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A Musical Mosaic
Latin singer Asly Toro says you’ll find “a little bit of everything” on Kentucky’s music scene, but at the end of the day the result is the same. She believes all music has something to say, it makes you feel, it connects you. Hear Asly’s story as she shares some of her favorite places in the Bluegrass State.
Crafted With Color
Especially known for his brightly colored “Kentucky Crafted” art, emerging artist Sebastian Duverge gains his inspiration by often walking Louisville’s Cherokee Park and through local green spaces. His use of bold, vibrant colors and joyful elements of nature can be seen throughout his collection of paintings, paper weavings and watercolor mosaics.
A Musical Atlas
Feel the beat of Lexington’s bilingual folk opera group, CornBread & Tortillas. See how their cross-cultural collective of Appalachian, Andean and Latino artists incorporates instrumentals and traditional dance to share each member’s global heritage to the Kentucky community through the power of song and storytelling.
At The Finish Line
From the military to selling shoes, Will Rivera retired from the Army to Elizabethtown, KY, to establish a new career and pave a new path. Now the proud owner of Running Soles, the veteran and ultra-marathon runner helps customers find their best running shoes for life’s many pursuits — especially trail running through Kentucky’s Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest.
Behind the Gait: Episode 101
Commonwealth Polo Club
One of the Bluegrass region's newest polo clubs is operated by Jorge Vasquez and Juan Valerdi. While Vasquez has played polo all over the world, but he swears nothing can beat a Kentucky sunset. His passion for the sport is contagious, and he strives to create new fans.