Big Poppa Stampley (music) and Mick Parsons (poet) will be featured at this month's Sub Rosa: The Creative Courtyard: an arts and entertainment showcase and networking event at Bearno's Highlands on Friday 12/28.
The world may be ending tomorrow (no, I’m not letting that go); you have practically zero holiday shopping days. Own it. Give literacy and buy local in the home stretch with Sarabande Books’ BOGO Winter Sale.
Local author and performance artist Divinity Rose is re-releasing her humorous book “Snot, Bots, and Other Thoughts” with a big party for kids and their families on Sunday, December 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bearno’s by the Bridge. The party will include karaoke for the whole family, give-aways, activities and more. Admission is free, and free goodie bags are available to the first 50 people to arrive.
You want to take your children to The Nutcracker this year. But you don't want to go broke in the process. Inexpensive tickets but impressive ballet await you at Sacred Heart School for the Arts' The Nutcracker this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (December 7-9).
Justin Dobring performed his one-man-show "Shut UP"! and kept the audience in stitches.
Next Sunday is when we usher in Eastern Standard Time, and say good-bye to Eastern Daylight Saving Time. Can NCAA basketball be far behind?
Louisville Ballet goes to its home turf for Studio Connections, opening tomorrow night.
I’ll take laughs instead of screams for $200, Alex.
Political zingers and talks of elections. Yeah, but these are actually funny.
Kellloggs tour of gymnastics champions stick their landing at Yum Center Thursday night
Arts Council of Southern Indiana hosts a masquerade with live music, costume contest, silent auction, cash bar, and scrumptious Fall treats.
The options are nearly endless.