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
Students, teachers, and parents were treated to a slice of the Food Network Wednesday evening as four successful chefs were invited to participate in a version of Chopped at Latonia Eleme
It's Cincinnati Restaurant Week!
Tuesday night, Covington’s Madison Theater will play host to quirky alt-rock veterans They Might Be Giants, as they embark on the 50-city US leg of a world tour, supporting their twentiet
Some of America’s best women playwrights - Beth Henley, Lisa Loomer, Michele Lowe, Theresa Rebeck, Cheryl L.
Principal musicians of the Kentucky Symphony take their turn in the spotlight for Open Mic Night at 7:30 p.m. April 14 at Northern Kentucky University’s Greaves Concert Hall.
Falcon Theatre’s wide-ranging 2018-2019 season in Newport has classics, an area premiere by Steven Dietz, one of Greater Cincinnati’s favorite playwrights, and very welcome returns of won
Braxton Brewing Company celebrated its third birthday on Seventh Street Saturday while an annual celebration of baseball returned to Pike Street.
Old favorites and new discoveries fill Northern Kentucky University’s 2018-2019 theatre and dance season.
Here’s the line-up:
The Metro PCS “Party on the Purple” series is returning to the Purple People Bridge this spring, with the first party on Wednesday, April 4, at 6 p.m.