The Indiana Department of Insurance, the state’s insurance regulator, is alerting Hoosiers 65 and older that there is a Special Enrollment Period for Part B of Medicare without penalties.
The Lanesville Heritage Weekend festival has always been about celebrating rural agriculture, but things will kick up a notch this year with hundreds of tractors prowling the grounds of Lanesville Heritage Park.
As part of the Carnegie Center for Art and History's Songs & Stories of Freedom initiative, an author and illustrator team will talk about their work during the upcoming "A Book, A Page, A World: The Artistic Journey of Author and Illustrator."
SELLERSBURG — Art in Speed Park, a juried art fair with 100 of the finest artists in the region and beyond, will hold its 29th show Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24 and 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
NEW ALBANY — Southern Indiana’s annual celebration of the arts and butterflies, the Monarch Festival and Art Fair, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 17, at a new location — the New Albany Riverfront Amphitheater.
JEFFERSONVILLE — In a unified display of light, community workshops will be held over the next few weeks so participants can march in the Duke Energy Lantern Parade at the upcoming Steamboat Nights Festival.
LOUISVILLE — Three distinctly different music and bourbon festivals on three consecutive weekends at the Kentucky Expo Center will make for a rollicking September.
"Turning Opportunity into Action" isn’t just a tagline for Methodology Foundation, it’s a way of life. And this weekend in collaboration with Montgomery Farms Wedding and Events, the opportunity for inclusion is put into action at the second annual Montgomery Farms Sweet Corn Festival and Sp…
The Carnegie Center presents “Blunt: Inspiration in Transition,” a group exhibition of artwork by prominent local and national artists whose lives and work are influenced by the creative culture of skateboarding.
LOUISVILLE — Forecastle Festival-goers braved the heat at Louisville’s Waterfront Park over the weekend to see an eclectic lineup of more than 50 bands across the event’s five stages, and experience the best of the city’s quirky culture.
The TheatreWorksEDU student productions of Disney’s “The Lion King KIDS” and “Seussical Jr.” begin this week at the New Albany Amphitheater.
A collaboration between the Frazier History Museum in Louisville and Second Baptist Church in New Albany will commemorate the 400th anniversary of enslavement in America.
For its next exhibit, called “Implicit Objects,” ArtSeed gallery in New Albany is featuring the works of Donna Stallard and Jodie Furbee — both of whom have ties to Indiana University Southeast.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The NoCo Arts Center in downtown Jeffersonville will soon be sizzling in the month of July with activities centered on the stories of Aesop’s Fables, which will culminate in a capstone piece of artwork.
Strategically situated on the Ohio River, New Albany, was once one of the nation’s most prolific steamboat-building cities. While the industry quickly faded, the steamboat as symbol of New Albany’s identity has endured many generations.
The popular Art on the Parish Green festival celebrates its 13th year this weekend at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 11th and Main streets in downtown New Albany.
NEW ALBANY — The Keg Liquors Fest of Ale event will celebrate its 14th anniversary from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 1, and its fourth year hosting thousands of people at the New Albany Riverfront Amphitheater, located below East Main Street at the foot of Pearl Street.
Blue Monday takes on a whole new meaning as the Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site hosts a Blue Banquet on Monday, May 20, from 6 to 9 pm.
The Carnegie Center for Art and History’s annual “Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie” exhibit opens Friday, May 24, with a members-only gallery talk at 5:30 p.m., followed by a public opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibit continues through July 20.
With the completion of a bridge over Silver Creek in November, the Ohio River Greenway finally allows users to ride or walk the path from end to end — from New Albany, through Clarksville, to Jeffersonville on 7.5 miles of mixed-use trails and roads.
LOUISVILLE — The World’s Largest Bourbon Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, will make its anticipated return to Louisville on Friday, Sept. 20, Saturday, Sept. 21, and Sunday, Sept. 22, expanding to three days full of incredible music, unique culinary events and unmatched experiences from the r…
NASHVILLE, Ind. — Historic Brown County has announced the grand opening of the new, highly anticipated performing arts venue, the Brown County Music Center. The world-class venue will host its grand opening event on Saturday, Aug. 24, with a concert by legendary country artist Vince Gill, an…
For the fourth straight year Kentucky Shakespeare will be bringing its Shakespeare in the Parks tour to Jeffersonville — but this time at a new location.
