Arts & Culture

The event will feature a farm-to-table dinner, a short relay race, an arts and crafts fair, live musical performances and children's activities.
By Julia Hunter
The show, featuring drawings, paintings, mixed media and photography, will be on display at the community college Oct. 2 through 24.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The Pennyroyal Arts Council and Kentucky Humanities Council is presenting the play on Sept. 16.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The band said the Sept. 18 show in Hopkinsville and another show in Bowling Green were being canceled because of a rise in COVID-19 cases.
By Hoptown Chronicle
The executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights will be the keynote speaker for the Oct. 28 breakfast.
By Jennifer P. Brown
City recreation officials encourage festival-goers to wear a mask, but it is not required. The CDC recommends masks at crowded outdoor settings in areas like Christian County with high COVID-19 cases.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The policy starts with the Pennyroyal Arts Council's next concert, featuring the band Trigger Hippy, on Sept. 18.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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Don was born in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, made most famous by John Prine's "Paradise" and next door to Ohio County, the home of Bill Monroe. His mother, whose 102nd birthday is Aug. 28, survives him.
By The Rural Blog
One of the most memorable songs by Kentucky native Hall was "Harper Valley PTA," a ballad recorded by Jeannie C. Riley in 1968.
By The Rural Blog
Two bands, one from South Carolina and the other from Nashville, will play for the outdoor concert.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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