Since her first national tour, “42nd Street,” Broadway actor Mara Davi has had a relationship with Lexington. This week is the latest chapter as she plays Marian in the Lexington Theatre Comapny’s production of “The Music Man.”
The Southland Jamboree is back with an abbreviated season, after initially being canceled by organizers due to a lack of funds. The event returns to the Moondance at Midnight Pass amphitheater with the Blue Eagle Band on July 2.
The Backstreet Boys, including Kentuckians Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, performed their classic "I Want it That Way" on classroom instruments with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots Thursday night on "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon."
Lexington's Rhyan Sinclair has three albums with her former band, All The Little Pieces, and now is making her solo debut. And she's only 17. "Barnstormer" has taken Sinclair to Nashville, where she's working to make her voice heard.
While she was preparing to star in a Los Angeles production of the classic musical "Sweet Charity," Laura Bell Bundy's grandmother and father died in less than a month. Despite the brutal convergence of events, the show opened last weekend to rave reviews.
Transylvania University book robbers Spencer Reinhard, Warren Lipka, Eric Borsuk and Chas Allen appeared on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today" Monday morning to talk about the crime now portrayed in the movie "American Animals."
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.
After four editions, the Moontower music festival has closed, due to finances. Despite some good outings, the Lexington event suffered from logistical problems and low turnout, leaving insurmountable deficits.