WEKU's Jonese Franklin speaking with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader
It’s time for our weekly chat with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader for a look at this weekend’s arts and cultural activities. Rich tells WEKU’s Jonese Franklin, following a delay due to last week’s snow storm, UK Theater’s presentation of ‘The 39 Steps’ is back on track.
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.
This week Rich tells us about a new music festival that organizers hope will become a summer mainstay in Lexington plus two new feature films with Asbury University roots plus "Little Shop of Horrors" on stage at the Moondance Amphitheatre.
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.
Rich Copley is an arts and culture reporter for the Lexington Herald Leader. He joins us for a "chat" every Friday at 7:35 am and 12:35 pm.
It's time for our weekly chat with Rich Copley about weekend arts and cultural activities. Rich tells WEKU’s John Hingsbergen that, with the Oakridge Boys performing Saturday night at Renfro Valley, he had a chance to interview one of the members of the group.
Rich Copley is an arts reporter for the Lexington Herald Leader. Information on the weekend’s events is available in today’s (Friday) edition. You can also find out about arts and cultural events by visiting the events calendar on-line, at WEKU dot FM.