Newport Aquarium was named one of the best aquariums in the country by USA Today, which ranked the top ten.
Though the Kentucky Derby will be taking place about a hundred miles away in Louisville, Northern Kentucky will still be able to celebrate the Running for the Roses.
A theatre program that trains educators on how to develop a sustainable arts program at under-served schools that do not currently have one, will showcase students' talents on Tuesday night.
256 students from around Kentucky were selected for this year's Governor's School for the Arts summer program. Several are from Northern Kentucky.
The spring/summer concert series known as Party on the Purple is set to return to Newport's Purple People Bridge.
The first free party arrives Wednesday, May 1, at 6 p.m.
The City of Crestview Hills announced plans for its 2019 summer concert series.
The River City News learned Tuesday that it was nominated for eight Blue Chip Media Awards.
The University of Cincinnati's new Hero Bearcats campaign launched this month recognizing heroes like firefighters, farmers, and pharmacists.
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra is hosting is second annual Bourbon Barrel Ball later this month.
The Taste of Newport returns to Monmouth Street for its seventh year in June, and the event is looking for artists to participate.
Actor, writer, and director Emilio Estevez will be in Newport on Saturday for a showing of his latest film, The Public.
It all started with a steamed hot dog between a fluffy bun soaked in rich hot chili and topped with cool shredded cheese. And in seven minutes, he’d eaten 13.
We ARE Productions, in cooperation with The Clifton Players, presents the sketch comedy show, Party Bus.
Eli Dropic took home the second place trophy from the Kentucky Chess Association state individual championships.
The Ludlow Theatre and Bircus Brewing will host ComedySportz Cincinnati for a two-month run of shows every Saturday in March and April starting this weekend.