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Feature Story:"Louisville Life" meets Alanna Nash, a freelance writer for USA Weekend, Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times Nash has also authored numerous books, including "Golden Girl", which was the basis for the film "Up Close and Personal", starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert Redford. Her book "Baby, Let’s Play House", is one of a series of books she has written about Elvis Presley.
Guest: One of Louisville’s leading experts on healthy living is Barbara Day, nurse, nutritionist and publisher of Kentuckiana Healthy Woman magazine. She talks with Candyce about healthy choices for the new year.
Around Town: "Louisville Life" looks at the career of popular pro wrestler Lisa Marie Varon, better known to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) fans as “Victoria”. The opening of Varon’s Louisville car shop, Black Widow Customs, represents both her next adventure and her preparation for life after wrestling. And although the school has been closed for 35 years, the Flaget High School Alumni Association is still going strong. We visit with 1956 Heisman Trophy winner Paul Hornung to talk about his memories of the Catholic boys school.
Etc.: Et Cetera examines the history of Louisville’s Jewish Community Center. Founded in 1890 as the Young Men’s Hebrew Association, it is the nation’s third-oldest Jewish Community Center in continuous operation.