Ben Wolff & Chuck Clenney chat with long-time Lexington radio personality, Jack Pattie, about being on the air since 1975, Lexington radio history, his popular morning drive-time show on WVLK-AM 590, and the importance of local radio DJs making local programming!
Jessica Faye Mohler & Chuck Clenney talk with Lexington musician, Reva Russell English, about her music, her bands: The Reva Dawn Salon, Small Batch, & Italian Beaches, and her work with the Take Back Cheapside movement here in Lexington, including their upcoming event, Lex Tell Our Story: A Celebration of African American History in Lexington at 21C.
Arte & Aparte airs on Mondays from 6 to 7 PM. The hosts, Soreyda Begley and Mercedes Harn contribute with their experience in the arts, and offer knowledge to the audience about different artistic environments in Lexington. They also interview people from different countries and talk about their skills in order to promote their talents and motivate the audience. Furthermore, Arte & Aparte […]
Join Mack McCormick and Chris McCurry every Saturday on WLXU 93.9 FM from 3 PM to 4 PM for Bluegrass Bookend, a show dedicated to the reading and writing of books with a focus on Lexington, the state of Kentucky, and beyond. Mack and Chris interview authors and other members of the literary community, and sometimes have fun segments […]
Sheila Kalas received her master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of Kentucky, began training in 1989 and launched her business, Fitness Plus, in 1995. Sheila’s been watching trends, the aging population in particular, and is focused on raising the bar on her profession.
Brigitte Blom Ramsey, Executive Director of The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, talks with Chuck Clenney about the state of education in Kentucky and what Kentucky’s recent embrace of charter schools means for students and schools in the Commonwealth.
Recently elected Lexington-Fayette County Board of Health chair, Kacy Allen-Bryant, stopped by Bluegrass Bios to talk about her teaching and community work with University of Kentucky College of Nursing, her work to start Lexington’s Needle Exchange Program, and her 17 years in the public health field!
Lexington musical maestro, Scott Whiddon, came in to talk about his new album In Close Quarters with the Enemy, his album release show, and how Lexington has no shortage of prolific people with advice and recommendations.
Jessica Faye Mohler and Chuck Clenney chat with visual artist, Affrilachian poet, and celestial mermaid, Bianca Lynne Spriggs, about her films, her writing, and her visual work as well as her creative writing work with incarcerated women via Swallowtail Project and the brilliance of hybridity.