All Past Episodes
26:59 | #920
Located on the outskirts of Louisville, Yew Dell Gardens is considered one of America's most unique gardens; Janet Strait of Swash-Bucklers crafts one-of-a-kind leather belts and other items at her LaGrange, Kentucky studio; Throwback Louisville tunes into the city's television history; an interview with Greg Galiette, senior vice president of The Louisville Bats; and Sam Corbett, executive director, Jefferson County Public Education Foundation, talks about his work mentoring a young student.
28:15 | #919
Located 45 minutes from downtown Louisville, take a tour of Squire Boone Caverns in Mauckport, Indiana, a cave system discovered by explorer Daniel Boone and his brother Squire in 1790; Louisville Life wraps up its series of the Olmsted Park system by exploring its founding and history; from the book Modern Houses of Louisville, Throwback shines a spotlight on notable homes in the area; Lisa Hite, senior planner at Louisville Metro Parks, provides an update on the 100-mile trail that will loop Louisville; and Louisville Tea Company offers a variety of high quality loose-leaf tea as well as artisan teas from around the world.
27:11 | #918
A look at the new venture between Old 502 Winery and Falls City Brewing; a visit to Schrodt Art Studio where owner Judy Warren instructs fledgling painters; Throwback Louisville explores the Southern Exposition, a cultural event opened by President Chester Arthur; an interview with Bob Hill, board member of Waterfront Botanical Gardens; and St. Matthews Feed & Seed store has been providing Louisvillians with gardening merchandise and plants for over seventy years.
27:58 | #917
The artists of Gallopalooza create colorful images on fiberglass horse statues to encourage local exploration and civic pride; meet Kirby Adams who made the switch from television reporting to The Courier-Journal; a look back at the history of The Courier Journal and the building that's been its home since 1948; Sarah Reed Harris, managing director of the Center for Interfaith Relations, talks about this year's Festival of Faiths event; and the sights and sounds of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory are showcased.
27:17 | #916
Get your oven mitts ready for a cooking class at Cooking at the Cottage in St. Matthews; visit Sunergos Coffee, the winner of "America's Best Espresso" competition at CoffeeFest; a look back at Louisville philanthropist, J. Graham Brown; Kevin Lynch, president of Sister Cities of Louisville, talks about the organization and its international relationships; sample Kentucky's signature dish, the Hot Brown, at the place where it originated 80 years ago - Louisville's Brown Hotel; and visit Mellwood Antiques & Interiors, a treasure hunter's dream.
27:40 | #915
Louisville Life explores the Thomas Merton story, including a visit to Bellarmine University, the official repository of his archives; in part 4 of the ongoing series on the city's Olmsted Parks, we focus on recreation and leisure; a look at the Little Loomhouse, an area attraction where art meets history; and Mark Wourms, executive director of Bernheim Forest talks about YES! Fest, (a Year of Environment and Sustainability).
28:26 | #914
Take in the sights and sounds of the Kentucky Science Center in downtown Louisville; visit the Louisville Free Public Library's latest branch, the Southwest Regional Library; ThrowBack Louisville looks at former Mayor Charles Farnsley, the city leader who helped promote the Louisville Orchestra worldwide; an interview with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer; and Operation Parent in Oldham County helps parents with teens, the organization is featured in KET's program What Does Every Teen Need?
26:49 | #913
The Distilled Spirits Epicenter takes distilling so seriously they've created Moonshine University - explore this Louisville educational experience; City Taste Tours brings visitors a unique travel experience while in the Derby City; the popular cartoon Toonerville Trolley was inspired by the Louisville life of Fontaine Fox; Kevin Wardell, chief administrative officer with Norton Cancer Institute and president of Rotary Club of Louisville, talks about Rotary Promise Scholarships; and Roundhouse Electric Trains boasts the largest selection of new, used, and collectible train products in the Louisville area.
28:35 | #912
A profile of Rudell Stitch, a former welterweight who used to spar with Muhammad Ali in the 1960s, and a recent Hometown Hero Banner recipient; a visit to Derby City Chop Shop, a full-service barbershop; a look back at actress and Louisville native Irene Dunne; and Natalie Harris talks about the Coalition for the Homeless.
28:49 | #911
Louisville Life speaks to Grady Nutt's son about the man called "The Prime Minister of Humor"; part 3 of the series on the city's Olmsted Parks focuses on pastoral beauty; a discussion with Catherine Fosl, the director of the Anne Braden Institute at UofL; and savor the treats at Annie May's Sweet Cafe.
28:03 | #910
Meet Bob Lockhart, an award-winning sculptor whose work is viewed in famous museums around the country; Kelly Ramsey makes sophisticated bourbon candy at her store Art Eatables; a look at some famous Kentucky candy including Modjeskas, Taffy Tolu, and Rebecca Ruth; author Sharon P.S. Marx talks about her book, Looking for Love Through Thicker Lenses: A Guide for Dating Later in Life; and a visit to Belmar Flower Shop, a Louisville business since 1943.
27:08 | #909
Meet Marc Murphy, a local attorney who is drawn to cartooning and political opinion; Tytianna Wells Smith is an author and also the founder of Honey Tree Publishing, which specializes in books aimed at a multiethnic audience; a look back at Alice Hegan Rice, author of Mrs. Wiggs and the Cabbage Patch, the novel that inspired movies, stage productions, dolls, and solidified the nickname of a Louisville neighborhood; Peter Holloway, producing artistic director at StageOne, talks about the city's professional children's theater and upcoming productions; and one of Louisville's oldest bookstores has a new store, Carmichael's Kids, which caters to a younger crowd.
27:31 | #908
Louisville Life catches up with filmmaker, storyteller, and entrepreneur, Coury Deeb and his Nadus Films company; a visit to Coffman's Sporting Goods near Iroquois Park; a look back at photographer, artist, and novelist Wallace Kelly; an interview with Christen Boone, president and CEO for the Fund for the Arts; and a look at KET's Kentucky Muse: Actors Theatre of Louisville, about the storied venue that has launched the career of many notable actors and playwrights.
28:04 | #907
Louisville's rich history of brewing is the focus of a new book by local writer Kevin Gibson; Candy Ritz of Candyjacks consignments talks about her boutique shop located in the St. Matthews neighborhood; a look back at the Ford Edsel that was made in Louisville; an interview with Jeffrey A. Been, executive director of the Legal Aid Society; and Active Heroes, started by Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran Troy Yocum, helps fellow soldiers who are struggling with PTSD and depression and their families.
28:42 | #906
In this edition of Louisville's Olmsted Parks, Louisville Life focuses on the Olmsted Parks Conservancy currently in its 25th year; step aboard The Belle of Louisville as she celebrates 100 years; a look back at West Baden Springs Hotel; author and historian Rick Bell discusses his book, Louisville's Waterfront Park: A Riverfront Renaissance; and Vines and Canines in the Highlands provides a line of products for dog-owners and beverage-lovers alike.
27:25 | #905
A visit to Forme Millinery, the shop of award-winning hat maker and designer Jenny Pfanenstiel; meet Lee Robinson, a banker turned designer who's making a name for himself in Louisville and other cities; a look back at Louisville architect Stratton Hammon; Patrick Piuma, director of Urban Design Studio, talks about his involvement in ReSurfaced: A Pop-Up Plaza on Main; and Architectural Salvage is a place where designers, builders, and others search for unique and hard-to-find architectural antiques.
28:42 | #904
Vintage planes from around the country descend for a weekend of aviation fun at Lee Bottom Flying Field's "Fly-In"; take a trip to neighboring Bullitt County for winemaking at Brooks Hill Winery; Throwback Louisville spotlights Louisville's place in the panic following the 1938 radio show, War of the Worlds; Candyce interviews Heather O'Mara, director of public relations for Louisville Orchestra & Kentucky Opera; and visit the historic mansion and grounds of Whitehall.
28:02 | #903
Louisville Life kicks off a season-long look at the city's Olmsted Parks system; founded as the Young Men's Hebrew Association Players in 1914, CenterStage has evolved into one of Louisville's most successful community theater groups; Throwback Louisville explores the history of the city's Jewish community; Candyce interviews Kent Oyler, new president & CEO of Greater Louisville Inc.; and Schimpff's Confectionary is one of the oldest continuously operated, family-owned candy businesses in the United States.
26:39 | #902
Louisville Life visits Dairy Del, Dairy Kastle, and Barrel of Fun Ice Cream - popular 'treateries' - that have been creating ice cream memories for many generations; called the "Queen" of Old Louisville, the Inn at the Park is a bed and breakfast located on Fourth Street; Throwback Louisville highlights Mona Bismarck, the woman called the Kentucky countess; Candyce interviews Kris Applegate, author or Legendary Locals of Louisville; and visit the beautiful grounds of Finchville Daylily Gardens.
26:59 | #901
A profile Louisville Chef Edward Lee, who is becoming known to national audiences through TV programs like Top chef and PBS' Mind of a Chef; the new brandy distillery of Copper & Kings; Throwback Louisville highlights sculptor Enid Yandell; Candyce interviews Michael Gritton, executive director of KentuckianaWorks, an organization helping to further the goals of the national American Graduate initiative; and visit Louisville Stoneware's factory and newly renovated showroom as it celebrates 200 years in business.
26:30 | #822
A visit to the Louisville Zoo to check out all the latest sights and sounds; Terry Middleton and his martial arts school in New Albany, Indiana, is the oldest and largest of its kind in the U.S.; an interview with Gina O'Brien, director of Brightside, a Louisville agency that spearheads cleanups, landscaping initiatives, and environmental youth education; and a look at U.S. President Zachary Taylor, who was raised just east of Louisville, on Muddy Fork at Beargrass Creek are featured.
