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Lexington is updating its five-year comprehensive plan. Mandated by state [...]
We welcome our new co-host, Jessica Mohler, and talk with Musical Director of the Louisville Orchestra, Teddy Abrams, about his good, egalitarian work revitalizing the Orchestra as well as his "Teddy Abrams & Friends" performance happening Friday night at The 2017 Forecastle Festival.
I'm Sebastian Hernandez and I produce the show Ciencia Sin [...]
Join us on the Hemp Happy Hour every Tuesday at 4:00 PM on WLXU. [...]
We are excited to announce that Lexington Community Radio has received a [...]
From May 21st - August 12th, when you shop at Lucky's [...]
As summer's heat notches up, your own Lexington Community Radio [...]
Eastern Kentucky University's Director of Applachian Studies, Dr. Alice Jones, has spent the past year researching sisters Lucy and Annette Braun, pioneers of conservation and they literally wrote the book on Appalachian forests (Deciduous Forests of Eastern North America). Dr. Jones wrote a one-woman play based on their lives called “Sisters of the Mother Forest.”
Dr. Patrick Angel, Senior Forester in the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement and Michael French, Director of Operations at Green Forests Work stop by Bluegrass Bios to talk about the joint efforts of Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative & Green Forests Work to plant native hardwood trees on compacted coal mine sites and provide local jobs to equipment operators, nursery workers, and tree planters in Eastern Kentucky and beyond.
Bluegrass Bios 070717 BONUS!!! – Dawn Stice (State Farm) & Brian Landis (Frederick Douglass High Football)
State Farm agent Dawn Stice & Brian Landis, head coach of Lexington's brand new Frederick Douglass High School football team, stop by to talk about teen driving safety and the important role that high school sports plays in establishing discipline and motivation with teens.