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Feature Story: It looks so easy -- Peter Pan flying through the air, or an angel seeming to appear from the clouds. Go behind the scenes at ZFX, a Louisville company where ideas really do take flight!
Guest: The Belle of Louisville is nearly 100 years-old, is a National Historic Landmark, and is the oldest authentic paddlewheel steamboat still operating in the United States. CEO Linda Harris shares the latest on Louisville's grand lady.
Around Town: April 3rd, 1974 saw a super outbreak of tornadoes in our area never seen before or since. We take you to Hanover, Indiana, one of the hardest hit areas on the 34th anniversary of the storms. Plus, a look back at the life and legacy of artist Harlan Hubbard.
Etc.: She was a pioneer for women sculptors at the turn of the 20th century ... and she was a Louisvillian. Build your knowledge of artist Enid Yandell.