Halfway to Lower Town Fundraiser Event Page, Facebook

Halfway to LowerTown is a fundraising event for the LowerTown Arts & Music Festival this Friday at 7 p.m. at Paducah Beer Werks. On Sounds Good, Seth Murphy, Music Director for the festival and Shannon Vetter of Gideon's Rifle join Austin Carter in studio with an update on the event, what the bands have been up to and Vetter plays a new song, "Existential Blues."

Yeiser Holiday Home and Gallery Tours, Facebook

The Holiday Home and Gallery Tour is the Yeiser Art Center's biggest fundraiser, this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Paducah. New this year are the galleries in LowerTown open to tour to see artists working in their studios. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Lindsey Maestri, Executive Director for the Yeiser Art Center and event coordinator Ashlea McMillan about the event.

Paducah Tilghman Presents: Shrek The Musical, Facebook

Shrek, Fiona, Donkey, Lord Farquaad... and a singing dragon! Paducah Tilghman High School presents Shrek: The Musical this weekend. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Music Director Matt Hinz about the production, which features music by a live, professional orchestra.

Yeiser Art Center, Facebook

Paducah Arts Alliance is sponsoring the 7th Annual Affordable Art Show tonight at the Yeiser Art Center in downtown Paducah from 5 to 8 p.m. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Jessica Perkins and Rosemarie Steele about why the show is a win/win for both local artists and community members interested in their work.

Paducah Symphony Orchestra, Facebook

Paducah Symphony Orchestra hosts the 5th Annual Symphony Sing-Off this Thursday, November 5, which Executive Director Daniel Sene says will be "one of our most exciting sing-offs yet." On Sounds Good, Tracy speaks with Sene about the fundraiser event for education programs, acapella groups from five area high schools participating and the special guest performance.

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Paducah Water’s board has approved a $250,000 study that will look into the feasibility of a new riverbank filtration system.

FLW, Facebook

The Rayovac FLW Series Championship is this weekend in Paducah, including the pro anglers weigh-in at the Paducah Riverfront on Thursday and Friday open to spectators and a televised event on NBC Sports at Walmart (across from the mall) on Saturday. FLW Promotions Manager Scott Ellison stops by Sounds Good to speak with Tracy Ross about this top level fishing tournament that sends the top 10 anglers to the prestigious Forrest Wood Cup.

The Down Syndrome Association of Western Kentucky hosts its 14th Annual Buddy Walk tomorrow (Saturday) at Noble Park in Paducah to promote awareness and advocacy and to celebrate the wonderful individuals with Down Syndrome in our region. Lana Dockery, the Co-Coordinator of the Buddy Walk joined Austin Carter on Sounds Good to talk about the free event, which is rain or shine - but hopefully shine, she says.

Each October, as the night falls earlier, the cool air crisps and leaves turn shades of orange and red, The Market House Theatre leads groups by lantern along the historic streets of downtown Paducah, telling stories of legend and lore. The River City Ghost Tours are underway and a play titled Dangerous Obsession opens tonight (October 15). On Sounds Good, Matt Markgraf hears a ghost story preview from Executive Director Michael Cochran.

Paducah artist, author and retired physician Bill Renzulli has released a trilogy of new books, titled Transitions, Gifts and Notes on a Simple Life. These books are are loosely related poems and prose considering the gifts we give to others, finding comfort in who you are and the philosophy of living a "simple life." On Sounds Good, Austin Carter speaks with Renzulli about his new work.