All his life, Dmitri Shostakovich rode the dangerous currents of an artist’s life in the public eye in the Soviet Union.
The Kentucky Opera takes on Shakespeare’s classic tragedy
Even opera buffs have to shake their heads sometimes over Grand Opera’s notoriously improbable plot lines.
‘Music Makes A City’ will be shown after the Orchestra’s Friday concert
“Music Makes A City” — a PBS program that airs Friday night at 10 p.m.
New open-mic night celebrates learning in an almost-familiar environment
Poetry readings and coffee shops go hand in hand, so it makes sense that java’s healthier cousin wants in on some of the action.
Wouldn’t it be something if someone was poking around an old villa in Italy and came across a previously unknown opera by Giuseppe Verdi?
Kentucky Opera presents 'La Boheme'
“La Boheme” — the Bohemians — is a band of young friends and artists living the carefree Bohemian life of 19th-century Paris. Penniless but happy.
In 1777, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrapped up a career as a child prodigy, touring with his father, and settled in the family hometown of Salzburg, Austria to begin a musical career as an adult.
I was arrested with my cat. I found the best bloody mary in Milwaukee. I got pulled over by the dumbest state trooper in West Virginia.
Cute and bubbly Jade Jolie got off to a decent start as a contestant on the reality competition series “RuPaul’s Drag Race”’s recent fifth season, but the pressure soon caug
Inspired by Shakespeare, Doug Schutte makes a dream happen every day
Doug Schutte, like most guys, had always given thought to opening a themed bar or restaurant with his buddies one day. The evidence is in his journals.