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Feature Story: Louisville Life examines the histories of two of the city's legendary hotels: the Brown and the Seelbach. The Seelbach opened in 1905 and has hosted nine U.S. presidents -- and Al Capone. The Brown, which opened in 1923, is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the namesake of Louisville's most famous dish, the Hot Brown.
Guest: Jennifer Rubenstein with Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) joins us in the studio. She fills us in on how the Alliance is helping to preserve the unique character of the Louisville community during the holiday season ... and every day.
Around Town: In this season of giving, we introduce the Tuesday Knitters, a community group that knits for charity in Jeffersonville, Indiana. And, we hit the road for a meal in Midway, one of Kentucky's prominent dining destinations. The restaurant we spotlight - the Holly Hill Inn - is a perfect complement to the season.
Etc.: It's back to Louisville to tour the historic home known as Whitehall. We explore its colorful past.