Various community members and organizations from around Kentucky gathered in the state Capitol Rotunda to rally in support of removing a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis on Aug. 30, 2017.
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Keith Mccutcheon is the director of the Kentucky State University Concert Choir, an internationally renowned group that performs across the country and state, including at the state capitol twice a year.
The director and cast of Kentucky Conservatory Theatre WinterFest’s “Sweeney Todd” talk about making one of musical theater’s darkest shows even darker, by setting it in purgatory. It runs Jan. 19-28 in Distillery Square. Visit Mykct.org for more information.
Kentucky freshman Jarred Vanderbilt made his 2017-18 debut Tuesday night at South Carolina. Previously sidelined with a foot injury, Vanderbilt had six points, five rebounds and three assists in 14 minutes.