Lombardi run extended at KRT
The popular response to Kentucky Repertory Theatre’s new production of “Lombardi” has resulted in Director Ken Hailey’s decision to extend the run of the play through an extra weekend. Instead of ending on July 22, the play will now continue through the weekend of July 27, 28, and 29.
New country star brings small-town roots to Plaza
Up-and-coming country star Tim Dugger is hesitant to make it to Nashville.
TV increasingly used as babysitter, researcher says
Parents may have the noblest of intentions and consider television and video programs to be a rich source of educational value for their children. But in truth, says one researcher, they're primarily using the video screen as a convenient and cheap babysitter.
Traveling exhibit teaches roots music; photo display showcases local talent
Most people who visit the American Cave Museum in Horse Cave during the next few weeks can expect to learn about geology, karst topography, hydrology and the history of Hidden River Cave.
‘Little Red Hen’ ... the moral of the story is hard work
If there's one thing officials with the Lunch Pail Theatre want children to get out of seeing one of their productions, it is the moral of the story.
10th annual Blueberry Festival begins Friday
An event to promote the production of blueberries in southcentral Kentucky will take place Friday and Saturday in downtown Edmonton.
The Blueberry Festival is now its 10th year and kicks off both days with a blueberry pancake breakfast.
Exile will perform at Plaza on Friday
Now that summer is here, Exile is in full swing of its touring season and Glasgow is one of the band’s concert dates.
‘Cotton Patch Gospel’ comes to Kentucky Rep
Kentucky Repertory Theater is kicking off its summer season of productions with the musical, “Cotton Patch Gospel.”
Youth artwork to be displayed at Cultural Center
The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center will host the first Just for Kids art display on Sunday, showcasing artwork of youth who take art classes through Barren County Community Education.
Rathkeltair to play Glasgow Highland Games
Celtic rock fans who trek to the Glasgow Highland Games this weekend will get to hear a couple of their favorites, such as Seven Nations and Father, Son and Friends, but they will also get to hear Rathkeltair.
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