NEW ALBANY — From nature scenes to pet portraits, three exhibits with opening receptions on April 12 will offer plenty of variety on the Southern Indiana arts scene.
As the NoCo Arts & Cultural District continues to grow in downtown Jeffersonville — it's short for just North of Court Avenue — the city and its Public Arts Commission is offering up a Creative Impact Series to spur interest.
The 12th annual Stella di Luce art show will be held Saturday and Sunday, March 23-24, at Huber Winery. The event draws nearly 50 artists while celebrating the arrival of the popular Stella di Luce wine.
LOUISVILLE — If anyone going to see the Pixies and Weezer Friday night in Louisville didn't know what to expect from the iconic musicians, they left with a smile and an energy that would leave them bouncing in their Vans for hours after it ended.
CLARKSVILLE —“You just don’t understand!” is a common statement teenagers say to their parents — and vice versa. “Freaky Friday” — the musical by Disney — gives one rebellious teenage girl and her stressed-out mom the chance to understand what the other is going through when they accidentall…
A year-long series of events at the Carnegie Center for Art and History will use the arts to reinterpret the longstanding Underground Railroad exhibit.
NEW ALBANY — The Carnegie Center for Art and History presents The Art of Elmer Lucille Allen, Sandra Charles, and Barbara Tyson Mosley, an exhibition of work by three prominent local artists. The exhibition opens Friday, Feb. 22, with a special curator’s talk with the artists at 5:30 p.m. fo…
NEW ALBANY — The Carnegie Center for Art and History will host Ivan Kreilkamp for "Pets, Persons, Portraits," a lecture held in conjunction with the closing day of the exhibition "Biophilia Life; or, My Best Friend Has Four Legs and a Tail." The event will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday, …
NEW ALBANY — The Floyd County Library will continue the free lunchtime concert series with a new lineup of performances for winter/spring 2019.
'Tis the season for twinklin' and Louisville has a number of events and places to see lights. Pack up the family/friends/pups and prepare to get festive with Do502's guide to lights in Louisville.
JEFFERSONVILLE — This weekend, a local museum is offering an opportunity to learn about Jeffersonville's steamboat history and to celebrate the holiday season.
The Carnegie Center for Art and History presents “Biophilia Life; or, My Best Friend Has Four Legs and a Tail,” a group exhibition featuring work by prominent local and national artists who explore the unique connection between humankind and domesticated animals.
NEW ALBANY — A collaborative effort spearheaded by ArtSeed and TheatreWorks of Southern Indiana seeks to use fiber as a connective medium and draw visitors to New Albany.
The estate of internationally-acclaimed painter Victor L. Troutman will be loaning more than 50 of his works to the Jeffersonville Township Public Library, main library, 211 E. Court Avenue, Jeffersonville, from Oct. 13 through Nov.10, with an opening reception on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 6 t…
NEW ALBANY — The Carnegie Center for Art and History will present its annual Public Art Project event #IamPublicArt on Saturday, Oct. 6, on Bank Street between Spring and Market streets in downtown New Albany.
This Week's Circulars
Dorothy Lynn "Dot" Richardson, 81, of New Albany, Indiana, passed away on Monday, July 6, 2020. Dot was a member of New Beginnings Church in New Albany, a former member of MCC in Louisville, and the BPW Hoosiers Softball League. She loved UofL basketball, completing jigsaw puzzles, her churc…
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- Prosecutor: Fatal shooting of Malcolm Williams by trooper justified
- Henryville/Borden School Corp. approves reopening plan
- New Albany resolution would encourage wearing of face coverings in public
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- Hot dog shop to open in downtown Jeffersonville
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- Clarksville finalizes purchase of former Marathon property
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