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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.

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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Prolific local artist Penny Sisto’s new exhibit “Love Who You Love” opens Sunday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in New Albany with an artist talk and musical performance by the TheatreWorks cast of “A Man of No Importance.”

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The Ogle Center on the campus of Indiana University Southeast in New Albany has announced its 2018-19 season of arts and entertainment events.

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NEW ALBANY — The 13th annual Keg Liquors Fest of Ale is set for Saturday, June 2, at the New Albany Riverfront Amphitheater, offering sips of over 250 craft and import ales, beer, meads, sours and wine all while raising money for the WHAS Crusade for Children.

Southern Indiana pop/rock band The Stars Revolt is set to release its debut, self-titled EP. Due out Friday, May 18, “The Stars Revolt” is available for pre-order through iTunes and Amazon.com and will be available at all major online retailers.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — Coming off of its highly successful first season, TheatreWorks of Southern Indiana is turning its attention to its education arm, TheatreWorksEDU, with the production of two musicals using local students.

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LOUISVILLE — If you’re a Hunter S. Thompson fan then the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main Branch is the place to be on Saturday, April 14. Thousands of fans will gather to celebrate the life, work, and legacy of the Gonzo author, journalist and Louisville native. This year’s GonzoFest L…

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Producers of the WAVE 3 News Abbey Road on the River festival are working with local educator and acclaimed musician Jecorey “1200” Arthur to present a special show to celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Hey Jude,” one of The Beatles most iconic songs.

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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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