He listed his own height as 6 ft., 21 in., a look at Louisville's giant Jim Porter, and future plans to honor him at the newly-renovated Portland Museum; UofL geology professor Keith Mountain, a climatologist specializing in glaciology, talks about his work with glaciers throughout the world and the impact humans may be having on climate change; the 50th anniversary of rise and fall of the Ford Edsel, which was manufactured in Louisville; an interview with Paula Campbell of Louisville's Junior League; and the Louisville Bach Society, headed by Melvin Dickinson and headquartered in his home, celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2009. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
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