Entertainment in Lexington & Beyond
Oscar hopes for "Birdman" got an enormous updraft over the weekend with big wins from the acting and producing guilds, possibly sending the comedy soaring over the perceived Academy Awards front-runner "Boyhood."
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Kentucky Conservatory Theatre, which presents the annual Summerfest outdoor theater lineup in July, adds a new festival with the debut of Winterfest this week. The two-week festival will feature the musical Cabaret and a one-man version of Hamlet.
Keb' Mo' returns to Lexington Wednesday on the strength of his Grammy-nominated album BLUESAmericana. Some of the songs on the record come from interesting places.
Recliners with padded footrests are replacing traditional theater seats as part of a $2.2 million renovation soon to take place at the Regal Cinemas Hamburg Pavilion.
Lexington's restaurant lineup is in flux again: Courtyard Deli is moving after 25 years on Cheapside to 351 Church Street. Also, The Dish and Bellini's have closed, and Alfalfa's is closed for remodeling.
ORLANDO - Next to the button-down shirts and brown-leather boots at the Cloak and Dapper store, you can find make-your-own-gin kits and beard-grooming oils.
In 1982, a young Susan Wigglesworth was cast as the understudy to Amanda Plummer in the lead role in the Broadway debut of Agnes of God , John Pielmeier's drama about a young nun who gives birth and claims it was the result of a virgin conception...
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When the Lexington Department of Parks and Recreation took over management of the Downtown Arts Center in July, new director Celeste Lewis was prepared for a lull before arts groups and presenters bought into the new era of the venue. But quite the...
Link, Master Chief, Batman, Zelda and Nathan Drake are among the protagonists starring in new video game installments in 2015.
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