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Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in Clermont is in the midst of its first phase of reopening, after months of being closed to the public. Bernheim members now can register to visit the nature preserve and registration will be available to the general public starting July 27.

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While theaters are shut down, a long-awaited treat is about to hit streaming services.

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For members of the Heartland Dulcimer Club, the ability to host an annual community festival and concert for 25 consecutive years was a major milestone. To commemorate this milestone, a documentary was filmed on the club’s 25th annual festival and concert last November.

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For the past two years, many have walked into a small, 18-seat classroom at the Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown and have walked out with a new-found passion for painting. This is thanks to local art instructor Olivia Allen.

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Even though Hollywood is wait­ing to release new films, local theaters have reopened and offer movie options with COVID-19 precautions.

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Whether it’s police brutality or institutional racism, Radcliff-based rapper Joel Meeks has a point to make in his rhymes. Performing and recording under the moniker Classic, Meeks has contributed several albums and mixtapes to the world of conscious hip-hop.

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Under Gov. Andy Beshear’s Healthy at Work plan, photography businesses around the state were able to resume operations Monday after weeks of closures amid COVID-19. However, like with all sectors of the economy allowed to again operate under the plan, photographers must adhere to Healthy at …

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Pursuing a career requiring engagement from large crowds of people, DJs throughout the country have been hit hard by COVID-19. Rineyville-based DJ James Hummel can attest to this hardship.

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Although Dusenbury & Sons Piano is a new addition to down­town Elizabethtown’s retail scene, the business’s roots go back more than half a century. Own­er Kyle Dusenbury’s grandfather, Calvin Coles, opened a piano business in Cleveland, Ohio in 1958. From there, Dusenbury’s father, Donal…

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Laughter is something people need in a crisis. Local comedians Joe Bennett and Eric Clemens try to keep the laughs going online trough their Eric and Joe Show social media platforms.

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When it comes to teaching a musical instrument, a six-foot distance between instructor and student might not prove to be productive. This – along with the burden of making sure every instrument, cable and surface is properly sanitized – has forced many music instructors to move online amid t…