The River City News is honored to announced that we are nominated six times at this year's Blue Chip Media Awards, which honors ca
James Joyce’s epic novel Ulysses (based on epic Greek myth The Odyssey) charts the life of an Irishman, Leopold
Hollywood is coming to Newport.
A student-directed play project debuts this weekend at Thomas More College with Sofie Veitas helming Irena’s Vow running
What’s on this year’s schedule for the Humana Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville’s famed annual showcase of new American play
The prince rescues the princess. They embrace. He effortlessly lifts her onto his horse or into his carriage.
On a picture perfect day in the suburbs, Becca Corbett is standing in her kitchen folding children’s clothing.
You remember her as a regular guest in your living rooms, bringing your family the WKRC newscasts for decades.
A music festival is coming to Latonia.
Falcon Theatre’s 2017-18 season lineup has a little of everything, all of it intriguing - a 20th century American classic, troub
What’s exciting Matt Distel, exhibitions director at The Carnegie, about The Nothing That Is: A Drawing Show in 5 Parts,
Asterius the Minotaur turns 30 tomorrow, and he’s facing more than just your average birthday blues...
What better name for an event that features good food, good drinks, and good books than "Good Food. Good Drinks. Good Books."?
Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington received a $10,707 Kentucky Arts Partnership grant from the Kentucky Arts Council.
While much of Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony was mired in controversy and confusion, one thing was for sure – Northern Ke