Chart-topping band Exile hits the road performing their greatest hits, step into the extraordinary at Louisville's superhero-themed restaurant SuperChefs, and explore the history of Ulysses S. Grant and his Kentucky connections and inspirations in this first of a three-part series.
We're headed to South Central Kentucky to hunt some quail for the dinner table. Then we meet up with the man that caught the world-record smallmouth bass.
PBS NewsHour's Phil Moeller's latest Making $ense column discusses the Medicare Part D "donut hole" in prescription drug coverage and reports on a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation which finds that Part D drug plans are not doing a great job of protecting people from out-of-pocket expenses for costly medications. Moeller also examines proposed legislation in Congress that will raise Social Security benefits as well as payroll taxes, but create its own "donut hole" in the payroll tax exempting earnings between $132,900 and $400,000.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores with Marisa Tomei, Sheryl Sandberg, and Kal Penn the tremendous challenges faced by their immigrant forebears. From Italy, Russia, and India to America, their histories show success could take generations to achieve.
This week, we follow along with a youngster on his first dove hunt, go fishing for brook trout, and then fire up the A-rig for more fishing on Laurel Lake.
We're in the woods with the best little squirrel dog, trappers help out in western Kentucky with nuisance wildlife, and we head to Green River Lake for cold water crappie fishing.