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  • If you respect comedy, pass on "Hall Pass"

    "Hall Pass" is so bad, for the first time in my movie watching experience, I got up and walked out within the first hour.

    Webster’s Dictionary defines “funny” as “affording light mirth and laughter” or “seeking or intended to amuse.” “Hall Pass” may have sought to amuse, but it fell far short.

  • Cory Baker, aka CPaper, is on a mission for success

    Corey Baker, rapping as CPaper Da Leprechaun, is hoping his lucky-sounding name will help him find success on the Kentucky and national hip-hop scenes.

    Baker is an Army brat, born in Fort Sill, Okla., he said, but has spent most of his life in Radcliff. His childhood days were filled with skateboarding, playing video games and colleting Pokemon and Digimon cards.

  • Toczko’s book wins an ADDY

    The News-Enterprise

    Elizabethtown photographer David Toczko’s book of photography won a prestigious advertising award.

    The American Advertising Federation Tri-State Advertising and Marketing Professionals distribute the regional ADDY Awards. Toczko’s book, “Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: 50th Anniversary of the Restoration,” received a Bronze ADDY for Collateral Material.

  • Peppino D'Agostino, 'a guitarist’s guitarist'

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    Italian-born guitarist Peppino D'Agostino will be featured Saturday as a part of Trinity Music Productions Guitar Masters Series 11.

    After moving to America, D'Agostino lived in California for many years and performs around the world. He’s not only a guitarist but also a composer, singer, teacher, entertainer, arranger and collaborator. He often sings in both English and Italian.

  • His majesty's birthday

    The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is described by the American Kennel Club as “low-set, strong, sturdily built and active, giving an impression of substance and stamina in a small space.”

    Their height is between 10 and 12 inches and they don’t have much of a tail.

    The AKC goes on to say their outlook is bold but kindly, the expression is intelligent and interested and the Corgi is never shy or vicious.

  • Dash of Class: Dessert recipes

    Here we are again at the end of the month and I have several recipes for you that have been submitted or requested.

    The first is a recipe that Maxine Shanks, previously named One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks, entered as a Valentine dessert and that it is. New York cheesecake is also a wonderful dessert you could make all year round. Thanks Maxine for sending this recipe.

    Red Velvet Cake is another popular Valentine dessert that is good the whole year.

  • "The Birds" revisited

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    In the past few weeks I’ve been thinking about Alfred Hitchcock.

    Not Alfie, per se, but one of the movies he directed. (No, not “Psycho,” which, I guess, is something to be thankful for.)

    It was “The Birds” that came to mind.

  • Radcliff Christian musician is one-man band

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    For Radcliff musician Tom Chatoney, creating music has a higher purpose than entertainment.

    After writing his first song for his then-girlfriend for her 16th birthday, most of Chatoney’s other song writing experiences have had a single purpose.

    “Except for the songs I’ve written for her, my mom and dad, and my son, all of my songs have been written for the glory of the Lord,” Chatoney said.

  • Dulcimer build and play event begins this week

    The News-Enterprise

    Children will get the opportunity to build, learn to play and take home a mountain dulcimer thanks to The Music & Arts Center of Cultural Learning and a grant from Very Special Arts of Kentucky.

    The Music & Arts Center of Cultural Learning in Elizabethtown will host the event at 6 p.m. March 3 with a construction session at which the instrument is built. Director Victor Collins said the event will include a performance by the Heartland Dulcimer Club.

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe: Dump recipes

    By MARY ALICE HOLT

    Barbara Watkins of Bonnieville sent me several recipes recently that you’re going to really enjoy. I’m featuring two of them today.

    Barbara says she does like Jerianne Strange does – cooks up lots of hamburger at a time and freezes it for use later. Barbara got the tip from her daughter years ago. She buys hamburger when it’s on sale, cooks it with onion, then drains it in a colander and rinses it in hot water to get rid of the extra fat. She then puts it in one-pound bags and freezes it.