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.
Solid Light of Louisville designs and installs exhibitions for area tourist attractions, such as Historic Locust Grove and the Bourbon Heritage Center.
We visit with a collectibles sculptor, an equine artist, and Louisville mayor Greg Fischer. We also take a trip to Bourbon Barrel Foods.
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.
Author and Tony-nominated producer Rachel Helson; The Event Company, a local company producing national events; Lou Tate (nationally-acclaimed textile weaver) and the Hill Sisters (of 'Happy Birthday to You' fame); Marlene Gordon, dir. of Louisville's Coalition for the Homeless; and Just Creations, a store that assists low-income craftspeople around the world by selling their products.
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.
Remember Milton Metz and Omelet, T-Bar-V Ranch time, and Diane Sawyer as the local weather forecaster? Take a trip down memory lane with an expert on Louisville television history.
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.
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.
Wood artisan Jason Cohen talks about his bourbon barrel furniture; The Root Cellar is a local food store located in Old Louisville and Germantown; architect Charles Cash, a member of the American Institute of Architects, discusses KET's Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville project; & Icelandic horses are being introduced into Ky by Gudmar Petursson, a breeder with farms in Iceland and Oldham Co.
Since 1993, Supplies Over Seas has shipped medical surplus to meet critical healthcare needs in developing countries; 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.
Meet John Gage, founder and host of the Kentucky Homefront radio program, a radio variety show recorded before a studio audience. Plus, we take a ride on the Spirit of Jefferson and speak with Will Russell, co-founder of the Lebowski Fest.
Ian Timothy began making his award-winning clay animation videos at age 13. We see how he does it and view some of his work. Plus, we hear the inspiring story of a new 75-year-old college graduate and get advice for allergy season from a local doctor.
Millions of shoes are processed at the Zappos facility in Shepherdsville, Ky. We also visit a canoe and kayak store, learn about genealogy, and meet Courier-Journal photographer Bill Luster.
The Louisville Film Society's annual Flyover Film Festival; meet Steve Lewis, the creator of 'Chickens in the Hood'; 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.
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