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Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 7:30/6:30 pm CT on KET2
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Feature Story: Louisville Life meets Bryon Crawford, a retired Courier-Journal columnist, and his son, Eric, who writes a sports column for the same newspaper. Byron, former KET host, talks about the decades he spent traveling the back roads of Kentucky, looking for stories to share with his loyal readers. Eric discusses his work and what it's like to be a second-generation Courier-Journal writer.
Guest: After 17 years, the Louisville Science Center has a new executive director. We introduce Joanna Haas, learn about her Kentucky roots and her plans for the largest hands-on science center in the Commonwealth.
Around Town: We visit the growing Pyro Gallery on Main Street, a cooperative venture with a diverse art collection. Plus, Chef Dean Corbett has a history of creating fine dining in Louisville; he is best known for his Equus restaurant. Louisville Life catches up with him at his new restaurant, Corbett's: An American Place, which is housed in a historic mansion. The restaurant was recognized as one of the nation's 20 Best New Restaurants in 2008 by Esquire magazine.
Etc.: A profile of opera legend Moritz von Bomhard, who founded the Kentucky Opera and is the namesake of the Bomhard Theater at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.