26:27 | #821
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
26:46 | #820
A visit to Caudill Seed Company that celebrated their 65th year in business in 2012; in the final installment of "Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville," a look at Seelbach Hotel and 21c Museum Hotel; an interview with Erin Keane who covers arts and humanities for WFPL; and American Printing House for the Blind are featured.
26:23 | #819
In the fifth installment of the six part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," we visit two of the city's most iconic landmarks - the Louisville Water Tower and the U.S. Marine Hospital; Margy Taylor makes her home at her business, Clay & Cotton; an interview with Cary Stemle, new managing editor of Louisville's Business First; and Rivue, the only rotating restaurant in the world with two moving floors, offers scenic views of downtown Louisville and the Ohio River.
28:46 | #818
Louisville MEGA Cavern is home to the world's only fully underground zip line and ropes challenge courses and is steeped in history, geology, mining, recycling, and green building technology; Morris' Deli, formerly known as Karem Deeb's, is a blast from the past; writer David Henry talks about his latest work, Furious Cool: Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him; and the true stories of the Moth StorySLAM, part of NPR's Moth Radio Hour, are featured.
27:38 | #817
General Manager Sharon Scott describes the atmosphere at ART x FM, a community run, non-profit radio station that debuted at the 2012 Idea Festival; meet documentarians George & Kiley Parker and hear about their latest productions; Lora Tucker, CEO of Girl Scouts Kentuckiana, talks about the organization; and a visit to Old Bridge Inn, a bed and breakfast in Jeffersonville, Indiana, are featured.
27:08 | #816
In the fourth of a six-part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a look at the Bowman Field Terminal and the Levy Building; a tour of the Frazier History Museum, now in its 10th year on Main Street; an interview with Dan Gediman, executive producer of the national public radio series This I Believe; and Almost Home, offering boarding, training, grooming and doggie day care all under one roof, are featured.
28:45 | #815
In the next part of the series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a tour of two downtown buildings on Main Street; founded by Col. Michael Muldoon in 1854, Muldoon Memorials designs and creates personal and civic monuments; an interview with Mark Wetherington, director of The Filson Historical Society; and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a new attraction on Main Street, are featured.
27:20 | #814
A tour of Louisville Water Company's new museum; Buschemeyer's, a local jewelry store started in 1865; author Nancy Miller on her book, One Hundred Fascinating Louisville Women; and the 1917 train collision in Shepherdsville, the deadliest in Kentucky history, are featured.
25:36 | #813
An afterschool program at the South Louisville Community Center offers middle and high schoolers the chance to learn about the horse industry; the unique Cafe Press, an international business that creates and sells a broad range of items; Ken Clay, co-author of Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History, talks about his book and career; and the tempting treats of Bussmann's Bakery are featured.
27:26 | #812
The story behind the musical group Appalatin; profile of Jazz Master and educator Jamey Aebersold; a visit to Louisville's oldest barber shop, the Loop Barber Shop; and an interview with Susan Zepeda, president and CEO with the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
26:48 | #811
Meet Connie Leonard and Kent Taylor, familiar faces in Louisville through their longtime work in television; learn how The Louisville Elder Refugee Program helps seniors with mentoring and more; retired U.S. Army Special Forces Colonel Walter Herd of Louisville talks about his book Unconventional Warrior: Memoir of a Special Operations Commander in Afghanistan; and lighting store Alcott & Bentley are featured.
26:09 | #810
Louisville Life explores the work of sculptor Joe Autry; Canoe offers a variety of textiles that owner Lynn Seiller imports; an interview with Maria Hampton, regional executive, Louisville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; and Doctors and Lawyers for Kids helps families with legal matters that may impact a child's health.
24:47 | #809
Heather Fleming, owner of The Custom Wig Company, talks about the company's roots; the first of a five part series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," explore the Actors Theatre of Louisville and the Ballet Building; an interview with Les Waters, artistic director of the Actors Theater of Louisville; and celebrate the 90th anniversary of Kosair Charities.
09:33 | #808
Learn about ten important buildings that changed Louisville, chosen by a panel brought together by the Kentucky Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Kentucky); learn how MetroSafe provides public service and public safety; an interview with Joanna Haas, executive director of the Kentucky Science Center; and visit the new FAF (Fine Art Firm) in the historic Henry Clay Building.
26:59 | #807
Wood artisan Jason Cohen talks about his bourbon barrel furniture; The Root Cellar is a local food store located in the Old Louisville and Germantown neighborhoods; architect Charles Cash, a member of the American Institute of Architects, discusses KET's Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville project; and Icelandic horses are being introduced into Kentucky by Gudmar Petursson, a breeder with farms in Iceland and Oldham County.
26:38 | #806
Historic Saunders Springs Nature Preserve in Radcliff has provided water to Ft. Knox for over 40 years and is a haven for nature lovers; The Kentucky Center celebrates its 30th anniversary; an interview with WaterStep CEO Mark Hogg, named Kentucky Humanitarian of the Year; and African American owned and operated WLOU has been broadcasting for over 50 years.
25:43 | #805
Shivley Sporting Goods has grown from humble beginnings since its opening in 1968; Guitar Emporium has been a fixture in the Highlands neighborhood for nearly 40 years; Wendy Treinen, marketing director at the Kentucky Derby Museum talks about new events; and the tragedies and triumphs of the Korean War are revealed through the stories of local veterans in an upcoming KET documentary.
25:46 | #804
Sculptor Matt Weir and his Bingham media tribute, Earth Measure, at Bernheim Forest; Louisville's Fandom Fest, the largest sci-fi, pop culture, horror, and comic book convention in the region; an interview with Leslie Broecker, president of Broadway Across America's Midwest Region; and Caufield's Novelty, one of the largest theatrical distributors in the nation are featured.
26:58 | #803
A visit to the landmark Louisville Palace, a tour of Broad Run Vineyards twenty-five acres, and an interview with Edward Heavrin, director of The Potter's Field, a heartening film about burials for the homeless including a look at the trailer are featured.
26:16 | #802
Ramsi's Cafe on the World gets produce from Raising Hope Organic Farm, its own USDA organic approved farm; the Iroquois Amphitheater celebrates its 75th Anniversary; an interview with Shannon Westerman, executive director of the Louisville Visual Art Association; and Peace of the Earth is a natural bath boutique specializing in a variety of handmade products.
26:50 | #801
Meet visual artist Ann Klem and visit the St. James Court Art Show; Flea Off Market, a once-a-month outdoor bazaar offering a wide variety of unique items; an interview with Cynthia Knapek, president of Leadership Louisville; and Dainty Festival keeps a German tradition alive in Louisville's Schnitzelburg neighborhood. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:21 | #722
Plant Kingdom provides horticulture services and recognizes plants and gardens as integral living components of urban ecology; John Timmons talks about his life after closing his music store, ear-X-tacy; Vickie Yates Brown, president and CEO of Nucleus, discusses how UofL is helping drive economic development for Louisville and Kentucky; and meet visual artist Deward Eades, who talks about creating art for the past 70 years.
28:42 | #721
Grasshoppers offers fresh produce and meats so people can customize their grocery baskets; the Louisville Nature Center aims to provide nature education and encourage stewardship in an urban forest; an interview with Bob Corcoran, president and chairman of the GE Foundation, the philanthropic organization of GE; and discover historic farm life at Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing.
27:48 | #720
The author of Brandeis at 150: The Louisville Perspective talks about former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis and his life in Louisville; situated in the downtown 'NuLu' district, Harvest restaurant has a locally grown 'farm-to-table' vision; an interview with David Barksdale, historian and committee member on the bicentennial of New Albany; and a local non-profit helps residents in low-income neighborhoods acquire local produce through "fresh stops."
27:13 | #719
Louisville ECHO (Engaging Children Outdoors) is an environmental education program for 4th graders sponsored by the Louisville Metro Parks Department; the Louisville Equestrian Center, the vision of horsewoman Betsy Webb, provides equestrian instruction and training; an interview with Anthony Smith, director for Safe Neighborhoods; and for almost 50 years, Joe Ley has been providing antiques on Market Street.
28:36 | #718
Sample the treats at Copper Cupcake, a small batch bakery in Norton Commons; founded in 1884, The Filson Historical Society collects and preserves Kentucky and Ohio River Valley history; an interview with Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson; and the Society of Kentucky Lepidopterists are credited with identifying more than a thousand moths previously unknown in the state.
27:59 | #717
Since 1993, Supplies Over Seas has shipped medical surplus to meet critical healthcare needs in developing countries; located in Louisville's Clifton neighborhood, A Reader's Corner Bookstore is one of the city's few independent bookstores; an interview with Aldy Milliken, executive director and chief curator at the Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft; and a look at the Scribner House, the oldest surviving building in New Albany.
27:54 | #716
21c Museum Hotel Founder Steve Wilson and Director of Arts Programming Alice Gray Stites talk about 21c's runaway success; Vintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center houses one of the nation's best collections of firefighting equipment; an interview with Rev. Dr. Kevin W. Cosby, senior pastor of St. Stephen Church and president of Simmons College of Kentucky; and a visit to the Muhammad Ali Center.
28:18 | #715
Visit with actors at Alley Theatre; the Peace Education Program teaches conflict resolution, peer mediation, and prejudice reduction; an interview with Karl Schmitt, executive director of the Louisville Sports Commission; and built in 1853, the Inn at Woodhaven is a bed and breakfast listed on the National Register because of its architectural significance.
27:44 | #714
Gift shop owner and and Lebowski Fest impresario Will Russell has opened up a Why Louisville II shop in the NuLu/East Market Street neighborhood; Families Outside X-ploring or FOX is a series of events designed to get families into the great outdoors; an interview with Susan Barry, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Louisville; and the unique works of artists at PYRO Gallery.
27:32 | #713
Founded in 1990, the River City Drum Corps is a youth organization that molds traditional African drumming, percussive music training, performance and cultural education; Nord's Bakery, formerly Klein's, has been in Louisville's Germantown neighborhood for 70 years; an interview with U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth (KY-3); and meet artist Trent Altman who was diagnosed with autism as a child.
