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Humana’s Dr. Bryan Loy discusses building healthy communities on KET’s Kentucky Health

Host Dr. Wayne Tuckson talks with Dr. Bryan Loy, corporate medical director at Humana, Inc., and co-chair of the Louisville Health Advisory Board, about Humana’s goal of making Louisville 20 percent healthier by 2020.

Antiques Roadshow coming to Louisville May 22

Antiques Roadshow is coming to Louisville on Tuesday, May 22 to film three segments for its 2019 season. The venue location will be announced at a later date, but producers have indicated that showcasing the history of the appraisal venues and cities will be an important new aspect of the series. Admission is free, but tickets are required and must be obtained in advance. Guests can apply for tickets for the Antiques Roadshow 2018 tour online now through Feb. 27 at 11:59 pm PT at www.pbs.org/roadshowtickets.

Education

KET receives grant from US Bank for workforce training resources

KET recently received a $25,000 grant from US Bank in support of KET’s workforce training resources that will help better prepare adult learners and workers to attain and maintain jobs in the construction industry, one of the most in-demand sectors of Kentucky’s economy.

KET captures magic of 25th anniversary performance of It’s a Grand Night for Singing

KET cameras capture the magic and music of the 25th anniversary production of It’s a Grand Night for Singing!, the beloved annual production of UK Opera Theatre.

Documentary captures former Louisville artist’s mission to paint 5,500 dogs

Few people realize that roughly 5,500 dogs are euthanized at shelters across the country each day. To put the enormity of that number into perspective, artist Mark Barone set out to paint 5,500 dogs – each with their name and kill date – as a call to action to find alternatives to the daily practice, including no-kill shelters or other animal rescue initiatives.