Stephanie Wolf, 89.3 WFPL News

Stephanie Wolf

89.3 WFPL News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

There will be no 2022 Humana Festival of New American Plays – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Actors' Robert Barry Fleming said the festival, “has inspired a new approach to develop and produce new work on multiple platforms year-round.” → Read More

A sixth person in custody of Louisville Metro Corrections dies – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Jail staff found the 36-year-old man late Saturday night. This is the sixth death at the facility since Nov. 29. → Read More

'The Nutcracker,' but not. This is 'The Graham Cracker' – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

In its first full-scale show, Ambo Dance Theatre in Louisville puts its own spin on the holiday dance staple. → Read More

'Filled With Her Spirit,' A Louisville Art Exhibition Honors Breonna Taylor

"To see it all come together is just a blessing," says Tamika Palmer, Breonna Taylor's mother. → Read More

More Than The Face Of A Movement: Remembering Breonna Taylor

Protesters have chanted her name and she’s been memorialized in song and art. But Taylor was also a daughter, sister and friend. → Read More

Redline Performing Arts Finds New Home In Portland Neighborhood

The arts education group is moving out of the downtown ArtsSpace building, which Fund for the Arts is selling. → Read More

Young Louisville Thespians Get An Education In Audio Drama During The Pandemic

When classrooms closed to in-person learning, educational theater group Drama by George went straight to audio to keep kids acting. → Read More

Ky. Arts Council Presents Governor’s Awards to Artists, Arts Organizations

Awardees include novelist Silas House, Bowling Green venue Tidball’s and American quilt expert Shelly Zegart. → Read More

Arts & Culture Alliance Names New Leadership, Seeks Nonprofit Status

Janelle Renee Dunn has been named new executive administrator as the group applies to become a not-for-profit. → Read More

Gov. Beshear Memorializes More Than 3,300 Kentuckians Lost To COVID-19

Flags to represent each one of those individuals were placed on the lawn outside the State Capitol Building in Frankfort. → Read More

Ky. Arts Workers See Hope For Struggling Industry In Biden-Harris White House

As a new federal administration takes office, arts workers would like more targeted aid and many support creating an Arts & Culture Cabinet. → Read More

George C. Wolfe On Directing ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ And Growing Up In Kentucky

The Tony Award winner, who was born in Frankfort in 1954, spoke with WFPL about the film adaptation of August Wilson’s first major play. → Read More

New Film, Activisms & Other Ky. MLK Day Events In Louisville

“Fire and Heart: A Blueprint for Liberation” will stream Monday on the YouTube channel of Lexington’s MLK Holiday Planning Committee. → Read More

Lexington’s Rupp Arena Hosts First Live Concert Since Pandemic-Related Shutdown

About 2,800 tickets were available for the “Acoustic Concert,” headlined by Brantley Gilbert, roughly 15% of the indoor venue’s capacity. → Read More

As U.S. House Considered Impeachment, Ky. Considers Local Ramifications

Local politicians and activists watched to see how Sen. Mitch McConnell will proceed, and how impeachment might affect the leanings of Kentucky’s Republican voters. → Read More

Metro Louisville Saw Record High Number Of New COVID Cases, Deaths Last Week

Louisville's chief health strategist said the Metro is experiencing another surge, with 4,140 new cases and 59 deaths last week. → Read More

(Un)Known Project Picks Louisville Artist To Lead Design On Memorial To Enslaved Black People

Sculptor William M. Duffy will be the lead artist on limestone benches that are part of a public artwork to be installed near the Ohio River. → Read More

Ky. Ballad Collector’s Contributions To Appalachia Music Recognized 110 Years Later

Katherine Jackson French collected traditional ballads that were disappearing in 1909. Her attempt to publish her work failed. → Read More

Mitch McConnell's Louisville Home Spray Painted With 'Where’s My Money?'

The vandalism comes days after McConnell again blocked efforts to increase stimulus checks from $600 to $2,000. → Read More

Ky. Artist Helen LaFrance Orr Lives On After Death, Through Her Art

One of her paintings is currently on loan to the Speed Art Museum, and will be on view for at least several months. → Read More