Lexington artist Darrell Ishmael, who shows his work in Artists' Attic at The Square, produces textured, contemporary art with Kentucky themes and materials such as coal, which he applies and sculpts with instruments such as pressure washers.
Zoso, a Led Zeppelin tribute band, plays at The Burl on Friday. Del Shores performs his new one-man show at the Downtown Arts Center on Sunday. A discussion of the "Altered Views" exhibit is Friday at 21c.
The entertainment community honored George Clooney, who was the recipient of the 46th AFI Life Achievement Award, the organization's highest honor for a career in film. The ceremony will be shown on TNT Thursday.
Chas Allen, on of the four men who participated in the violent robbery of rare books from the Transylvania University special collection library, and Blake Jenner, who plays Allen in "American Animals" the movie about the heist, talk about the film.
"American Animals" director says he was attracted to the story of the robbery of rare books from the Transylvania University special collections library because the four college-age perpetrators were so unlike people who usually commit similar crimes.
Transylvania University librarian BJ Gooch speaks for the first time about her ordeal in the 2004 book heist and the new movie, "American Animals," that dramatizes the crime that occurred in Lexington, Kentucky.
Much of Dawes' “Passwords” is fascinated with a soothing sense of pop appeal masking a more personal sense of incompleteness. In terms of the pop design, the most immediate parallel to be made within most of these new songs is to the early music of Bruce Hornsby.