28:20 | #712
Learn about legendary Hollywood star Victor Mature, the latest person elected to Louisville's Hometown Heroes program; visit Spot5, where staff and teachers have created an art supply store, gallery, and teaching studio; an interview with Craig J. Richard, the new president and CEO of Greater Louisville Inc.; and experience the southern hospitality and cooking of Claudia Sanders Dinner House. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:17 | #711
Meet contemporary glass artist Casey Hyland; visit Decca restaurant and meet chef Annie Pettry and owner Chad Sheffield; an interview with John Harris, executive director of The Clifton Center, an historic facility that serves as a gathering place for art and culture; and a pug dog named Winston is the inspiration behind Little Eatz gourmet goodies. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:10 | #710
The legacy of the Stitzel-Weller Distillery and the Van Winkle family; a profile of Joy Perrine, bartender at Equus Restaurant and Jack's Lounge, picked a top bartender by Esquire Magazine, and co-author of The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book; an interview with Phillip Roberts, vice president of development with the Young Professionals Association of Louisville; and visit Kentucky's latest microbrewery, Apocalypse Brew Work. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:11 | #709
Known for its quality hand-crafted furniture since 1854, Bittners has inspired a special exhibit at the Frazier History Museum; a visit to Brownsboro Hardware, locally owned since 1960; a discussion with Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt, director of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness; and meet the ghoulish characters who congregate for the annual Louisville Zombie Attack. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:37 | #708
For 45 years, saxophonist and educator Jamey Aebersold has traveled the globe teaching people how to play jazz; a look at the efforts of Louisville's Waterfront Development Corporation; an interview with Donald Lassere, executive director of the Muhammad Ali Center; and take a tour of Leonard and Adele Leights' Louisville home and learn more about their lives. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:48 | #707
A look at Sleep Rock Thy Brain, a new collaborative production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville; meet lifestyle designer Barry Wooley; Mary Gwen Wheeler, executive director for 55,000 Degrees, talks about the goal of adding 40,000 bachelor's degrees and 15,000 associate's degrees by 2020; and visit Nuts n Stuff, a very unique bulk store in the Louisville area. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:38 | #706
Take a look back at the history of Barney Bright's Louisville Clock and its restoration - now back home on Fourth Street; a profile of Louisville architect Bill Weyland and his iconic buildings; an interview with Shirley Willihnganz, executive vice president and provost of the University of Louisville; River City Winery in New Albany, Indiana, won Wine of Year at the Indy International Wine Competition. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:59 | #705
Visit Blackacre State Nature Preserve and Historic Homestead where urban children can explore farm life; taste the tempting treats of Adrienne & Co. Bakery and Cafe; an interview with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer; and the unique space of The Marcus Lindsey. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:29 | #704
A look at the history of the Kentucky Opera, celebrating its 60th season; a visit to Vendome Copper & Brass Works; an interview with Jefferson Co. Public Schools Superintendent Donna Hargens; and The Western Library has been remodeled with a new addition - the African-American Archives Reading Room. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:02 | #703
A visit to Hadley Pottery reveals a proud tradition of creating beautiful handmade pottery; Rooibee Red Tea, a relatively new Louisville business which produces bottled teas that are getting national buzz; an interview with Barbara Sexton Smith, president and CEO for Fund for the Arts; and a look at the Kentucky Muse program featuring New York City Ballet principal dancer and Louisville native Wendy Whelan. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:28 | #702
The Swope Auto Museum features antique cars from the early 1900s to the 1960s - and is free to the public; since 1978, ValuMarket has been a local family owned neighborhood grocery store that values building community; and Matt Davis of LouisvilleStreetFood.com and Lil Cheezers explains what makes food trucks so popular. A 2012 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:50 | #701
Meet award-winning filmmaker and Louisville native Jeff Dupre, who started his career working with Ken Burns and is the talent behind PBS' Circus, Carrier, and Broadway: The American Musical; for over 35 years, Guitar Emporium has been a fixture in Louisville's Highlands neighborhood; and reporter Barry Bernson, known for his off-beat stories, discusses his book, Bernson's Corner: A Reporter's Notebook. A 2012 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:30 | #604
The Louisville Film Society's annual Flyover Film Festival has drawn the likes of Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence and Lost star William Mapother, both Louisville natives; meet Steve Lewis, the creator of "Chickens in the Hood," a resource for those who want to create self-sufficient food sources in urban environments; an interview with Chef Edward Lee, owner of the restaurant 610 Magnolia; and McDaniel Bluitt and the West Louisville Performing Arts Academy have been been changing lives in Louisville's inner city for more than 20 years.
26:20 | #603
Meet Louisville's Mozziz "Coach Mo" DeWalt, a former contestant on The Biggest Loser, who is leading others to a healthier, active life; since 1979, Scheller's Fitness has been a Louisville mainstay in helping people stay fit; an interview with Lisa Sutton, executive director of the House of Ruth and an authority on AIDS services; and author and Southern Living writer Morgan Murphy talks about his book, Off the Eaten Path, about southern dives and the recipes that made them famous, including his Louisville and Kentucky picks.
27:12 | #602
Go to the set of Tan Lines, a film shot in the RIver City, and features Cougar Town actor and Kentucky native Josh Hopkins, who was raised in Lexington and has longtime connections with KET; explore the Louisville Zoo's newest exhibit, the bear habitat of Glacier Run; an interview with Terena Bell, founder of In Every Language, a nationally-recognized provider of translating, interpreting and, localization solutions, representing over 170 languages; and the colorful Bluebonnets and Bluegrass Alpaca Farm in Crestwood, Kentucky, spins alpaca fiber into yarn, weaving rugs, pillows, scarves, and more.
27:27 | #601
Two prominent local bourbon historians talk about the River City's role during Prohibition - where bourbon flowed despite the bust; visit The Frazier History Museum's exhibit, ""Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy," and explore how the Civil War changed Kentucky forever; Judith Gibbons, board member with The Kentucky Book Fair, talks about this year's event; and University of Louisville doctoral student Kathy Salomon has bridged her two worlds of fine art and criminal justice with the art exhibit, "Bars to Walls," featuring art from Kentucky prison inmates.
27:45 | #522 | TV-G
Hop aboard the Belle Of Louisville's next door neighbor, the Spirit of Jefferson; the success of Kentucky Homefront, broadcasting diverse music on public radio, with founder and host John Gage; celebrate the ten year anniversary of Lebowski Fest; an interview with Will Russell, co-founder of the Lebowski Fest and owner of Why Louisville; and visit Bernheim Forest through the pages of Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, by Sharon A. Receveur and Tavia P. Cathcart. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:36 | #521 | TV-G
In celebration of Armed Forces Day, an overview of Zachary Taylor National Cemetery; Elizabeth Schaaf, owner of Elizabeth's Timeless Attire, a vintage clothing store on Frankfort Avenue, and a group of friends calling themselves "The Baubles" formed a club for vintage-clothing lovers who come together each month to "dress up"; the history of The Pendennis Club; an interview with Kevin Connelly, executive director with the Center for Nonprofit Excellence; and visit Highland House Bed and Breakfast, a relaxing retreat along the Ohio River. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:48 | #520 | TV-G
Louisville high school student and artist Ian Timothy is making waves in the world of claymation; a visit to Wallitsch Nursery and Garden Center, to find everything for do-it-yourself gardeners; an interview with allergist Dr. James Sublett; learn about Louisville's namesake - King Louis XVI of France; and meet 75-year-old Carrol Blevins, who graduated from U of L in December and is now a substitute teacher in Oldham County. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:51 | #519 | TV-G
In celebration of Mother's Day, meet three busy area mothers - Heather French Henry, Stephanie Powell, and our own Kelli Brodersen; spend all-day with Master Distiller Chris Morris at the Woodford Reserve Bourbon Academy; visit historic Frankfort Avenue; Dr. Thomas D. Robbins, director of counseling for Safe & Drug Free Schools with the Archdiocese of Louisville, discusses bullying; and the Blue Apple Players bring educational theater programs to young people. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:40 | #518 | TV-G
For over thirty years in Louisville's south end, Swag Hartel has been fitting feet of all walks of life at Louisville's largest specialty running and athletic shoe store; stroll down memory lane with a look at a key figure in Derby's past - Samuel Culbertson and his former Kentucky home; a visit to William S. Culbertson's home - Samuel Culbertson's father - in Southern Indiana; an interview with former jockey and Derby commentator Donna Barton Brothers; and meet Clare Jett, owner of Jett Stream Productions, an official licensee of Kentucky Derby artwork. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:39 | #517 | TV-G
Meet Amazing Race couple Kent and Vyxsin and see how they have turned reality success into a new life; meet Ben Evans, founder of YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip), an eco-expedition travelling through the U.S. to uncover ideas about environmental sustainability; a look back at the life of Cardinal Joseph Ritter; Art Williams, retired director of Louisvlle Air Pollution Control District, talks about environmental issues; and meet metal artist Richard Kolb. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:47 | #516 | TV-G
Visit Madpixel, owned and operated by Ronald Jasin, offering creativity and custom design services for over 18 years; the unique flavors of tempting chocolates and desserts at Coco's Chocolate Cafe keep Louisvillians coming back for more; a portrait of Hattie Bishop Speed - art collector, musician, and philanthropist; an interview with Jack Trawick, executive director of the Center for Neighborhoods; and the idea behind the locally-produced L is for Louisville! A Children's Abecedary & Art Book. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:35 | #515 | TV-G
Sculptor Jonathan Matthews talks about his work with DC Direct, sculpting Batman and Superman action figures and other pieces; Matt Jaime's Bourbon Barrel Foods is attracting nationwide attention from media like Esquire magazine and retailers including Williams-Sonoma; a look back at the legacy of Macauley's Theater; an interview with the new Mayor of Louisville, Greg Fischer; and a visit to the studio of artist Jeaneen Barnhart. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:21 | #514 | TV-G
