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Feature Story: Until the Astrodome was built, it was America’s largest domed structure. Now the West Baden Springs resort in southern Indiana is getting a massive rehab.
Guest: Louisville Metro’s Office for International Affairs strives to create a multicultural community recognized for its climate of support and quality of life. Executive Director Omar N. Ayyash outlines some upcoming cultural events to help meet that goal.
Around Town: Behind the scenes at the Crusade for Children, the most successful local telethon in the United States, and at National Historic Landmark Locust Grove.
Etc.: At this rehab center, the celebs are birds, and the concerns aren’t addictions but injured wings, beaks, and talons: Raptor Rehabilitation helps new hope take flight.