Country music singer and Taylor Mill native was inducted Tuesday as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, one of the industry's most treasured honors.
Glier's GoettaFest is back this year for two weekends in two cities.
It kicked off this weekend at Covington Plaza and Newport's riverfront Festival Park.
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra (KSO) continues its 27th summer series this coming weekend with a re-creation of the music of Spike Jones in a show titled, "Who Spiked the Symphony 3".
What is being promoted as the world’s largest Christian music festival starts Monday at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company returned to Linden Grove Cemetery and Arboretum in Covington on Saturday as part of its free Shakespeare in the Park program.
A pair of Newport-based writers are currently in production of their new show, All's Faire, described as a brand new musical comic caper set a Renaissance festival.
Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center announced its first public art show since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Italianfest returned to Newport's riverfront over the weekend, running Thursday through Sunday.
Campbell County Public Library is bringing back its annual Art After Hours to its Carrico/Fort Thomas branch (1000 Highland Ave).
The Bourbon, Bacon and Brew Festival returned to Newport over the weekend.
RCN photographer Brian Frey checked it out on Saturday and produced these photos.
If your mouth is watering on National Fried Chicken Day, prepare to place your tongue firmly in cheek like Perfetti Van Melle has for the occasion.
The annual celebration of art which serves as a major fundraiser for Covington's Behringer-Crawford Museum returns later this summer.
The Carnegie in Covington announced this week what it is calling its Preserving Northern Kentucky's Cultural and Architectural Gem capital campaign.
A documentary produced in partnership between the Behringer-Crawford Museum and FotoFocus will broadcast on Kentucky Education Television statewide next week.