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Kentucky Life

Moonbow Over the Falls

As spectacular as Cumberland Falls is during the day, another show awaits at night. The romance of the waterfall at Cumberland Falls State Park is enhanced by a moonbow, or lunar rainbow, during the full moon each month.

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Education Matters

Professional Growth: “Any Good Teacher Wants Feedback”

What does effective teaching look like? Learn how Kentucky educators are using the new Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System to transform practice with self-reflection as well as feedback from their students and their peers. "Any good teacher wants feedback," says math teacher Brad Darnall of South Marshall Middle School. See how schools in Marshall and Boone counties are implementing the new system.

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Kentucky Collectibles

Definitely Not Two Dollar Pistols

When George Jones sang about a "two-dollar pistol," he definitely wasn't talking about these American firearms, which expert appraisers on "Kentucky Collectibles" gave a stunning price tag.

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Kentucky Afield

Cut Him Some Quack

Ever wondered what a championship duck caller sounds like? Host Tim Farmer quacks it up with national duck caller Jim King. Also, drop in on the mallards of Fulton County, and learn about some beavers and their dam problems.

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Black History Month

J. Blaine Hudson

Hudson was a student activist at the University of Louisville, demonstrating on behalf of greater educational opportunities for African-American students. He later became dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at U of L.

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Kentucky Life

On the Banks in Bellevue

In French, "belle vue" means "beautiful view," and the river town of Bellevue in northern Kentucky has a striking vista of the Cincinnati skyline. But the historic community in Campbell County, featured in the "Our Town" segment, has more going for it than just its riparian perspective.

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Louisville Life

Rudell Stitch: Sparring with “The Greatest”

Stepping into the boxing ring to even spar Muhammad Ali would have taken a heft dose of courage, and Rudell Stitch, another Louisville boxing great, was packed with it.

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Black History Month

James Howard

At age 13, Howard and several other black students drew national attention for their efforts to integrate the schools in the Western Kentucky town of Sturgis.

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Kentucky Afield

The Return of Blue Catfish to Taylorsville Lake

Learn about the Blue Catfish restocking efforts at Taylorsville Lake in this episode of "Kentucky Afield." Also, Tim Farmer reminisces about 20 years as the host of "Kentucky Afield."

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Kentucky Collectibles

Experts Grab the Bull by the 19th Century Powder Horns

Expert appraisers examine the history and value of an Italian manicuring set worth thousands of dollars and a pair of 19th century powder horns.