The economic impact of Kentucky’s tourism industry grew to more than $15 billion in 2017, Department of Tourism Commissioner Kristen Branscum announced. All nine of the state’s tourism regions regi
Rustic garden rooms, colorful planters, elaborate ponds, Japanese-inspired archways, whimsical beds of wildflowers – all are highlighted as part of an upcoming KET special that takes viewers behind
It may be a Bluegrass State tradition to slap on fancy hats and throw back mint juleps on the weekend of the Kentucky Derby - but Covington always marches to the beat of its own drum.
The fourteenth annual Merchants and Music Festival in Fort Thomas will be headlined this year by alternative folk rock band 10,000 Maniacs.
It's a privilege to pee / Water's worth its weight / In gold these days
No more bathrooms / Like in olden days
A new series coming to MTV this summer has upset the leader of one Kentucky community.
Made in Kentucky will debut on Thursday nights in July.
The national celebration of comic books comes to Comic Book World in Florence.
Free Comic Book Day will take place at the store's Florence location (7130 Turfway Road).
The Millennium Falcon landed in Highland Heights and opened to the public on Friday.
A Great Wilderness, opening May 4 at Falcon Theatre, is about many things. But at its heart it’s about being lost and being found, about forgiveness and acceptance.
Northern Kentucky University hosts a Hollywood experience this weekend as the Millennium Falcon docks at BB&T Arena in Highland Heights.
Festival season is upon us and Maifest returns to Covington's Mainstrasse Village on Friday, May 18 through Sunday, May 20.
The Goebel Goats celebrated their third "Running of..." event on Sunday in Covington.
PiAzza at RiverCenter, the newly branded front door to the RiverCenter towers in Covington, will host its first Rock for the Roses party celebrating the Kentucky Derby and benefiting the