A radio station at a mental institution provides the setting for “Takin’ Over the Asylum,” which Alley Theater will present starting tonight.
Maybe you will be surprised who is at the top of their list...
Cool free event alert: Tickets for the one-act comedic play are free (but must be reserved). You'll want to be a part of this theater/radio/podcast production.
Lite 106. 9 got some mixed reactions when they changed their programming to strictly Christmas music.
From the Internet to the radio dial, ARTxFM and Crescent Hill Radio have made it to the big leagues.
Kathy Weisbach tells us her story on how she started the Crescent Hill Radio: Keeping Louisville Weird by exposing the plethora of local music to the community.
It might seem out of the ordinary for Sports Legends of the Ville to highlight a radio show; and it is. But, for good reason, as one will have to see upon listening to the incredibly entertaining Joe B. and Denny Show.
Have you seen the billboards that say "My boss is jerk" or "I hate my boss"? Wondered what they were about?
WFPK moves around a few of their radio programs.
Paul Rogers has been the voice of the University of Louisville Cardinals for years now, but more than that he's been the voice of local athletics for even longer- as such, this Sports legends segment takes a look at Roger's sports impact on the Derby City.
What the HELL is on my Radio - This is ONLY A TEST!
Louisville's top-rated classic rock station for over 10 years is taking the next step in its on-going evolution.
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