Arts & Culture

News from the arts scene in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

The online program is on Jan. 25. There is no charge to view the reading, which will feature Kentucky writer Silas House.
bell hooks mural
Children in kindergarten through 12th grade are invited to try out for the play.
Rumpelstiltskin illustration
The Fabulous Equinox and Hopkinsville musician Kenneth Bates played mainly gospel music for the concert to help people affected by the Western Kentucky tornadoes.
Concert raises money for tornado victims
The acclaimed author, poet, and professor leaves a lasting legacy, particularly in the small Kentucky town she called home.
bell hooks mural
The group out of Savannah, Georgia will play gospel and big band music Jan. 8 at the Alhambra Theatre.
Fabulous Equinox returning to Hopkinsville for tornado benefit concert
The trifecta of sugar, low moisture ingredients and some high-proof spirits make fruitcakes some of the longest-lasting foods in the world — the oldest of which was 141 years old.
The magnificent history of the maligned and misunderstood fruitcake
As a leading Black intellectual, hooks pushed the feminist movement beyond the preserve of the white and middle-class, encouraging Black and working class perspectives on gender inequality.
bell hooks
From coast to coast, small towns — including Hopkinsville — are eyeing mural art to enliven their communities.
Murals helping reinvigorate rural communities
bell hooks, a Hopkinsville native, was an internationally renowned poet, author, feminist, professor, cultural critic and social activist.
bell hooks


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