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Feature Story: Louisville Life introduces film producer and entrepreneur Gill Holland. Join us for a visit with Gill at his newly renovated Green Building - a 110-year-old structure that he has turned into an environmentally-friendly commercial building - to talk about his vision of creating a vibrant artistic community in Louisville's Market Street area ... and his creative endeavors in the film, publishing and music industries.
Guest: Things are always jumping at Louisville's popular gallery hops. Chris Poynter, deputy director for communications for Mayor Jerry Abramson, stops by our studio to discuss downtown's First Friday Trolley Hop, a free trolley route that travels to art galleries, restaurants and pubs.
Around Town: Art opens up a world of possibilites; the Zoom Group's Studio Works program, which provides services to artistically inclined individuals with developmental disabilities, is evidence. We learn more about them. Plus, we delve into the history of the Louisville Free Public Libraries, focusing on the centennial celebrations of two popular branches.
Etc.: As the nation celebrates Veterans Day, Louisville Life looks back at the whirlwind rise and fall of Camp Zachary Taylor, a local artillery camp that was once the largest of its kind in the U.S.