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One to One with Bill Goodman

Kim Baker of KCA: Keeping the Arts Accessible and Relevant

Kim Baker recalls watching the gala grand opening of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts when she was a child. Her television flashed pictures of Charlton Heston, Jessye Norman, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and other celebrities walking the red carpet into the shiny new performing arts complex that opened in downtown Louisville in 1983. The venue is known as the Kentucky Center, or Kentucky Center for the Arts, or simply, KCA.

What Does Every Teen Need?

In this KET Special Report, we examine the unique challenges facing teenagers in today's society and explore strategies that ensure every adolescent arrives at adulthood protected and prepared.

Kentucky Collectibles

Come to the 4th Annual Appraisal Fair

Should you toss or keep that old lamp in the attic?  What about your great-uncle's cufflinks -- should they be in the wall safe? Wonder no more about the value of ...

The Thomas Merton Story

"Louisville Life" explores the Thomas Merton story, including a visit to Bellarmine University, the official repository of his archives. Also Part 4 of the ongoing series on the city's Olmsted Parks, the Little Loomhouse, and Mark Wourms, executive director of Bernheim Forest, talks about YES! Fest, (a Year of Environment and Sustainability).

Wendell Berry Celebrates Fellowship of Kentucky Writers

As the first living author to be inducted into the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame, Wendell Berry has the privilege to celebrate the wealth of literary talent the state has been able to offer.

Take a Stroll Down Kentucky Main Street

Since 1979 the Kentucky Main Street Program has been helping to revitalize downtowns both large and small. "Kentucky Life" visits some of these communities where the program is making a big difference.

Exploring the Kentucky Science Center

Take in the sights and sounds of the Kentucky Science Center in downtown Louisville; visit the Louisville Free Public Library's latest branch, the Southwest Regional Library; ThrowBack Louisville looks at former Mayor Charles Farnsley, the city leader who helped promote the Louisville Orchestra worldwide; an interview with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer; and Operation Parent in Oldham County helps parents with teens.

Kentucky Afield

Keeping the Edge

Tim Farmer visits a talented knife maker from Jessamine County and learns how to keep his knives sharp. Also, it's warming up and we're getting ready for turkey season! Tim gives you turkey tips to prepare to harvest a gobbler this spring.

Moonshine: Out of the Hollers and Into the Classroom

The folks at the Distilled Spirits Epicenter take distilling so seriously they've created Moonshine University. "Louisville Life" pays a visit. Also on the program, we travel with City Taste Tours; meet Kevin Wardell, chief administrative officer with Norton Cancer Institute and president of Rotary Club of Louisville; and visit Roundhouse Electric Trains.

Paducah’s Creative Energy Comes from Downtown

We visit downtown Paducah, one of Kentucky's most creative communities. We also sample Today's Special from Peak Bros. Bar-B-Que in Union Co.; visit Owensboro artist Aaron Kizer; learn about the Father of Ragtime;and see the exhibits at the Historic Railpark and Train Museum in Bowling Green.

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