What's Growing in
the Tomato Patch?

It's time to enjoy homegrown tomatoes. Kentucky Life visits Bill Best, a grower of heirloom tomatoes, to find out what his favorites are. Then Bob Perry of the University of Kentucky's College of Agriculture whips up tomato salad and BLTs with Bill's best tomatoes. Watch Video

Zombie Attack

On 8/29 at 8:29 pm, costumed ghouls of all ages—thousands of them!—will take part in the Louisville Zombie Attack on Bardstown Road. The 10th annual event, complete with costume contest and music, will take place on Friday, August 29, 2014. Kentucky Life went behind the scenes a couple of years ago to record this gathering of the undead. Watch Video

Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville

From the Humana Building to the Bowman Field Terminal to the Seelbach Hotel, Louisville Life features "Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville." In 2013, a jury of architects, historians and other experts chose the 10 buildings to mark the 50th anniversary of the American Institute of Architects Kentucky.
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Turning to Wildlife

There are the animals we hunt and the animals we don't. In a one-hour special, Kentucky Afield turns to non-game wildlife—everything from foxes, hummingbirds and turtles to frogs, snakes and bats. Tim Farmer and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources answer viewer questions. Watch Video

Hopkinsville Powwow

Dancers in feathers and buckskin move to the beat of drums and raise their voices in song each September as Hopkinsville hosts an intertribal powwow. Kentucky Life takes you to the event, sponsored by the local Trail of Tears Commission. Hopkinsville was a stopping point for the Cherokee in 1838-39 during their forced removal from their homeland. Watch Video

This year's PowWow is scheduled Sept. 6-7 at the Trail of Tears Commemorative Park in Hopkinsville. For more information, see

Naomi Judd Speaks From the Heart

Kentucky-born singer-songwriter Naomi Judd reveals the emotions and causes that are close to her heart in a conversation on One to One with Bill Goodman. Watch Video