• Communication key in latest HCP production

    The first object fits in her hand and is mostly smooth but slightly textured. The next item is also smooth but larger with more curves and openings into which her young fingers can slip.

    An egg. A mug.

    At the urging of her determined instructor, the blind and mute girl turns over the items in her hands during her reluctant journey to unlock the world of language.

  • 'Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur'

    Owning a cat has been quite the learning experience.

    They are so different from dogs in many ways.

    To a dog, you are the center of its universe. It is obvious a cat feels as if it is the center of all universes.

    Another thing I’ve learned is cats are part ninja. They are so light on their feet you don’t hear them coming.

  • Ames to perform with Campbellsville University Piano Ensemble

    Colleen Ames of Eliza­bethtown will play during the Campbellsville University Piano Ensem­ble’s spring concert at 8 tonight in The Gheens Recital Hall on the Campbellsville University campus.

    Performances include pieces for four or more hands at one or two pianos. The recital hall is in the Gosser Fine Arts Center at 210 University Drive, Campbellsville.

  • 'Furious 7:' One last ride

    The fast driving, hard punching gang from the “Fast and Furious” franchise is back in action but this time around there’s more meaning behind the madness.

  • Civil War subject of Fort Knox book signing

    As part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, Barr Memorial Library at Fort Knox will host a free book signing at 6 p.m. Tuesday featuring the author of a work on the subject.

  • Free classical guitar concert to be held at ECTC

    Classical guitar concert will take the spotlight Wednesday at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College during a free public concert.

    The concert begins at 7 p.m. in the Morrison Art Gallery in the James S. Owen Building, formerly the Administration Building. It will feature Stephen Mattingly, a professor of classical guitar at the University of Louisville.

  • Students showcased in ECTC exhibit

    Student art is on display at Morrison Art Gallery on the Eliza­bethtown Community and Technical College campus in an exhibit that runs through April 15.

  • 'Lend Me a Tenor' brings laughs to The PAC stage

    Comedy takes the stage at the Hardin County Schools Perfor­ming Arts Center this weekend with the Classic ProAm production “Lend Me a Tenor.”

    PAC technical director Aaron Taylor is directing the production he calls “a door-slamming farce” in the spirit of a Marx Brothers or Abbott and Costello comedy.

  • The Boov invade in 'Home'

    Rated PG for mild action and some rude humor.
    Release date: March 27
    Runtime: 94 minutes
    Rating: Cute but lacking


    The News-Enterprise

    DreamWorks Animation’s “Home” is a colorful adventure but it may not be an adventure worth taking.

  • Being lured to a true addiction

    The News-Enterprise

    This is the time of year I start thinking seriously about fishing.

    If you ask my other half, Rebecca Ricks, she would say I never stop thinking seriously about fishing. I will admit I do think about fishing a lot, but thinking seriously about fishing is quite another thing.