Meet Louisvillian Dan Gediman of "This I Believe," a radio series that began 50 years ago as a counterpoint to McCarthyism; author Estill Curtis Pennington discusses his book Lessons in Likeness: Portrait Painters in Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley, 1802-1920 at the Filson Historical Society; a look at Louisville Colonels baseball; an interview with Cathe Dykstra, president and CEO of Family Scholar House; and celebrate 20 years with Margaret's Consignment & Collectibles. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:25 | #513 | TV-G
At home with former WAVE-TV anchor Jackie Hays, a Best of Louisville award-winner 17 times; a profile on the League of Women Voters; a look back at the Iroquois Amphitheater, a WPA project built during the Great Depression; an interview with Marta Maria Miranda, new president and CEO of The Center for Women and Families, an organization that helps victims of intimate partner abuse or sexual violence; and Iraqi visual artist Vian Sora. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:45 | #512 | TV-G
Father Clyde Crews new book, Crossings, explores little known historical accounts from the 40 blocks surrounding the area designated "Thomas Merton Square"; a look at Louisvillian Harvey Fuqua, an African-American rhythm and blues singer; Paul Paletti discusses why photography holds such a strong fascination for him and how he chooses the exquisite works to feature in his gallery; a conversation with Raoul Cunningham, president of the Louisville chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); and check out the new location for Sister Bean's Coffee House. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:53 | #511 | TV-G
A behind-the-curtain look at the Actors Theatre of Louisville's nearly 40-year-old apprentice program; Lisa Pisterman, author of Louisville's Germantown and Schnitzelburg, discusses the two historic neighborhoods; the history of Freedom Hall; an interview with sports writer and author Billy Reed; and Oscar's Hardware has been supplying home improvement items to Louisville residents for 60 years, current owner Paul Fussenegger discusses this special milestone. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:13 | #510 | TV-G
Meet local celebrity Coyote Calhoun, who has been introducing new music to River City radio listeners for nearly 40 years; visit Liberty Tattoo & Art Parlor, owned and operated by local artists Suzanne Edds and Gary Bell; a look at photographer Kate Matthews, who depicted tableaux vivants and scenes of everyday life at the turn of the 20th century in her community of Pewee Valley, Ky.; an interview with J. Blaine Hudson, dean of Uof L's College of Arts and Sciences and professor of Pan-African Studies; and The Falls of the Ohio State Park features a beautiful interpretive center overlooking the fossil beds. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:53 | #509 | TV-G
Maria Moore, current owner of the Dundee Candy Shop located in the Highlands neighborhood, discusses her tantalizing creations and the continued success of her business; visit three-time "Best of Louisville" award-winning business Nitty Gritty, an exceptional vintage store; a look back at several Louisville department stores; Mark Parrish, a licensed marriage and family therapist and one of the founders of the InnerView, PLLC, talks about what couples can do to rekindle their marriage; and Moss Hill, a family operated business making soaps, lotions, and candles. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:02 | #508 | TV-G
Visit Solid Light, a Louisville business that creates and installs exhibitions in area attractions as diverse as Historic Locust Grove and the Bourbon Heritage Center; the family-owned Alpine Ice Arena has been enthralling ice lovers for 50 years; Louisville's GE Appliance Park celebrates 60 years; an interview with Sharon Darling, president and founder of the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL); and Bud Webster, owner of L&N Trains & Things, shares his passion for model trains. A 2011 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:50 | #507 | TV-G
Meet Rev. Al Shands, who not only serves as a priest in the Episcopal church but has worked as a television producer, philanthropist, and advocate; see the work of artist and sculptor Guy Tedesco; the history of Louisvillian Abraham Flexner who prepared a report on medical education in North America that ultimately led to safer medical practices; Barry Oxley, Scout executive/CEO for the Lincoln Heritage Council of the Boy Scouts of America discusses scouting; and the 25th anniversary of the Kentucky Derby Museum. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:35 | #506 | TV-G
For almost 30 years David Inman has been the go-to guy for TV trivia, hear about his new book Louisville Television that features pictures from dozens of locally produced shows; a few trivia tidbits about Louisville; visit The Brennan House, a three story Victorian mansion in Old Louisville, built in 1868, that is filled with an entirely original family collection; Mary Moseley, president and CEO of The Al J. Schneider Company, discusses KaLightoscope and The Galt House Hotel; and Olde Master Originals creates wooden crafts that are works of art. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
25:45 | #505 | TV-G
Visit some retired racehorses at Old Friends in Georgetown, Ky.; a longtime Louisville landmark, Locust Grove recently underwent its own extreme home makeover, under the watchful eye of historians and experts; the centennial of the first airplane flight in Louisville in 1910 and in 1920, Louisville's first airport was established at Bowman Field on Taylorsville Rd.; Bonnie Pendergrass talks about Bardstown Road Aglow celebration during the holiday season; and visit Kathy Weisbach's radio station, Crescent Hill Radio, giving airtime to local music. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:13 | #504 | TV-G
Meet award-winning photographer Bill Luster, he joined th staff of the Courier-Journal in 1969 and has has five times been named Kentucky's news photographer of the year; River City Canoe & Kayak is a full paddle sports store where certified instructors with the American Canoe Association can give you expert help; The Parklands of Floyds Fork is named after Colonel John Floyd — a contemporary and companion of George Rogers Clark and Daniel Boone; Phil Hysell, president of the Louisville Genealogical Society, will discuss the 25th anniversary and share tips for tracing your family roots; and visit Zappos in Shepherdsville, Ky., where millions of shoes are shipped to customers and employees work under the unique Zappos work ethic. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:40 | #503 | TV-G
Meet Louisvillian and civil rights pioneer Georgia Davis Powers, the first woman and first African American elected to the Kentucky State Senate; visit The Comfy Cow where owners Tim and Roy Koons-McGee specialize in handmade ice cream and desserts; the history of cola wars and presidential politics; an interview with Kevin O'Brien, executive director of the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft; and watch new hope take flight at Raptor Rehabilitation of Kentucky. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:49 | #502 | TV-G
Louisville native and filmmaker Peter Byck with his latest effort Carbon Nation, takes audiences around the world to offer concrete solutions to global warming; a visit to Louisville's historic tuberculosis sanatorium, Waverly Hills, who many believe is haunted; examine the myths and facts of tuberculosis and learn about a historic but unconventional local treatment for the disease; Richard Lew Harris talks about Old Louisville's reputation as one of the nation's largest Victorian neighborhoods and the rumor that it is haunted; and visit The Trail Store for your outdoor adventures. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:50 | #501 | TV-G
They've been on the cover of Rolling Stone, played on Saturday Night Live, and opened for Bob Dylan - this fall, Louisville band My Morning Jacket becomes the first local group to play in concert at the new KFC Yum! Center arena in downtown Louisville; opening for My Morning Jacket will be the Louisville Youth Orchestra, get a look at this local institution with Music Director Jason Seber; the Louisville Water Company turns 150; an interview with Lisa Gunterman, program director with Brightside, an organization that has been keeping Louisville clean and green for 25 years; and a healthy visit to Stone Soup Community Kitchen. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
25:52 | #426 | TV-G
Former local radio host Liz Curtis Higgs talks about her success as an author and public speaker, including her "Bad Girls of the Bible" book series; chef Timothy Tucker and the Salvation Army's Culinary Training Program is getting national recognition; a spotlight of Louisville Memorial Auditorium; and Louisville's oldest garden center and landscape company since 1899 - Boone Gardiner Garden Center. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:42 | #425 | TV-G
Louisville filmmaker Owsley Brown III talks about his documentary Music Makes A City: A Louisville Orchestra Story; artist Anne Peabody returns home to Louisville from New York City to mount a multi-media art installation entitled Wheel of Fortune; the history of the Galt House; an interview with Elizabeth Kaznak, director of Kentucky Refugee Ministries; and why the Glass Art Society, an international organization, chose Louisville for its 2010 conference. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:40 | #424 | TV-G
Wagner's Pharmacy has been a Louisville tradition since 1922, it started out as a low-key meeting spot for coffee and conversation among horsemen and racing writers at Churchill Downs; a visit to Objects of Desire Gallery to try on unique hats; a profile of musician and educator Harry Pickens from a program on KET's Kentucky Muse series; the 115th anniversary of Louisville's most iconic image - the Twin Spires at Churchill Downs; and an interview with Julie Koenig-Loignon, vice president of brand development and marketing at Churchill Downs, about a first-time Derby event called HullabaLou. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:30 | #423 | TV-G
Inspired by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and those area residents who first aimed Louisville toward becoming a "City of Parks," Dan Jones talks about his 21st Century Parks organization; a visit to Naturally Horton's, an eco-friendly home and garden center; a profile of Take A Hike, Louisville!, a recent publication by Lucynda Koesters; a look back at Louisville's historic and colorful Haymarket, which closed in 1962; and green businesses Ourstar and Earthwell Energy Management. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:56 | #422 | TV-G
Meet five-time Eclipse Award-winner John Asher, vice president of racing communications for Churchill Downs, a Leitchfield, Ky. native, and without a doubt equine obsessed; a look at the old Kentucky Theater building on Fourth Street has been transformed into a multi-purpose facility, Theater Square Marketplace; a visit with chef Edward Lee of Old Louisville's 610 Magnolia restaurant; and a profile of Louisville power couple, Alvin T. and Sallie A. Hert. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:30 | #421 | TV-G
Calling itself Louisville's hottest society paper, The Voice-Tribune has a rich history of serving the community; The Cabbage Patch Settlement House, Inc., an organization that helps empower children and families, celebrates 100 years; meet John Taylor Jr. who runs a summer camp for African American youth to teach them about Buffalo Soldiers, the U.S. Army regiments formed in 1866; and an interview with Leslie Broecker, 2010 chair of the Kentucky Derby Festival. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:12 | #420 | TV-G
