‘Kentucky Life’ explores Hillbilly Days festival in Pikeville; using repurposed materials in clothing fashion design; Kentucky’s ‘Stonehenge’ and an over-buried Louisville cemetery
For Release: 01/23/23 9:16 AM
On this episode of Kentucky Life, host Chip Polston visits the Hillybilly Days Festival in Pikeville; meets a Lexington fashion designer whose students use repurposed clothing in their work; beholds Kentucky’s version of Stonehenge in Munfordville; and explores the most over-buried cemetery in the United States, found in Louisville, where 138,000 bodies lay in ground suitable for about 16,000 bodies.
KET Saturday, Feb. 4 • 8/7 pm
KET2 Monday, Feb. 6 • 7/6 pm
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