A pre­view of new con­tent com­ing your way on WCN&V this week…

On Monday, as on all Mondays, we have a new piece by Erin Skinner Smith that I know you’ll love called “Life is lumpy,” about lessons learned from a cranky pas­sen­ger on a long plane ride. And Chuck Witt offers up an opin­ion piece on pol­i­tics in Kentucky. 

Tuesday brings anoth­er install­ment in the lat­est Michael Tate saga, “The D.C. Reunion.” And Pete Koutoulas offers his thoughts on the start of what will be a momen­tous year in his career.

Harry Enoch has an inter­est­ing piece drop­ping on Wednesday about the Whiskey Rebellion in Kentucky. 

On Thursday, Ron Kibbey offers up anoth­er edi­tion of “Reel Classics,” in which he reviews the clas­sic Western, High Noon.

Friday is the day for Jeff’s Playlist, and this week Jeff spins up a real­ly good one, Leon Russell and the Shelter People. Be sure to read and lis­ten. And we will drop the sec­ond install­ment of the week of “The D.C. Reunion.”

We expect to have our usu­al fea­ture from Lauren Mink Frazer on Thursday or Friday, “This Weekend in #Funchester,” to keep you up to date on all the fun things hap­pen­ing local­ly this weekend. 

That’s what we have lined up so far. You nev­er know when we may sneak anoth­er piece or two in, so stay tuned. 

  • Pete Koutoulas

    Pete is an IT pro­fes­sion­al work­ing in Lexington. Formerly of Campton, he and his wife have lived in Winchester since 2015. Pete is a for­mer week­ly news­pa­per pub­lish­er and for­mer colum­nist for the Winchester Sun. These days, when not work­ing he can often be found on his back porch read­ing or writ­ing, in the back­yard tend­ing to his toma­to plants, or put­ter­ing around in his garage or work­shop. Reach Pete at pete@wincitynews.org.