She's been dubbed the Kentucky countess -Â born Mona Strader in Louisville in 1897, the socialite Mona Bismarck married five times and was noted as the most fashionable woman of her era; enjoy the sweet treats of the Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen; a visit to Gallery House Bed and Breakfast; and the 10-year anniversary of Louisville Slugger Field. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:52 | #419 | TV-G
Comedian Tom Mabe talks about his status as one of the most downloaded people on the web, his success as a prankster; and running a career in the national spotlight while still maintaining a family and home in Louisville; built in 1796, the Bashford Manor Bed and Breakfast was an old horse farm and is now a National Historic Landmark; a visit to the Louisville Beer Store; the 30th anniversary of the University of Louisville Cardinals 1980 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship; and an interview with life coach Jennifer Blair. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:16 | #418 | TV-G
Meet Wes Cowan, star of Antiques Roadshow and History Detectives, who has his own auction business in Cincinnati; a visit to Crazy Daisy Antique Mall; Simmons College of Kentucky, the Commonwealth's first African American-controlled higher education institute; a representative from the YMCA discusses the organization's Black Achievers Program; and the oldest and largest Irish group in America - the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and its Louisville chapter. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:32 | #417 | TV-G
Sullivan University has an internationally-recognized culinary arts program that sent 22 students to the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing to provide meals for the U.S. Olympic team; meet Kelly K, the popular morning radio host and TV talent; a profile of the Binghams and their lasting legacies in the 'Ville; Courier-Journal reporter Chris Kenning discusses his recent trip to Haiti and was part of EDGE Outreach; and learn about EDGE Outreach efforts to help the earthquake victims in Haiti. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
25:43 | #416 | TV-G
Chef Nancy discusses her new cookbook for kids; meet model JoAnne Wolf, one of the Kentucky Lottery's long time talents; visit Crane House, an important association of Asian culture in Louisville; an interview with Bryan Warren, exexcutive director of Crane House; and visit the Blue Dog Bakery & Café, which set a new standard for quality bread in Louisville with its $50,000 Spanish wood-fired oven. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:00 | #415 | TV-G
Meet singer/songwriter Brigid Kaelin, who has appreared on A Prairie Home Companion show when it originated from Louisville and performed with Elvis Costello; Preston Arts Center, Inc. sells art supplies and offers a variety of classes by independent instructors; a profile of one of Louisville's most prolific African American leaders, Lyman Johnson, who helped desegregate the University of Kentucky (1949) and Louisville and Jefferson County Public Schools (1972-75); an interview with professor, author, and columnist Ricky L. Jones; and the history of Louisville restaurants La Bodega and De La Torres. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:03 | #414 | TV-G
Started as an alternative to a career in rock and roll — ear X-tacy, John Timmons' record store "baby," celebrates its 25th anniversary; meet Ray Harm, one of Kentucky's most famous wildlife artists; the history of William Marshall and Nora Iasigi Bullitt and their ancestral home, which is currently under the care of the Filson Society; and Jefferson County Public School's Performing Arts Program. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:55 | #413 | TV-G
Louisville's great American rock and roll band, The Monarchs, celebrate their 50th Anniversary; model, television host, and reality star Julie Smith, shares how it felt to be one of the Southern Belles, a Louisville-based reality show airing on SoapNet; some of the River City's famous and infamous reality TV stars and the latest on their lives beyond the tube; an interview with Lynnie Meyer, RN MSN, chief development officer at Norton Healthcare; and for over 35 years The Doo-Wop Shop has been renting music equipment to people of all ages. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:21 | #412 | TV-G
Author Alanna Nash, a Louisvillian who got her start at The Courier-Journal, discusses her life, her numerous books, and her fascination with Elvis Presley; pro wrestler Lisa Marie Varon, known to her fans as "Victoria", prepares for life after wrestling by focusing on her custom car shop in Louisville; the evolution of the Jewish Community Center and the surprising things it has pioneered; an interview with Barbara Day, nurse, nutritionist and publisher of Kentuckiana Healthy Woman Magazine; and although the school has been closed for 35 years, the Flaget High School Alumni Association is still going strong. A 2010 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:55 | #411 | TV-G
He listed his own height as 6 ft., 21 in., a look at Louisville's giant Jim Porter, and future plans to honor him at the newly-renovated Portland Museum; UofL geology professor Keith Mountain, a climatologist specializing in glaciology, talks about his work with glaciers throughout the world and the impact humans may be having on climate change; the 50th anniversary of rise and fall of the Ford Edsel, which was manufactured in Louisville; an interview with Paula Campbell of Louisville's Junior League; and the Louisville Bach Society, headed by Melvin Dickinson and headquartered in his home, celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2009. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:43 | #410 | TV-G
Go behind-the-scenes as The Louisville Ballet unveils new sets, scenic elements, and choreography for The Brown-Forman Nutcracker; meet Versailles artist Alexa King, sculptor of the legendary horse, Barbaro, at Churchill Downs; a look at the Grawemeyer Awards and the man whose name and charity lives on through them; an interview with Allan Dittmer, executive director of the Grawemeyer Awards at the University of Louisville; and take a peek inside the legendary Comedy Caravan and its owner, Tom Sobel, who has kept the laughs coming for 22 years. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:55 | #409 | TV-G
With over 4,000 pieces of statuary and concrete ornaments on site, including a large gift shop, The Concrete Lady is not to be missed; two-time Outstanding Teacher in History in Kentucky, Ken Dennis is using a personal connection to the Titanic story to help interest his students in history of the era; a look back at The Columbia Building, demolished in December 1966, was once the tallest building in Louisville; an interview with Steve Wilson, founder of 21c Museum Hotel, selected as the best hotel in the U.S. and sixth worldwide by Conde Nast Traveler; and Hawks View Gallery & Café, its gallery is one of the county's top tourist attractions. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:27 | #408 | TV-G
Courier-Journal photographer Pam Spaulding shares photos and stories from her book An American Family, Three Decades with the McGarveys; a behind-the-scenes look at incredible costumes of the Actors Theatre of Louisville; Wilson Wyatt, former Louisville mayor and Kentucky lieutenant governor who played major roles in national politics; the new voice of Churchill Downs, track announcer Mark Johnson; and U of L medical researcher Dr. Manuel Casanova thinks he has uncovered a common link between dyslexia, autism, and ADHD. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:00 | #407 | TV-G
Rob Auerbach, founder of Rainbow Blossom Natural Food Market, and his daughter Summer discuss the recent opening of their Highlands store which was designed to earn LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green certification; a visit to Foxhollow Farm Center, where compassionate and earth-friendly farming are practiced; the great Johnny Unitas; an interview with Stewart Lussky, interim executive director of the Festival of Faiths; and Over the Rainbow Farm owner Cindy Feathers and her miniature animals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:19 | #406 | TV-G
With the release of the updated musical, Fame, a look at in Louisville's "Fame" school — the Youth Performing Arts School; the unique and adventurous dining experience of Bon Vivant Savant; a profile of Paul Rusch, a Louisville native who found his life's work in the Far East and became a national hero to the Japanese; an interview with Joe Reagan of Greater Louisville Inc.; and a visit to Merridian, an importer of goods who believes in being "green" and supporting local communities. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:20 | #405 | TV-G
The soon to be 8-year-old Powell quintuplets play, while viewers learn from their parents the joy and challenges of raising multiple children; the 85th anniversary of Mike Linnig's restaurant; locally known as the Second Street Bridge, the Clark Memorial Bridge (originally called the Municipal) is currently the only regional Ohio River bridge that is open to pedestrians and cyclists; an interview with Keith Age, founder and president of the Louisville Ghost Hunters Society; and art cars at The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:36 | #404 | TV-G
Adventurer and educator Tori Murden McClure shares details of her Louisville life, including why her new book, A Pearl in the Storm, focuses on her first unsuccessful attempt to row across the Atlantic; a visit to the Abbey of Gethsemani; a brief history of the Southern Seminary, the first seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention; John Gordon, chief meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Louisville, discusses the odd weather Louisville has received over the past 12 months; and the tasty and natural goat cheese of Capriole. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:10 | #403 | TV-G
Native Louisvillian, author, and Tony-Award nominated producer Rachel Helson discusses what has driven her to succeed at 20 years of age; a visit to The Event Company, a local company producing national events; honoring Lou Tate (nationally-acclaimed textile weaver) and the Hill Sisters (of "Happy Birthday to You" fame) near the Little Loomhouse; an interview with Marlene Gordon, executive director of Louisville's Coalition for the Homeless; and a visit to Just Creations, a unique store that assists low-income craftspeople around the world by selling their products. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:12 | #402 | TV-G
Former writer for The Courier-Journal and author Susan Reigler discusses her books The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks and The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book; meet artist, jewelry designer, and Coty-Award winner Clifton Nicholson; a little history on Louisville's White City Amusement Park (1907-1912); an interview with Mike Heitz, director of Louisville Metro Parks; and the Alley Cat Advocates, a non-profit organization that works to control Louisville's feral cat colonies. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:40 | #401 | TV-G
A look back at the life of Kentucky native and legendary film director D.W. Griffith and his controversial 1915 film Birth of A Nation; a visit to Smith-Berry Winery in Henry County; a brief look at Kentucky's five properties that fall under the National Parks Service - Mammoth Cave is featured in the new Ken Burns documentary, The National Parks: America's Best Idea;an interview with Dr. Joseph McGowan, president of Bellarmine University; and a visit to Carmichael's Bookstore. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:21 | #326 | TV-G
