Curious Louisville is living at the Kentucky State Fair for a week! Ask us your questions!
Louisville is home to the Kentucky School for the Blind and the American Printing House for the Blind. How did they end up where they are?
Why is Kentucky a Commonwealth, but Indiana is a state? What’s the difference? It’s all about history.
In this edition of Curious Louisville, Kathy Werthen asked: Why does it stay light later in the evening in Louisville than it does in Boston or Florida?
The questions are in — now, it’s time for you to vote!
Sometimes a question is so great that we’ve already thought of it ourselves, and answered it!
We turned the tables in our Curious Louisville series and asked you a question: What songs belong on the ultimate Kentucky Derby playlist?
Listener Jenny Pfanenstiel submitted her question, “Why are hats so popular to wear to the Kentucky Derby?” to Curious Louisville, and we found the answer.
We’re crowdsourcing the perfect Kentucky Derby playlist, and we need your help!
Our story starts with a conference at the White House after World War II, in an atmosphere of uncertainty, and ends in a dainty coffee cup in Portland.
The threat of severe weather last night had lots of us keeping an eye on the sky — including WFPL listener Eric Cooke, in Underwood, Indiana. What he saw prompted him to call us.
We interviewed residents, academics and city officials to try and get an idea of what areas of the city see the most city investment.
Several listeners asked, as part of our Curious Louisville series, what happened to streetcars in the past, and could they have a future here?
Some call it the greatest rivalry in college basketball, and both programs have a lot to boast about.
The game is Wednesday. So on Tuesday, we’ll tackle this question on air. Here’s a little preview.