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You don’t have to wait until 9:45 p.m. Friday for thrilling, aggressive play by University of Kentucky students. Hours before the Cats-and-Cards tip off in the NCAA Tournament, UK junior Ingang Han will be the soloist in a performance of … Continue reading
Emarosa has quietly maintained a home base in Lexington while building up an audience aroud the world. The band’s latest and self-titled album charted as high as 69 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart, and it kept the guys … Continue reading
Laura Bell Bundy is looking for five great dancers to be in a reshoot of her Giddy on Up video, which will be shown on CMT and CMT.com. Entering is pretty simple. Well, if teaching yourself dance moves somewhere between … Continue reading
Michael Jackson – New Music – More Music Videos Thriller always gets all the props, but in many ways, the Beat It video (above) was Michael Jackson’s masterpiece — a gritty little drama with the classic Michael look and moves. … Continue reading
The Herald-Leader’s Jason Morrow hung out with Hawk Nelson on Thursday. He had a video camera with him. Check it out.
Remember, so long ago, Thursday, as the 40th edition of Ichthus was getting started? Jason Morrow has some video to remind us.