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Program 819

Saturday, August 23 at 7:30/6:30 pm CT on KET

Sunday, August 24 at 12:00/11:00 am CT on KET2

Monday, August 25 at 7:30/6:30 am CT on KET2

Monday, August 25 at 11:30/10:30 pm CT on KET

Thursday, August 28 at 7:30/6:30 pm CT on KET2

Thursday night, August 28 at 12:30/11:30 pm CT on KET

Friday, August 29 at 5:30/4:30 pm CT on KET2

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Our "10 Buildings that Changed Louisville" series focuses on two city icons for river travelers—the Louisville Water Tower and the U.S. Marine Hosptial. The Louisville Water Tower supplied the city with water from 1860 to 1909. The U.S. Marine Hospital operated between 1852 and 1933, and was the community’s first veterans hospital.

If you thought living above the store was a bygone concept…guess again! We talk to a Louisville store owner who is giving it a go in one of the city’s newest neighborhoods! In 2004, Margy Taylor opened Clay & Cotton, a retail store on Bardstown Road. In late 2013, Clay & Cotton opened an additional location in Norton Commons and Taylor makes her home upstairs.

The program also visits Rivue, the only rotating restaurant in the world with two moving floors. Located on the Galt House Hotel’s 25th floor, Rivue’s dual circular floors offer views of downtown Louisville and the Ohio River. Rivue ranks as one of the top five revolving restaurants in the United States.

In the studio, Candyce talks with Cary Stemle, the longtime editor of LEO who left the publication in 2008 and is now the managing editor of Louisville Business First.

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