Culture & Art
On the heels of a season that saw a doubling of its subscription base and a 70 percent growth in sales, The Carnegie is keeping its foot on the gas in 2014-15 with four audience-friendly production
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized the Falcon Theatre’s production of Bat Boy with a 4 Star Rating.
The City of Covington is currently working on its 2014-15 budget and multiple positions in the community development department are slated to become part-time under one proposal, including the
The 45th annual Duveneck Memorial Art Show took place in and around George Rogers Clark Park in Covington's Licking Riverside neighborhood on Mother's Day.
The winners of the first faux-fur design competition at Parsons The New School for Design have been announced.
The spirit and assassination of Kentucky Governor and Covington native William Goebel were celebrated and recreated during a first-time event sponsored by The Awesome Collective of Covington in Feb
It may not be Hollywood, but Kentucky has a long history of summer outdoor theatrical productions. In fact, some of the shows have been running for more than a half-century.
The anonymous group of charitable givers collectively known as CovingTen have announced the first pair of recipients of its funding.
Lots to do this weekend. Here's a look:
Brass Meets Bronze
The economic impact of tourism in Kentucky amounted to more than $12.5 billion in 2013, Governor Steve Beshear and Tourism, Arts and Heritage Secretary Bob Stewart announced today. The economic imp
Following just over two months of renovation, the Kentucky Theatre will host a Re-Opening Celebration with Nick and Nina Clooney as hosts on Wednesday, May 21.