It’s time for our preview of weekend events with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader. This week Rich updates us on some events that have become summer family traditions in the Lexington area.
The performances Rich discusses are: Lexington Children's Theatre's production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's version of Cinderella; Ballet Under the Stars presents the 25th annual production at Woodland Park; and Comedy Off Broadway presents Saturday Night Live cast member Jay Pharoah.
It’s time for our preview of weekend events with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald-Leader. Speaking with WEKU’s John Hingsbergen, Rich says the paper and its online service atLex-Go-dot-com, has a complete listing of Fourth of July celebrations and other events. Also on his mind this week is Red, white and Boom at Whitaker Park and SummerFest at MoonDance at Midnight Pass Amphitheater.
It’s time for our preview of weekend events with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader.
Rich tells WEKU’s John Hingsbergen that, in addition to all the Easter holiday-related events are a performance of Japanese comic theatre, a gallery hop and a concert by singer and activist Melissa Etheridge.
The Lexington Art League will unveil its New Moon sculpture in Lexington’s Triangle Park Friday night. With more information and a preview of other weekend events is Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader. Rich tells WEKU’s John Hingsbergen that the sculpture is part of a new project called Luminosity.
This weekend begins with some musical choices for Valentine’s Day and ends with a romantic film at the Kentucky Theatre. Here with a preview of weekend events is Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader. Rich tells WEKU’s John Hingsbergen that the 2010 Tony Award-winning musical Memphis will be on stage at the Lexington Opera House.
This weekend brings one of the world's most famous pianists to Lexington. Danville hosts a unique graphic novel/radio play/stage show Friday night. And, an aerial silk artist performs for the Living Arts & Science Center Fundraiser. Rich Copley has a preview of weekend events.
The Lexington Art League kicks off its winter light event this weekend at the annual Art Ball and a couple of Kentuckians are contenders for this year's Grammy Awards. Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader previews this weekends events.
Violinist Caroline Goulding performs with the Lexington Philharmonic during this evening's season opener at the Singletary Center.
Despite its labor troubles, tonight’s season-opening performance by the Lexington Philharmonic will take place. And when the Lex-phil’s musicians take the stage, reporter Rich Copley says at its center will be violinist Caroline Goulding.
Backstreet Boys, with Kentucky natives Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell.
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Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader explores the ongoing appeal of boy bands.
A locally grown boy-band returns to the region tonight. The Back Street Boys are now men and they perform in Cincinnati. They got reporter Rich Copley considering the phenomenon. Rich, who covers culture for the Lexington Herald Leader discussed boy bands and this weekend’s events with WEKU’s Charles Compton.
If not in the movie, at least in the book, Kentucky figures prominently in “The Great Gatsby.” Another movie based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald masterwork is released this weekend. Rich Copley, who covers culture for the Lexington Herald Leader, dusted off his college copy, and discussed it with WEKU’s Charles Compton.
Accustomed to theaters and museums..reporter Rich Copley found himself in a different venue recently…a courtroom. Rich, who covers culture for the Lexington Herald Leader, won access to public documents describing alleged mismanagement at the EKU Center for the Arts. Those allegations eventually resulted in the resignation of center director Debra Hoskins. He spoke with WEKU reporter Charles Compton.