A former local business inspired the name of a local country band.
When Kristi Wright was a little girl, she would sit in church and sketch or draw photos of people in the congregation. When the service was over, she’d give the photos to those she drew.
A local band is forging its way through the area’s music scene.
Sometimes art comes in miniature form such as Andrea Dick’s hand-painted wooden dolls.
The Nutcracker has graced the stage of the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center since it was the theater’s opening performance in 2001.
Dailey and Vincent Christmas Show takes the stage of the State Theater at 7 tonight.
The Elizabethtown Choral Society will present a Christmas concert 3 p.m. Sunday at First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown.
This weekend has two different local musical offerings to help you get into the Christmas spirit with a third concert happening on Dec. 9.
After bringing their comedic stylings to the big screen last year, local comedy duo Eric and Joe are set to once again present a live show this weekend at the State Theater in Elizabethtown.
Allegro Dance Theatre will present its 30th production of the ballet of “Cinderella” this weekend.
The Chicks with Hits concert featuring Terri Clark, Pam Tillis and Suzy Bogguss makes its way to the Elizabethtown stage Saturday.
The Hardin County Playhouse will perform a fundraiser Nov. 12-15 to help boost the playhouse’s budget after having to cancel so many shows during the pandemic.
The Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center in Elizabethtown will be hosting a family-friendly magic show next week that boasts grand illusions, interactive magic, daring escapes and mind reading.
Jack Bibb of Elizabethtown dropped a new single this month.
Cast members with the Hardin County Playhouse will be performing a show full of ghoulish humor at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Science Auditorium this weekend as “The Revenge of an HCP Halloween” premieres.
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