Curious Louisville listeners wanted to know what’s on Shippingport Island, which you can see from I-64 and Portland. The answer — not too much.
Early last month, Curious Louisville asked listeners to vote on which question we should answer next. We now have a winner.
We’ve been collecting questions over the past year and now we want to know which one you’d like us to answer next.
A listener asked Curious Louisville “What’s it like in the tiny house on top of the 14th Street Drawbridge?” Turns out a lot of people ask the president of the railroad this, too.
Over the last couple years, you’ve asked us nearly a dozen questions about recycling. And finally, we have some answers.
You barely notice them until they’re not working. That’s a nuisance in general, but especially annoying — and potentially dangerous — in bad weather.
About 100,000 people have been given the title “Kentucky Colonel.” But how did they get it? We sent our resident Kentucky Colonel, Rick Howlett, to find the answer.
This year, the Forecastle Festival organizers say they are expecting record-breaking attendance. And where you can really tell is when you’re trying to find a parking spot.
A Curious Louisville listener wrote in with this question: “At one time there was a stage for local artist performances only. When did that stop and why?”
Russ from Louisville wanted to know, “How has the Forecastle Foundation made a difference on our local ecology?”
“In it he names a lot of Louisville landmarks of which I know all, except for one that he mentioned which was ‘Carpet Alley, where Clifford Hayes and his jug band plays.'”
Is there a doctor on-call in case one of the artists gets sick? How long does it take to decorate Party Cove? How many corn dogs do they sell? You ask, we answer!
You sent us more than 50 question in 24 hours, and we realized we’d need to dedicate some extra airtime to answer them all.
This Friday at 1 p.m. on WFPL, we’ll have some answers to what you asked about the JCPS audit.
Ryan Fenwick is an attorney in Louisville, who grew up in Western Kentucky. He’s a Democrat running for mayor.