Author: WNKY Staff
As the holiday season approaches, Throwback Thursday is putting a new spin on it. Sixty-seven years ago the world’s first Holiday Inn opened in Memphis, Tennessee. Bowling Green has been home to several versions of one of the world’s most famous hotel chains since the 1960s. Mr. Kemmons Wilson was the mastermind behind the Holiday Inn hotel brand. With five…
What happens when a selfish man decides to abandon the woman who gave him everything? In this dramatic new adaptation of Euripides’ classic play, the sorceress Medea plots horrific vengeance against her faithless husband Jason. But how much will she have to sacrifice in order to bring him down? To buy tickets, click here.
In this week’s edition of Sunrise Sports, WNKY’s Morgan Reagle takes a look at this week’s top local sports headlines, including sports on the Hill and a Hot Rod alum being honored as a finalist for a big award.
Some students and professors at Bates College in Maine are working on something they hope could help scientists find cures for diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s in the future.
Mckinze Willard joins us to discuss the success of this year’s Light Up the Night event, which was held October 24 at The Charleston in Bowling Green. Light Up the Night is an annual event hosted by Hospice of Southern Kentucky to raise funding for end of life care.
“The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS” Kicks Off the Network’s Holiday Programming Schedule Thursday, Nov. 28 “Frosty the Snowman” Marks Its Milestone 50th Anniversary Friday, Nov. 29 Holiday Favorite “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Returns Monday, Dec. 2 “The 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors” Celebrates R&B Collective Earth, Wind & Fire, Actress Sally Field, Singer Linda Ronstadt, Children’s Television Program “Sesame…
Today we honor U.S. Army Veteran Brian McPherson, who talks about his deployment overseas.
Strawberry Fields honors the 5,000 year old Yogic discipline that goes beyond Asana, the physical practice. Susan Tutino joined the show for Workout Wednesday to demonstrate. To learn more, visit their website here.