Biochemist Lisa Senetar creates her eye-catching PHbeaD jewelry from insects. Kentucky Life host Doug Flynn talks about his baseball career and enduring love of the Cincinnati Reds; and Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars.
What happens when you combine a Ph.D. in biochemistry with a love of insects and jewelry? Lisa Senetar of Paint Lick creates unique jewelry with insect wings set in sterling silver or brass. PhbeaD (which combines PhD with bead) is her jewelry-making business.
Doug Flynn and the Cincinnati Reds
Most Kentuckians remember Kentucky Life host Doug Flynn from his career in baseball: He played in the majors from 1975-85 and was on the 1975 and 1976 Cincinnati Reds teams that won the World Series. He reminisced about his career in an interview at Castlewood Park in Lexington, where he got started in the sport as a boy.
Luthiers: Neil Kendrick
Neil Kendrick of Menifee County has been making guitars for over 20 years. He was taught by the late master luthier Homer Ledford. Guitar players like Josh Williams, of Rhonda Vincent and the Rage, come to Kendrick for guitars that sound just the way they want them to.