Debra Hensley’s Social Stimulus is about providing connectivity amid peers, among generations and between the varied dynamic groups that make up our community. Listen in as we explore the personal stories of inspiring community members who are making our community stronger. Then see it first hand at our informative gatherings, free and open to the public, where you’ll enjoy local food and dynamic local environments while learning about a shared local initiative. Join us as we celebrate our community and continue on a journey to a more engaged, vital and compelling place to live.
Pipeline explosions like the recent one in Adair County--and the one in Montgomery County in 2011--can be prevented. The Pipeline Transportation Safety Act is in the best interest of public safety. Listen as Kentucky native CD Collins recounts the horror of witnessing a pipeline explosion first hand and the devastating effects it has had on her life for the past 50 plus years.
Visit our Good Lives, Good Lives Podcasts to learn more about the everyday people doing extraordinary things.
On March 27th at 7:30 pm at Memorial Hall, listen to Ellen Goodman, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist lecture: “Inequality: Working Moms, Designated Daughters, and the Risks of Caregiving.
On the following day, Friday March 28th, attend an action packed Conference with nationally recognized speakers:
Prof. Ron Eller, UK: Inequality in Appalachia (with attention to racial issues). Prof. Bruce Laurie, UMass Emeritus, The Decline of Unions and the Rise of Inequality; Prof. David Courtwright, University of North Florida: The Culture War and the Rise of Inequality; Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research: Inequality, Causes, Consequences.
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We need your help to save this one-of-a-kind cinema, an iconic presence on Main Street Lexington for over 90 years!
visit the Friends of the Kentucky Theater