Celebrate Father's Day with a look at some well-known local dads; go to the Highland Renaissance Festival in Eminence, Ky.; an interview with Paddy DeGeorge, exhibit and special event coordinator at the Frazier International History Museum about the upcoming historical exhibit on Fountaine Ferry Park, Louisville's famed amusement park; and remembering Phyllis Knight, a fixture on local television for more than five decades and strong supporter of WHAS Crusade for Children. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:39 | #325 | TV-G
Tour the new luxurious tourist retreat in Versailles, CastlePost; a profile of the Filson Historical Society, Kentucky's oldest, privately supported historical society, named for Kentucky's first historian, John Filson; catch-up with former Courier-Journal movie critic Roger Fristoe; an interview with Bradley L. Broecker, CEO for the Louisville Orchestra, discusses the upcoming season and a recent award; and Louisville's majestic movie houses. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:44 | #324 | TV-G
A look at Olmsted Park Conservancy, their mission, and how they are dealing with recent storm damage; learn about Life Saving Station #10's remarkable role in river rescue; the Louisville Astronomical Society; an interview with Greg Roberts, president and CEO of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville; and Louisville's roadway namesakes. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:04 | #323 | TV-G
A visit to the Kentucky Derby Museum's fashion exhibit; Brown Forman has opened up its Bluegrass Cooperage for tours coordinated through Mint Julep Tours, which offers several outings of local interest;Â the sweet success of Kern's Kitchen and DERBY-PIEÂ®, a product so successful that the name was registered with the U.S. Patent Office and the Commonwealth of Kentucky; an interview with legendary jockey Patricia Cooksey; and a profile of former Churchill Downs president Colonel Matt Winn. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:20 | #322 | TV-G
Meet Louisvillians Lisa Henderson and Sandra Masters, co-founders of B's Purses, custom-made clutches that are sold nationally through "purse parties"; EDGE Outreach, a Christian ministry organization that works with individuals and organizations by providing a variety of water solutions, vision clinics, and local humanitarian efforts; a picturesque look at The Great Balloon Race, a Kentucky Derby Festival tradition; and a look at the Louisville branch of the Salvation Army that celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2008. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:24 | #321 | TV-G
The fascinating history of the French Lick Resort and Casino; a visit to Sandy's Pet Shop, family owned and operated since 1980; an interview with John Walczak, executive director of the Louisville Zoo, about the zoo's 40th anniversary; a profile of jazz great and Louisville-born Lionel Hampton; and green businesses Ourstar and Earthwell Energy Management. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:02 | #320 | TV-G
Actor/comedian/musician and Kentucky native Hal Sparks talks about his return to the bluegrass; meet sculptor/blacksmith Craig Kaviar, owner of Kaviar Forge & Gallery; a look at Wakefield Scearce Galleries at historic Science Hill; an interview with John E. Kleber, emeritus professor of history at Morehead State University and editor of The Kentucky Encyclopedia and The Encyclopedia of Louisville; and Louisville's links to Thomas Jefferson. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:19 | #319 | TV-G
Louisville native and NYC Ballet principal dancer Wendy Whelan returns to the Louisville Ballet for a world premiere of Rite of Spring; Louisville Visual Art Association marks its 100th anniversary; the music group Muckrackers with their music video "Lights of Louisville"; an interview with David Karem,Â executive director of the Waterfront Development Corporation; and a profile of Charles Farnsley, former Louisville mayor and U.S. Congressman who championed the arts. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:16 | #318 | TV-G
Meet glass artist and Centre College professor Stephen Rolfe Powell, featured in KET's Kentucky Muse episode "Fire and Motion"; visit the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, a nonprofit organization founded in 1981 to promote and support art and craft excellence in Kentucky; the distinctive Kaden Tower; a look at editorial cartoonist Hugh Haynie's work; and an interview with Gary P. West, a Bowling Green resident and author of Eating Your Way Across Kentucky, Shopping Your Way Across Kentucky, and others. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:48 | #317 | TV-G
Meet Pat Gallagher, the first artist in residence under a new program launched at The Muhammad Ali Center called Dreammakers; a visit to Louisville Cheer and Dance; Elizabeth's Timeless Attire specializes in vintage clothing; a profile of civil rights crusader Anne Braden; and an interview with Dr. Bernardo J. Carducci, Director of the Shyness Institute at Indiana University Southeast. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:57 | #316 | TV-G
Meet the fashionable and honorable Angela McCormick Bisig, a Jefferson District Court judge; Galssworks' community programs; go to some of the specialty bakeries in Louisville; the 125th anniversary of the Kentucky Humane Society and its future projects; and an interview with Dr. Jerry Tolson, associate professor of music and jazz studies and coordinator for the University of Louisville Jazz Fest. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:09 | #315 | TV-G
Heather French Henry talks about her new line of pageant attire, veterans affairs, and her family; visit Lotsa Pasta, a one-of-a-kind local business; meet artist and musician Rodney Hatfield, a Pike County native who has made a living as a painter under the name "Art Snake"; explore some local Lincoln sites as the nation celebrates his 200th birthday; and an interview with Bryan Bush, author of Lincoln and the Speeds. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:48 | #314 | TV-G
Why Louisville's water was voted #1 by the American Water Works Association; a visit to Louisville Stoneware, a local institution; take a ride on The Belle of Louisville and learn the fascinating history of this important river boat; an interview with Tom FitzGerald, founder and director of the Kentucky Resources Council and recent recipient of the Heinz Award in the Environment for his advocacy as a "watchdog of the environment" in Kentucky; and architect Arthur Loomis. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:24 | #313 | TV-G
A look at unique locally produced magazines that cater to different segments of Louisvillians; meet Chef Mary Wheatly who offers cooking instruction to adults, children with a service called "Cook With Mary"; visit the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, a historical, educational, and patriotic organization; an interview with Anne Jewell, executive director of the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory; and the Speed Art Museum. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:12 | #312 | TV-G
Meet Courier-Journal writers Byron and Eric Crawford - you may remember Byron who hosted KET's Kentucky Life; visit Pyro Gallery, an artist run co-op; dine at Corbett's, built in the Von Allmen mansion, which once housed Kentucky's first working dairy farm; an interview with Joanna Haas, executive director of the Louisville Science Center; and opera icon Moritz von Bomhard has a theatre named after him at the Kentucky Center. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:30 | #311 | TV-G
A profile of WHAS media personality Terry Meiners; catch up on happenings at the Louisville Skating Academy; a visit to Better Days Records store in West Louisville and a conversation with owner Ben Jones; a look back at Louisville native and famous movie actress Irene Dunne; and meet Kenny Boyd, founder of Youth Alive!, a nonprofit youth organization designed to help young inner-city Louisvillians succeed in life. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:06 | #310 | TV-G
The histories of the Brown and Seelbach hotels; meet the Tuesday Knitters from Jeffersonville who send their work to Knit for Kids where it is distributed to disadvantaged children in the U.S. and overseas; the dining experience of Holly Hill Inn in Midway, Ky.; the history of Whitehall, one of Louisville's most famous historic homes; and an interview with Jennifer Rubenstein, interim membership manager of the Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA). A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:00 | #309 | TV-G
A visit to local resale stores where consumers can go green while saving some green; painter and urban pioneer Billy Hertz's new large gallery/art studio/home near Shelby Park; an interview with Helen Starr, associate artistic director with The Louisville Ballet; and a look back at writer Thomas Merton, the nationally known Trappist monk at Our Lady of Gethsemani Abbey in Kentucky. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:40 | #308 | TV-G
A field trip by members of the Southern Foodways Alliance, who designated Louisville a "must stop"; the Weber Group, a Kentucky company that helps enhance the guest experience at theme parks, hotels, and even miniature golf courses across the country; the Olmsted and Masonic Home; an interview with Charles "Chuck" Matthews, National Big Brother of the Year in 2007; and Elvis Presley's Louisville connection. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:26 | #307 | TV-G
Actor William Mapother, Tom Cruise's cousin, who is spending time in Louisville as the star of an Actors Theatre production and is involved in a local development project; ATL prop masters Mark Wilson and Doc Manning; women athletes at U of L help kids with Fit-4 Me program; an interview with Sheldon Berman, superintendent of Jefferson County Schools; and a brief history of Bowman Field. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:46 | #306 | TV-G
Film producer and entrepreneur Gill Holland, whose interests range from art galleries to building renovation; StudioWorks at the Zoom Group, an art program for individuals with developmental disabilities; the history of Louisville Free Public Libraries; an Chris Poynter, deputy director of communications for Mayor Jerry Abramson, discusses the downtown First Friday Trolley Hop; and Camp Zachary Taylor, once the largest artillery camp in the U.S. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:30 | #305 | TV-G
Weird Kentucky, a travel guide to local legends and best-kept secrets by Jeffrey Scott Holland; an unusual leather goods store on Bardstown Road; Louise Cecil, owner of Louise Cecil Costume Sales and Rentals; The Leatherhead, a leather goods store; an interview with Sandy Bowen, executive director of Safe Place; and a profile of Actors Theatre of Louisville, one of the city's long-standing arts institutions. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:20 | #304 | TV-G
A magicians' convention, plus a conversation with magician and Louisville native Mac King; the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center; the family-owned Burger's Market; an interview with Chief Robert White of the Louisville Police Department; and a profile of philanthropist James Graham Brown, builder of the Brown Hotel. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:42 | #303 | TV-G
Our Day, a home movie made by Wallace Kelly of Lebanon in 1938 that has been added to the National Film Registry; meet Roberto De Leon and Ross Primmer of De Leon and Primmer Architecture Workshop; Bernheim Aboretum and Research Forest; some inventive Louisville architects; an interview with Linda K. Miller, executive director of Dare To Care; and the history of the Peterson-Dumesnil House. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:42 | #302 | TV-G
