Demarcus Wright has been making music for 15 years, but started taking it seriously about three years ago.
When Dezi Eddins was a child, she would receive drawing and art kits for every holiday and birthday. Displaying a keen interest in art at an early age, Eddins said she spent her childhood drawing outfits for her dolls and creating them with anything she could find around the house.
“I really can’t remember a time when I wasn’t interested in art,” said Debbie McQueary of Elizabethtown about her life-long love of art. “I’ve always enjoyed drawing and experimenting with design and color.”
Reeling from a barrage of cancellations because of COVID-19, the Hardin County Playhouse slowly is making plans for a second act.
For high school drama departments, COVID has altered the stage plan many times. But they’ve figured out ways to continue to keep the arts alive for area teens while keeping them safe.
Next week, the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center will bring a classic Sherlock Holmes story to TVs, phones and computers throughout the community and beyond as the venue’s ProAm program presents “The Hound of the Baskervilles.”
Elizabethtown band, Grafenburg, is hoping to make more music together after pushing through this last year.
Author Jerome Preisler, a New York Times bestselling author, will appear virtually at 6 p.m. Jan. 28 as part of the Barr Memorial Library on Fort Knox Authors at Your Library series.
Last year, Youth Theatre of Hardin County was forced to forgo its annual summer musical. The longest-running youth theater group in the state, it was the first time the group did not present a summer musical since its formation in 1972.
The adventure doesn’t stop at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest just because the weather has turned cooler.
Whether they are for Santa Claus or for family and friends, cookies are an essential part of holiday festivities. And with a little bit of frosting, holiday cookies are a great way to show off your creativity.
“The Nutcracker” is a holiday staple in Hardin County. While it won’t be performed in front of a live audience this year, it still will be performed.
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in Clermont is accepting applications for its annual Artist in Residence Program.
For Eric and Joe, the show goes on – just differently than usual. Instead of a live stage show it will be a movie, shown on the big screen.
Gov. Andy Beshear issued an order Nov. 18 in response to rising COVID-19 cases throughout the state, addressing restaurants, bars and indoor venues. Through the order — which went into effect Nov. 20 and will be issued through Dec. 13 — indoor venues, event spaces and theaters are limited to…
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