While many of the events this year have been canceled, at least two holiday events will go on.
Although vocalists Matt McDougal of Elizabethtown and Bekah Wilson generally have used their vocal talents in area churches, they’ve recently decided to branch out as a duo.
The annual Kentucky Bourbon Festival, which is being served up this year with a virtual twist, put tickets on sale this week.
After a long span away from the stage, rehearsal returns to the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, with COVID-19 precautions.
Filmmakers from around the world will be showcased Sept. 18-20 as Crowne Pointe Theatre in Elizabethtown hosts the second Elizabethtown Film Festival.
The Central Kentucky Art Guild is preparing for this year’s All Member Show, an annual event since 1994.
Since he was a child, Ken Boggle of Elizabethtown said he has possessed a keen sense of intuition. It’s this ability that led Boggle to pursue the art of tarot card reading.
In a time when more indoor activities are closing or limited for COVID-19 restrictions, drive-in theaters are an option that not only offers entertainment but also an adventure.
After a decade of connecting individuals in the Fort Knox area with a wide variety of authors through in-person events, the Barr Memorial Library is going virtual with its Authors at Your Library series.
The world of oldies radio lost one of its long-time DJ’s last week when Johnny Randolph died on July 22. He was 79.
The State Theater will be the venue for a rock and country concert Sept. 18, featuring regional touring acts, local talent and even a bit of comedy.
Robert Christopher Smith grew up in Elizabethtown, but Hollywood dreams called him away. During COVID-19, he’s channeled his energy into an older media — radio drama.
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.
While theaters are shut down, a long-awaited treat is about to hit streaming services.
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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