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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…
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but maybe you’re a little tired of candy hearts, flowers, and pink everything. Maybe a little Frankenstein is more your style.
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.
If you haven’t had time to try all of the independent restaurants in Historic Downtown Jeffersonville yet, next Thursday’s Progressive Dinner is your chance to check out three at once.
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.
FLOYD COUNTY — First Friday Concerts at the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library will return next month, with a special Star Wars-themed event planned for May 4.
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,…
We’ve all seen signs that convey information without words. Concepts like "Deer Crossing" and "No Left Turn" are clearly understood from simple figures on a plain background.
LOUISVILLE — Danny Wimmer Presents has announced the 2018 dates for its nationally acclaimed festivals at Champions Park in Louisville.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A new elf, brought to life by a Jeffersonville musician, is joining the cast of traditional Christmas song characters.
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.
NEW ALBANY — Jingle Walk, Holiday Fest and Light Up #OurNA are designed to draw visitors downtown to shop, play, party, and get into the holiday spirit in downtown New Albany on Nov. 25.
Platform 22, Floyd County Public Arts’ first project, combines history, education, and fine art in a series of 11 art installations located in nine public parks and two public buildings.
Going into its 14th year, the Downtown Merchants Holiday Open House has become the unofficial kickoff to the season for many, and a good introduction to the types of small businesses that thrive in Jeffersonville.
BETHLEHEM — David Abbott remembers seeing the old Bethlehem School boarded up when he was a teenager, trees encroaching on the building.
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.
NEW ALBANY — Ray Wallace has been shooting photos for the better part of 40 years, but the Indiana University Southeast chancellor continues to find new stories with his visual documentation.
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.
NEW ALBANY — The first time that Nick Berryman attended a LARP event, he felt the way most people would if they found themselves in a campground full of people pretending to be wizards and marauders.
NEW ALBANY — From a home on Ind. 111 to the west and one within a half-block of Silver Creek to the east, Saturday’s 12th annual New Albany Historic Home Tour covers a lot of territory.
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…
JEFFERSONVILLE — It was music that led Scott Shireman to Jesus. Now, the Jeffersonville resident is the organizer of the annual Rock On Water Christian music festival, and he hopes to give others the same introduction to God that he had.
Local celebrities are preparing to cut a rug for a good cause at Hosparus Health of Southern Indiana’s 11th annual Dancing with the Stars charity event Sept. 12 at Huber’s Orchard and Winery.
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.
New Albany's TheatreWorks of Southern Indiana opened in June to sold out performances of “Rumors.” It's following up with a run of “Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” opening Wednesday, Aug. 9.
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…
GEORGETOWN — Henry Winkler, Linda Blair from “The Exorcist,” Gunnar Hansen from “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”: The Georgetown Drive-In has seen plenty of celebrities visit over the years. But owner Bill Powell’s favorite was Tony Moran, the actor who played the unmasked Michael Myers in the 1978…
JEFFERSONVILLE — The magic of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” will hit the Jeffersonville Riverstage next week, with three free fully-produced performances by the River Pops Orchestra.
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.
NEW ALBANY — With a new designation from the National Park Service, Second Baptist Church in New Albany is now in the same category as Harriet Tubman’s adulthood home and the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in Washington, D.C.
This Week's Circulars
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: Say so long to Ro(meo), Sean East
- Suspect in custody following cyber threat targeting New Albany High School
- Future New Albany pub about the classics and conversation
- THE HEART THAT BINDS: Transplant connects families from across the country
- How local schools keep students safe
- FOND FAREWELL: Seniors East, Langford combine for 55 points in victory over Bedford
- Jeffersonville adult caretaker charged with fraud, theft, neglect
- Bank Street Brewhouse will soon have Mexican food as Taco Steve moves in
- Greenville-based company puts SoIN on the galactic map
- Andrew Takami suspends U.S. Senate campaign