Southern Indiana's Huber Orchard and Winery, run by the same family for seven generations; new dining hot spots at Westport Village; nationally renowned garden designer Jon Carloftis; an interview with Karen Morrison, president and CEO of Gilda's Club Louisville, a support organization for cancer patients; and the history of the Scribner House, the oldest surviving building in New Albany. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:06 | #301 | TV-G
The Kentucky Show, a high-definition multimedia experience that captures Kentucky's people, culture, history, music, and spirit; award-winning graphic designer Julius Friedman; WHY Louisville, a store that offers locally themed items; a one-minute recap of KET's 40-year history; and an interview with Stephen Klein, president of the Kentucky Center. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:35 | #226 | TV-G
Memories of Fontaine Ferry Park; a view inside the annual WHAS Crusade for Children with some veteran crusaders; a history of the Louisville Fire Department, the third oldest fully paid fire department in the country; architect and historian Steve Wiser, author of Louisville 2035; and the Ursuline Sisters' 150th anniversary in Louisville. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
25:54 | #225 | TV-G
Courier-Journal writer and author Bob Hill's Hidden Hill Nursery and Sculpture Garden; a peek at the zany world of mascots; Crosley Radio, which wraps state-of-the-art electronics in vintage-looking shells; an interview with Jackie Gulbe, assistant director of community relations with Metro Animal Services; and the work of Golden Retriever Rescue and Adoption of Needy Dogs (GRRAND). A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:48 | #224 | TV-G
Louisville's Urban Bourbon Trail and visits to some bourbon distilleries in the region; the Luci Center, a 26-acre farm in Shelbyville that provides therapeutic horseback rides and hippotherapy for individuals with disabilities; a behind-the-scenes look at a float being built for the Kentucky Derby Festival Pegasus Parade; and Derby collectibles. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
30:00 | #291 | TV-G
More behind-the-scenes conversations from the 2007 Antiques Roadshow visit to Louisville; a road trip to Glendale in search of antiques; the Embroiderers' Guild of America; an interview with John Hassman, owner of A Taste of Kentucky; and Joe Ley Antiques, an 1890 schoolhouse filled with unique pieces. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:51 | #223 | TV-G
More behind-the-scenes conversations from the 2007 Antiques Roadshow visit to Louisville; a road trip to Glendale in search of antiques; the Embroiderers' Guild of America; an interview with John Hassman, owner of A Taste of Kentucky; and Joe Ley Antiques, an 1890 schoolhouse filled with unique pieces. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
29:30 | #290 | TV-G
A behind-the-scenes look at Antiques Roadshow's 2007 visit to Louisville includes scenes from a VIP party and conversations with host Mark L. Walberg; executive producer Marsha Bemko; and appraiser Wes Cowan, who was born in Louisville. Also, the Louisville Antique Mall; three eclectic collectors; David Friedlander, owner of Friedlander Antiques and the unique Children's Planet; and the Brennan House, one of Louisville's many Victorian mansions. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:48 | #222 | TV-G
A behind-the-scenes look at Antiques Roadshow's 2007 visit to Louisville includes scenes from a VIP party and conversations with host Mark L. Walberg; executive producer Marsha Bemko; and appraiser Wes Cowan, who was born in Louisville. Also, the Louisville Antique Mall; three eclectic collectors; David Friedlander, owner of Friedlander Antiques and the unique Children's Planet; and the Brennan House, one of Louisville's many Victorian mansions. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:46 | #221 | TV-G
The Derby City Roller Girls; Louisville Originals, an organization that helps promote independent restaurants; the 50th anniversary of the Fillies Ball; an interview with Michael E. Berry, president and CEO of the Kentucky Derby Festival; and Schimpff's Confectionery in Jeffersonville, IN. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:52 | #220 | TV-G
A visit to ZFX, which combines aerial choreography and state-of-the-art flying equipment to create special effects; a look back at the April 1974 tornado outbreak; a profile of poet and artist Harlan Hubbard; an interview with Linda Harris, CEO of the Belle of Louisville; and a remembrance of artist Enid Yandell, a pioneering female sculptor of the 1890s and early 1900s. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:13 | #219 | TV-G
Teacher Fred Whitaker's Holocaust education program at St. Francis of Assisi School, for which he won the 2006 Outstanding Educator Award from the Anne Frank Center; the Squallis Puppeteers, who make their own puppets, write their own plays, and orchestrate them with original music; the University of Louisville planetarium; Whitney Vogel, director of development for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Kentucky-Southeast Indiana Chapter; and Annie Fellows Johnston's "Little Colonel" novels set amid the aristocracy of old Kentucky. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:11 | #218 | TV-G
Conservation efforts and an elephant birthday party at the Louisville Zoo; Rebecca Ruth candy; Nanz and Kraft Florists, founded in 1850; an interview with Linda Bryant Valentine, executive director of the General Assembly Council of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.); and Dr. Harvey A. Wiley, a chemist who became the father of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:00 | #217 | TV-G
Behind the scenes at the Kentucky Author Forum with famed journalist Tom Brokaw; an excerpt from KET's Kentucky Muse series featuring Louisville author Kirby Gann; the history of the Archdiocese of Louisville; Kentucky Crafted: The Market, an annual showcase of Kentucky-made art, crafts, and food; and an interview with Denise Troutman, president of the Center for Women and Families. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:43 | #216 | TV-G
The regional chapter of the Jane Austen Society, formed at Locust Grove; the Cressman Center Visual Arts Gallery at the University of Louisville's Hite Art Institute; the Carnegie Center for Art & History in New Albany and its Underground Railroad exhibit; civil rights leader Whitney Young Jr.; and an interview with international storyteller and artist Nana Yaa Asantewaa, director of the Arts Council of Louisville. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:37 | #215 | TV-G
Sculptor Ed Hamilton at work on his statue of Abraham Lincoln, commissioned for Waterfront Park in conjunction with the Lincoln bicentennial; chef Joe Castro and his unique job at General Electric; the Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia in Elizabethtown; an interview with Donovan Reynolds, president and CEO of the Public Radio Partnership; and the Louisville Palace. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:21 | #214 | TV-G
The Louisville Leopard Percussionists, made up of students between the ages of 7 and 12; WNAS radio in New Albany, the nation's oldest high school radio station; Pro-Liquitech, which creates beverage, food, and nutritional supplements; paper doll quilts by Rebekka Seigel on display at the Frazier International History Museum; and an interview with writer and culture maven c d kaplan. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:14 | #213 | TV-G
Norton Commons, a Prospect neighborhood being built from scratch using New Urbanist principles; behind the scenes at UPS; the Thomas Edison House; an interview with Madeline Abramson, who is "married" to the mayor's Healthy Hometown initiative; and the 150th anniversary of the American Printing House for the Blind. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:43 | #212 | TV-G
Elviswear at B&K Enterprises Costume Company in Southern Indiana; the 50th anniversary of the Howard Steamboat Museum; excerpts from a new KET documentary profiling artist and teacher Mary Ann Currier; Louisville's greatest champ, Muhammad Ali; and an interview with Terry Blackwell, CEO of Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana. A 2008 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:40 | #211 | TV-G
Christmas memorabilia collectors Tim and Elizabeth Young; author and restaurateur Vince Staten with a new edition of his popular book Real Barbeque; Henry's Ark, an eclectic zoo/farm in Prospect where the animals roam free; an interview with Roland R. Blahnik, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Kentucky; and legendary actor Victor Mature, who was born and raised in Louisville. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:45 | #210 | TV-G
A Greater Louisville Inc. expedition to Ireland to witness Dublin's success and how it parallels Louisville's own resurgence; the Asiatique and August Moon restaurants; the Americana Community Center, where Louisville meets the world; Claudia Peralta-Mudd, international program specialist with the Metro Office for International Affairs; and a memorial to the 32nd Indiana Regiment, the oldest Civil War monument in the country. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:48 | #209 | TV-G
A behind-the-scenes look at the Louisville Eccentric Observer, a free weekly magazine, and a profile of photographer Keith Auerbach, whose humorous and quirky photographs are often featured there; the Little Loomhouse, which carries on the folk art tradition of weaving and other textile arts; an interview with Bennie Ivory, executive editor and vice president for news at the Courier-Journal and recipient of a national award for diversity leadership; and Louisville native Louis Brandeis, the first Jewish justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:58 | #208 | TV-G
Architect Michael Graves, Humana founder David Jones, and Mayor Jerry Abramson comment on the 25th anniversary of the Humana Building, and Executive Director Eileen Blanton talks about the work of the Peace Education Program. Also, the history of the Henry Clay building, artist Julie May, and a profile of Louisville founder George Rogers Clark. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:33 | #207 | TV-G
Terry Boyd, a reporter for Louisville's Business First who was sent on assignment to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo by Stars and Stripes; a look back at the work of architect Stratton Hammon with author Winfrey Blackburn; veteran WLKY newscaster and anchorwoman Liz Everman; and a salute to Mary Anderson, a late-19th-century actress who grew up in Louisville. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:20 | #206 | TV-G
Dining in Louisville; Cousin Willie's Popcorn; the Food Literacy Project at Oxmoor Farm, which operates educational programs about organic and local agriculture; Sarah Fritschner, who served as food editor for the Courier-Journal for 22 years; and a look at local foods, including the hot Brown. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:36 | #205 | TV-G
Filmmaker Tod Browning, the Louisville native who directed the 1931 classic Dracula; Cave Hill Cemetery; the DuPont Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Old Louisville; an interview with David Dominé, author of the local bestseller Ghosts of Old Louisville; and the history of the now-vanished Corn Island, site of George Rogers Clark's original 1778 encampment. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:48 | #204 | TV-G
Interviews with Louisville-area World War II veterans, including former Indiana Gov. Edgar Whitcomb; war-era photos and documents at the University of Louisville archives; the Patton Museum at Fort Knox; a project to create an online collection of WWII letters from soldiers at the Clark County, IN libraries; and the Kentucky Medal of Honor Memorial, the first of its kind in the U.S. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:49 | #203 | TV-G
