactly where Kristi Johnson likes to be.

    She used those documents to create the “Civil War Ghosts and Legends Drama,” which begins at 8 p.m. Friday.

  • Louisville thief focus of Radcliff writer's historical novel

    A Radcliff author has published “Underground,” a historical novel about small-time thief who becomes a high-society millionaire in Louisville.

    Billy H. Dean, a Radcliff resident and U.S. Army training specialist at Fort Knox, wrote the book published by Xlibris.

    “Underground” tells the tale of Robert O’Brien, a Louisville thief, and his rise from petty crime to the world of wealth. The novel is set in the Louisville area where O’Brien grew up, including the Portland neighborhood.