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Thursday, April 26, 2007 at 7:30/6:30 pm CT on KET2
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Feature Story: Louisville is home to the Colonel, the Louisville Slugger, and Papa John’s, but can the city itself be a brand? City leaders think so. Louisville Life looks at efforts to brand Louisville and at how the city is being sold in shops downtown—and on the World Wide Web.
Guest: Former pro football player and Ford Motor Company employee Charlie W. Johnson is now a nationally renowned entrepreneur whose firm, Active Transportation, is on Black Enterprise magazine’s list of the Top 100 Black-Owned Firms in the United States. He talks about his business ventures and the multiple roles he plays in the Louisville community.
Around Town: What’s cooking at the Young Chefs Academy and the history of Shelby County’s Science Hill.
Etc.: Chances are you’ve driven past them many times. But just what are the McAlpine Locks and Dam, and what is their role in the city’s past—and future?