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Georgetown College President William Jones on the School’s Tuition Program and Its Mission to Students
Georgetown College President William Jones talks about growing up in Appalachia, the transformative power of education, his goals for the school, a full-tuition scholarship program for local students, and the state of higher education in Kentucky.
Host Marcus Samuelsson goes to the greater Boston area to learn more about Portuguese, Brazilian, and Cape Verdean food traditions. Marcus eats Portuguese chowder with halibut on a fishing boat, visits a Portuguese marketplace where he tries plenty of bacalhau, and later, in a home kitchen, he makes a bacalhau gratin with cheese and potatoes. Watch now
Maggie and Lindsey take part in the kitchen skills classes taught at the Common Table, a six-week program preparing refugees and others for careers in hospitality. They visit the vibrant vegetable beds of Common Earth Gardens, where refugees from around the world are able to make a living from the earth. Watch now.
Julia Chinn was the common-law wife of a U.S. vice president; bestselling author Barbara Kingsolver reminisces about her Kentucky childhood; Louisville artist Enid Yandell broke the mold for women sculptors; presidential widow Mary Todd Lincoln struggled to prove her sanity. Watch now.
Dr. Tuckson speaks with Barry Martin, chief executive officer, and Dr. John Jones, DO, chief medical officer, of Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky (PCCEK), who discuss PCCEK's variety of medical services contained in their facilities in Hazard and other towns that treat the rural population in eastern Kentucky.