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
Love things that sparkle?
RCN Arts writer Jackie Demaline offers these mini-reviews of two shows currently on local stages.
The 18th Biennial Year End Series (Y.E.S.) Festival at Northern Kentucky University brings the funny this year with a pair of wor
When We Were Young and Unafraid is set in the early 1970s, before Roe v.
In 1953, NBC replaced The Milton Berle Show with a summer television series entitled, The Wonderful John Acton.
Of course Northern Kentucky University senior Melissa Cathcart knows “Blue Suede Shoes”.
Kentucky Symphony Orchestra has snagged the Midwest premiere of Amadeus Live – the extravagant, Academy Award-winning fi