Battery Hooper Days returns to the James A. Ramage Civil Warm Museum in Ft. Wright this Saturday and Sunday at Battery Hooper Park (1402 Highland Ave.).
The Carnegie is taking its show on the road, with plans to offer the musical Godspell at an outdoor venue in Hamilton, Oh.
With theaters still mostly unable to perform live in Kentucky due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Newport's the Footlights plan to turn their talent to the internet.
The Erlanger Depot Museum will open on Saturday, July 11 and every Saturday in the summer and fall.
The hours of operation will be from 1 to 5 p.m.
Two Covington cultural institutions announced their plans to reopen to the public in the coming days.
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra announced that it is moving its summer concert series to Tower Park in Fort Thomas.
A new exhibition at Pendleton Street Photography in Cincinnati will examine the symbolism of face-coverings as businesses, organizations, and social venues continue to reopen in phases amid the glo
The Carnegie announced Thursday that its previously announced 2020-21 theatrical season will be pushed back to 2021-22 due to the ongoing pandemic.
Michelle Kiddy never shies away from a challenge.
Pieces of art will be hidden around Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue, or Dayton starting Monday and through Wednesday.
"In the coming time, strangers, viewing the works on the hills of Newport and Covington, will ask, 'Who built these entrenchments?' You can reply, 'We helped in thousands.' If they inquire the
Bellevue Middle School was one of three schools selected to be part of the three-year JumpStart Theatre Program at the Children's Theatre of Cincinnati.
Paul & Erika's House Show was created, performed, and recorded at the Covington home of co-creators Paul Strickland and Erika Kate MacDonald.
Kentucky Humanities awarded $500,000 to 85 cultural organizations throughout the state through funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act econ