Ben Sollee dipping his toes back in classical music at Lexington festival
Lexington native and 2018 Chamber Music Festival of Lexington artist-in-residence Ben Sollee talks about returning to classical music for the Aug. 16 to 26 event and the Kentucky influences that have shaped his unique music career.
Lexington-based poet Ada Limón reads “The Last Thing” from her new book, “The Carrying,” the follow up to her acclaimed “Bright Dead Things,” which was nominated for numerous awards, including the National Book Award.
Lexington-based poet Ada Limón reads “The Visitor” from her new book, “The Carrying,” the follow up to her 2015 book “Bright Dead Things,” which was nominated for numerous awards, including the National Book Award for poetry.
Family, friends and colleagues of Holly Salisbury, the founding director of the University of Kentucky's Singletary Center for the Arts, gathered August 2 to remember her in the building she ran from 1979 to 2005. Salisbury died July 28.
“History: Haunted,” a new TV show from Lexington-based DMZ Productions, filmed its first episode at Waveland State Historic Site with site staff and members of the Lexington Paranormal Research Society.
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
Keeneland president and CEO Bill Thomason talked Friday, August 17, 2018, about the announcement that the Breeders’ Cup will be returning to Lexington and the track in 2020. Keeneland first played host to the Breeders’ Cup in 2015.
After Kentucky football’s second scrimmage of its 2018 fall camp on Saturday, junior linebacker Kash Daniel was not happy with the play of the defense or himself. The Wildcats open the season Sept. 1 against Central Michigan at Kroger Field.