‘Kentucky Life’ highlights River City Tin Type, Kentucky Women Veterans Honor Flight, Henderson Border, and the Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum
For Release: 03/13/23 10:04 AM
On this episode of Kentucky Life, host Chip Polston talks with Louisville photographer Rudy Salgado who creates tintype photos with techniques and equipment from the 19th century; celebrates the Kentucky women veterans who traveled this summer to Washington, D.C. for Honor Flight Kentucky; learns about the small part of Kentucky “north” of the Ohio River; and explores the Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum in Marion, which features thousands of colorful fluorite mineral specimens.
KET Saturday, March 25 • 8/7 pm
KET2 Monday, March 27 • 7/6 pm
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