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LOUISVILLE — A sign of spring sprouted recently as the Kentucky Derby Festival’s 2018 poster rolled off the presses at Clark & Riggs in Louisville. This year’s poster was designed by Louisville artists and twin sisters — Jeaneen Barnhart and Doreen Barnhart DeHart. This is a five-peat fo…

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The Carnegie Center, 201 E. Spring St., New Albany, will sponsor a free opening reception of the next exhibit, “The Sixties – Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out!” featuring the atypical quilts of Penny Sisto, a longtime New Albany resident and artist.

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Cabin fever has been all too real in Southern Indiana this winter. Several consecutive days at or below freezing — topped off with a dollop of snow this week — has forced school closures and tested parental patience.

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As a direct reaction to the violence overwhelming our communities, ArtSeed and The Kentucky Center for African American Heritage will host two art exhibitions, and a cultural series directly addressing the multifaceted and interconnected issues of violence in Louisville and Southern Indiana,…

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NEW ALBANY – As a kid or young adult, opportunities to play traditional instruments abound, especially at school. There are concert bands, orchestras and jazz groups — enough to keep any casual music geek satisfied. But when education stops, so do many of those chances. 

  • By Jenna Esarey newsroom@newsandtribune.com

SOMEWHERE SPOOKY NEAR HAMBURG — For some people, just walking in the woods at night is a frightening experience. But add ghosts, ghouls, a clown or two, and a host of other creepy-crawlies to the mix and you’ve got the Haunted Woods.

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NEW ALBANY — Extending its community arts outreach even further, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s Arts Council has put out a call for two- or ten-minute plays for its first Short New Play Festival to be held Feb. 11.

LOUISVILLE — With less than a month until the inaugural Bourbon & Beyond Festival at Champions Park, Danny Wimmer Presents is excited to announce the official schedule of music performances, experiences and additional events, workshops, tastings and partners that has been added to the ex…

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NEW ALBANY — Minutes after learning that Julie Schweitzer had left her position as executive director of the Arts Council of Southern Indiana, Jim and Tabitha Sprigler were ready to help with a new opportunity.

LOUISVILLE — Save the date and ready your appetite: after three successful years, Louder than Life returns to Champions Park in Louisville, on Saturday, Sept. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 1, for its fourth year of rock 'n' roll, Gourmet Man Food, local craft beer, onsite experiences, and the mind-bl…

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  • By JENNA ESAREY newsroom@newsandtribune.com

JEFFERSONVILLE — The ninth annual Wine Walk & Shop event in Historic Downtown Jeffersonville on Friday offers tastings from local and regional wineries along with sales and specials from downtown merchants.

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