Artist Bill Green and his Lebowski Fest posters; the history of the Vernon Lanes bowling alley; dancer, actress, singer, and trumpeter Angela Bartley; Charles Venable, the new director of the Speed Art Museum; and a look back at astronomer Edwin Powell Hubble's time as a basketball coach in New Albany. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:30 | #202 | TV-G
Breast cancer survivors; a tour of neighborhood farmers' markets; the Louisville Rowing Club; a salute to Louisville's Sister Cities; and an interview with Tori Murden McClure, the first woman to row across the Atlantic. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:34 | #201 | TV-G
A profile of Owsley Brown II, outgoing chairman of the board at Brown-Forman; YouthBuild Louisville, where low-income young people get help rebuilding their communities and their lives; the Governor's School for the Arts; an interview with Kevin D. Kouba of the Old Louisville Chamber about the St. James Court Art Show; and a look back at the Southern Exposition of 1883. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:33 | #126 | TV-G
Efforts to make Louisville more bike-friendly; a profile of Miss Wheelchair Kentucky; a tour of Yew Dell Gardens; an interview with Heather Weston Bell, executive director of the Governor's School for the Arts; and a preview of the 47th season of the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:52 | #125 | TV-G
The restoration of the West Baden Springs Hotel dome in Southern Indiana; the WHAS Crusade for Children telethon; historic Locust Grove; an interview with Omar Ayash, director of the Metro government's Office for International Affairs; and Raptor Rehab, where wild birds are treated for injured wings, beaks, and talons. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:50 | #124 | TV-G
Radio journalist and Louisville native Bob Edwards discusses childhood memories and life on satellite radio. Historian and archaeologist Karolyn Smardz Frost tells the story of a Louisville couple who escaped from slavery via the Underground Railroad in 1831. And John Asher, vice president of communications at Churchill Downs, talks about the history and tradition of the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby. Also, the Frazier International History Museum and a look at early black jockeys in Kentucky. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:52 | #123 | TV-G
A look at efforts to brand and market Louisville worldwide; the Young Chefs Academy, where kids learn the importance and value of cooking; the history of Science Hill; an interview with entrepreneur and former pro athlete Charlie W. Johnson; and a tour of the McAlpine Locks and Dam system. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:46 | #122 | TV-G
Jeneen Wiche, second generation garden columnist and radio show host; Louisville sustainability; Beverly Bartlett, Courier Journal columnist and author of Princess Izzy and the E Street Shuffle and Cover Girl Confidential; an interview with Ted Pullen, director of Public Works and Assets; and Falls of the Ohio, the 386-million-year-old fossile beds are among the largest naturally exposed Devonian fossil beds in the world. A KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:47 | #121 | TV-G
Tracing genealogy; Brightside's efforts to keep Louisville clean and environmentally aware; the Apple Patch community for mild to moderate mentally challenged adults; an interview with U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth (D-3rd); and the splendor of the Cathedral of the Assumption, built in 1852. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:46 | #120 | TV-G
Louisville magazine photographer John Nation; canine day care at Barkstown; the family-owned Muth's Candy Store; an interview with Hannelore Goldberg of Junior Achievement Kentuckiana; and Jefferson Memorial Forest, a 6,000-acre natural wonder just 15 miles from downtown Louisville. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:45 | #119 | TV-G
An interview with rock singer/songwriter John Mellencamp; a tribute to the late folk artist Marvin Finn and his Flock of Finns sculpture project; a visit to Geek Squad headquarters; an interview with Diane McGraw, executive director of the Greater Louisville Sports Commission; and updates on what's new at the Louisville Zoo. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:52 | #118 | TV-G
Legendary University of Louisville basketball coach Denny Crum; the Kentucky Derby Festival Spelling Bee; Dress for Success, which helps disadvantaged women boost their chances for success in the workplace by outfitting them with professional attire; Benjamin K. Richmond, president and CEO of the Louisville Urban League; and baseball Hall of Famer Pee Wee Reese. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:14 | #117 | TV-G
A salute to Hollywood with a look at Indiana ties to the movie industry; Dr. David West Reynolds, an archaeologist who became a scout for filmmaker George Lucas; and profiles of D.W. Griffith and Tod Browning, Kentucky filmmakers who made history in black and white. Also, a visit to the Louisville Fencing Club and an interview with Jennifer Bielstein, the new managing director of Actors Theatre of Louisville. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:24 | #116 | TV-G
Businesses that encourage volunteering in Louisville; dinner theater at the Derby Dinner Playhouse; the Dinner Works event, where art and tableware meet; an interview with C'lest Lanier, president of the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage; and the YMCA Black Achievers program. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:43 | #115 | TV-G
Efforts to save and renovate the U.S. Marine Hospital, one of the country's most endangered historic landmarks; how "adaptive reuse" is saving other old buildings; a Chinese New Year celebration at the Crane House; an interview with James Ramsey, president of the University of Louisville; and the Thomas Edison House. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:21 | #114 | TV-G
David Inman of the Courier-Journal, better known as "the Incredible Inman" for his knowledge of TV trivia; Farmington, a former plantation worked by enslaved African Americans that also hosted Abraham Lincoln; Louisville variations on the "School of Rock"; an interview with Rev. Dr. Kevin W. Cosby, shepherd to one of the largest flocks of Christian believers in Louisville; and cartoonist Fontaine Fox. A 2007 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:49 | #113 | TV-G
Louisville surgeons Joseph Kutz and Harold Kleinert, who helped perform the first hand transplant surgery in the U.S.; artistic downtown bike racks; two new books featuring photos of Louisville, past and present; an interview with Debbie Scoppechio, chairwoman and CEO of Creative Alliance Inc.; and Bluegrass Cooperage's part in the making of Kentucky bourbon. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:37 | #112 | TV-G
The restoration of the animated Barney Bright clock; a look at 21st-century Girl Scouting in Louisville; a visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum; an interview with Stacey Yates, vice president of marketing communications with the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau; and the 70th anniversary of the 1937 Ohio River flood. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:53 | #111 | TV-G
A holiday trip down memory lane spotlights a bustling Fourth Street shopping district and Clifton as seen through the eyes of an early 20th-century Christmas card artist. Also, neighborhood programs that help people manage chronic disease; the interactive Art Sparks children's gallery at the Speed Art Museum; an interview with Dr. Adewale Troutman, director of the Louisville Metro Health Department; and a look at the birth of the "Happy Birthday" song, composed by the Hill Sisters of Louisville. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:58 | #110 | TV-G
Chanukah celebrations in Louisville's Jewish community; the American Printing House for the Blind, the world's largest company devoted solely to products for the visually impaired; WHAS radio personality Joe Elliott; Kizito Cookies; Cissy Musselman, founder of Women 4 Women; and a profile of Colonel Sanders and Duncan Hines. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
29:00 | #109 | TV-G
The 60th-anniversary celebration for Stage One, Louisville's professional theater for young audiences; the Waldorf School; an interview with President Jay Davidson about the Healing Place's work with the homeless and the addicted; and a visit to Jazz and the Spoken Word at the Jazz Factory. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:00 | #108 | TV-G
The Keep Louisville Weird campaign, which aims to support unique homegrown businesses in the face of ever-expanding national franchises; media personality Susan Sweeney Crum; Metro Government's Neighborhoods Department; and cast-iron buildings downtown. A KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:06 | #107 | TV-G
Actor Denny Miller, who played Tarzan in the movies; the University of Louisville library's mammoth collection of Tarzan and Edgar Rice Burroughs memorabilia; an interview with Mayor Jerry Abramson; an Indian bead artist; and Kentucky's growing fish products industry. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:20 | #106 | TV-G
The 100th anniversary of the Kentucky Nurses Association, designer Paul Owen of Actors Theatre, the Portland Museum and the neighborhood's importance to Louisville history, an interview with community leader Christopher 2X, and a look at President Zachary Taylor's connections to Louisville. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
28:24 | #105 | TV-G
A visit to the Muhammad Ali Center, including an interview with Ali photographer and friend Howard Bingham; the Festival of Faiths celebrating the religious heritage of the Louisville region; ledgendary jockey Pat Day; a Lewis and Clark homecoming commemoration; and noted Louisville historian Tom Owen. A 2006 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
26:14 | #104 | TV-G
Interviews with new Louisvillians about why they relocated and how they like the Derby City; the Halloween costumes and other novelties of Caufield's; the Louisville Science Center; and Taffy Tolu, a confection introduced by Louisville pharmacist John Colgan in the 1870s that was the first flavored chewing gum. A KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:22 | #103 | TV-G
The 21c Museum Hotel, dedicated to Southern-style luxuries and contemporary art; a second visit with the "Lost Boys" who escaped the horrors of war in the Sudan; the 2006 National Jug Band Jubilee; and the Western Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library, the first full-service public library in the U.S. to be run by and for African Americans. A KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:17 | #102 | TV-G
Young men who escaped the horrors of war in the Sudan and the people who are helping them start a new life in Louisville; an interview with Milton Metz, one of Louisville's most famous broadcasters; a preview of the 2006 Idea Festival; and the legendary steamboat Belle of Louisville. A KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:13 | #101 | TV-G
Louisville native Jonathan Wolff, the composer behind unforgettable TV tunes like the themes to Seinfeld and Will & Grace; a tour of the Louisville Underground; the 50th anniversary of the St. James Court Art Show and a visit with watercolorist Barbara Medford; an interview with David Jones about the city parks project; and a little-known fact about the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum. A KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft.
27:25 | #100 | TV-G
A preview of KET's new series about the events, people, and culture of Louisville, featuring samples from stories to be featured in upcoming programs. A 2006 KET production.