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.