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KET’s next Kentucky Life spotlights the Louisville Zoo, tours the Shaker Village apiary, details the service of Colonel Charles Young and visits Rosine, the birthplace of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe.
To honor Black History Month, and as part of our commitment to celebrate the diversity of America year-round, KET will air a collection of documentaries and specials that highlight the African-American experience throughout the month of February. Highlights include a new documentary on the legacy of Maya Angelou, a spotlight on the opening of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., and a history of African American tour guides at Mammoth Cave.
The Index of American Design was a 1930s Federal Art Project which put artists to work producing an index, or catalog, of paintings of pre-1900s American functional art in order to preserve and document them for future generations. KET’s latest Kentucky Muse program, Kentucky By Design, examines Kentucky’s role in its creation.
KET’s next Kentucky Life spotlights a thriving Northern Kentucky alpaca farm, seed-to-table dining at Shaker Village and a rock climbing and repelling company based in Red River Gorge.
Festival of Champions at Murray State 2016 includes performance highlights from bands participating in the 41st annual event, which was held on Sept. 17, 2016.