Alexandria Care Center, 1912 S. Park Ave.: Small Town Community Bingo, second Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m.
Written by a young lawyer whose roots run deep in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky, “Hill Women: Finding Family and a Way Forward in the Appalachian Mountains” is a collection of …
The complicated relationship of two estranged sisters who choose different life paths persuasively works as a metaphor for their old neighborhood that is in transition. Deftly plotted with str…
At the 4-H Fairgrounds, this festival is focused on fly fishing and the techniques, tools and information that allow anyone to pursue the sport.
“Mr. Nobody,” the second novel by New York Times bestselling author Catherine Steadman, is a mesmerizing psychological thriller. A man is found on a beach. He doesn’t know his identity or how …
Sassy and strong, the women of "Steel Magnolias" are no wilting violets ... and neither are the six gifted actresses bringing the Southern belles to life on stage at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre.
There's usually one film that tops lists whenever powerful legal thrillers are debated — "To Kill a Mockingbird," set in the 1930s. Now comes a film showing how little has changed since then, based on a murder in the same Alabama town where Harper Lee wrote her masterpiece.
PASO ROBLES, Calif. — It’s an art installation, sure. But the internationally acclaimed artist who created the interactive work “Field of Light at Sensorio” in California sees it as much more …
“Star Wars” fans may feel a lump in their throats when Carrie Fisher appears in the finale of the world’s most popular film series. “The Rise of Skywalker” was supposed to be Princess Leia’s m…
Rich and influential parents move mountains to insure their daughters attend the Goode School. Only the best and brightest are selected. It’s not uncommon to see multigenerations of the same f…
As Thomas Perry’s new thriller opens, little Weldon, Colo., is still reeling from a brilliantly planned escape from a federal prison on the outskirts of town.
LOS ANGELES — Anthony Daniels went through a painful experience after not receiving the same amount of public recognition as other co-stars when the first “Star Wars” film was released in 1977.
This Week's Circulars
- Police: Anderson man stabbed 13 times in fight at birthday party
- Woman charged in heroin death
- Vote for all your favorites for Best of Madison County
- Anderson to get first 'baby box'
- Nominate all your favorites for Best of Madison County
- Four firefighters receive promotions with AFD
- Jury finds Anderson man not guilty of all charges
- Anderson man charged with attempted murder
- Update: Indiana 128 accident sends 3 people to hospital
- New addiction treatment offering hope in fight against meth